I’ve noticed that women tend to wear a lot of tight clothing. Honestly, I don’t know how they can stand that. Doesn’t that bother you? All tight and clingy, rubbing into you when you move. All I can say is that I’ve never enjoyed wearing anything that tight on me. Maybe it’s different when your clothing is actually cut to your features.
I’m trying out Disqus as the comment system on this site. I’ve been very pleased with it on other sites, so I wanted to try it here.
The biggest drawback I am finding now is that all the old comments I imported in are now “guest comments” and all use the same guest avatar. It looks ugly.
But it turns out there is a solution. If you -yes you the reader- have a Disqus account, go to Disqus.com and edit your account. Go to the “Merging” tab and you will see an option to have all of the guest comments made with your email address be merged with your Disqus account.
I had no idea that option was there.
Fantasy Con makes its debut in Salt Lake City on the Fourth-of-July weekend this year. Now, I gotta take a minute here to explain this to you people, because this is really awesome.
First of all, Fantasy Con isn’t going to be just like another convention. It’s like a cross between a comic-con and a Renaissance Fair. Not only will there be big celebrities, cosplay, and a whole bunch of vendors, but it’s also going to have an indoor archery range, a castle, a huge dragon, a rock golem, a waterfall at the entrance, and a whole lot of art.
But wait, there’s more!
Have you ever heard of Westercon? It’s only the longest-running convention on the west coast. And this year, it’s heading to Salt Lake City, and so CONDuit decided to merge with Westercon this year. And as it just so happens, the scheduling unintentionally put all of these conventions on the same weekend, right across the street from each other! And being gentlemanly about it, they all decided that anyone who buys a ticket for one convention gets into the other, for free.
I’m going to be there, and this is probably the last convention I’m going to have a table at for a long while. But I’m not promoting this just because I’m there, but because this really is an exceptional event. If ever there was a convention worth driving across a few state lines for, this would be it. There will always be a big comic con in Sand Diego, but how often do you get a chance like this?
Oh yeah, and there’s also Nerdtacular going on that weekend too. But its a separate event.
You can find my booth in The Kingdom of Emberfire!
I’ve decided to try out broadcasting a video stream of my work. If you’re interested, you can watch it on Picarto at https://www.picarto.tv/live/channel.php?watch=Marscaleb. Most days if I’m broadcasting it will probably just be me working on other things, but from time to time you might catch me working on the comic. Especially on Tuesday night before a new page is due; I’m likely to be spending the whole day trying to finish the next comic then.
I have also set up a channel on Twitch, and sometimes I broadcast my work there. Or just play games. You can find it through this link: http://www.twitch.tv/marscaleb. If I’m working on my comic though, it’s going to be on Picarto.