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7/4/20 - The Comics Return Once Again
As promised, I brought back comics this week. No Fourth of July filler - heaven knows you've had enough fillers from me in the past few months. Besides, the past few weeks have been difficult with my father's passing, and me helping my remaining family at home; my comic is a refreshing break from all that. Working on my comic isn't always easy, but it's something I love to do, and it's a story I love to tell. I hope that you enjoy it, and that it helps you through tough times, too.
I recently announced the 2020 Fan Art Contest Winner in the Generated category. This year's winner is MaroonDrops, who created chibi-style versions of Belt Boy, Cannon, Titanium Maiden, and Enticia. In honor of her winning submission, I've drawn my own version of these four in a chibi style (blending what she submitted with some of my regular style). Excellent work! I also want to give a shout-out to TheSlugCar, whose South Park-ified versions of the C.R.A.S.H. staff were the runner up entry, and who has been one of my most long-standing followers. It's great to see your work again, TSC!
Before that, the Traditional category winner was - for the second non-consecutive time - Ken Bailey! It was a tough competition this year, with pieces from lots of talented webcomic artists (whose work you should totally check out!). Many thanks to all our contestants: Ken Bailey, Anna Frohling, Michael VanSlyke, Ave Messer, Corey Kramer, Shaney, and David Fleming! In addition to winning the Generated contest, MaroonDrops drew an excellent picture based on Enticia's backstory (Which, because she won the Traditional category last year, was not eligible for prizes, as my contest stipulates that you can't win the same category twice in a row. But she knew this and drew it for my birthday anyway!)
Everyone's work will be added to the Fan Art Page, which will be getting a much-needed overhaul very soon (Largely because I initially built the page and my website in Dreamweaver, and I'm now using Microsoft Expression Web 4, which doesn't seem to like some of the formats I originally used). Thanks again, everyone! It's been a tough week with some health concerns in the family, and it's good to have the support of the webcomic community!