This is a new piece of MSTF art I made to display at this year’s cons (I had great fun at MeCAF this past weekend – thanks to everyone who stopped by!).
Here’s a wallpaper version too!
I will be attending the Maine Comics Arts Festival in Portland, ME this weekend May 19. I visited the show last year, but this is the first time I will be exhibiting. It is a great show and the location is beautiful! Please come and enjoy Portland and all the great comics artists that will be there. I am looking forward to meeting some of you in person. (Plus, you know, Jeff Smith will be there. You might want to come for him too.)
The show is 10 AM to 5 PM at the Ocean Gateway. Adult admission is $5, and kids 12 or under are free.
The Kids’ Comics Revolution podcast are holding their own awards at the Kids Read Comics convention in Ann Arbor, Michigan next month (which I will be attending, BTW). I was honored to find out yesterday that My Sister the Freak has been nominated for Favorite Webcomic!
Here’s the info you need to know:
Voting is open to kids only. You can vote online or by mail. You can also pick up a ballot in person at the Toronto Comics Arts Festival or at Kids Read Comics. Winners will be announced June 23 at the KRC convention.
My fellow nominees are all awesome webcomics in their own right, and I’m flattered to be included among them. They are:
Nemu*Nemu by Audra Furuichi and Scott Yoshinaga
Nedroid Picture Diary by Anthony Clarke
Cucumber Quest by Gigi D.G.
Ellie on Planet X by James Anderson (fellow Spacedock 7 crew member!)
Please take a moment to vote if you can and show appreciation to your favorite comics creators, even if you’re not voting for me! Many of these people are some of the hardest working, most dedicated people I know and they deserve the recognition!
See you at Kids Read Comics!
Hey all. As you may have noticed, the comic is updating again finally! Yay!
The end of 2012 and now the beginning of 2013 have been super super busy for me on the freelancing front. The good news is I will have lots to share in the months to come. The bad news is that this comic is often the thing that suffers from my lack of free time. MSTF will now resume on a page per week basis, every Tuesday, until further notice. When I ever get back up to speed on my schedule, I’ll start updating two pages per week again. Thanks again to all of you for sticking with me and reading the comic.
I drew a new comic. It is based on Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. You can read the whole thing here: http://danidraws.com/little-women-christmas
In case you were wondering why MSTF hasn’t updated in awhile, it is mostly because I was drawing this comic instead. Sorry about that. Because of the story, I really wanted to get it done for the Christmas season, and it took over my free time. Rest assured, the comic is not dead. MSTF will resume in the new year. Thanks for your patience and sticking with me.
Happy Holidays everyone!