Today I posted Page 7 of The Landing Pilot, having inadvertently skipped over Page 6 due to not reading my own notes carefully and forgetting what I'd already drawn. This is a hazard of completing these at such a slow pace, which is frustrating. With luck, when I retire in 30 years I'll be able to work a lot faster. Of course, due to the magic of Squarespace this will be invisible to website visitors as soon as I actually draw Page 6, and will be in the right order in the final print book.
For the first time in a while, and despite starting a new job AND getting married, I was able to keep to my self-imposed deadline of two comics a month.
In order to get the full effect out of Page Four, be sure and read it to yourself in Slim Pickens' voice: "How many times have I told you guys I don't want no horsin' around on the aircraft!"
After over a month of website repairs and finals / job hunting / SFL-TAP, I finished and posted page two of The Landing Pilot. Expect one more page of this in May.
Unlike the blog-formatted Wordpress site, this format doesn't let me put an explanatory blurb next to each newly-posted comic, which is probably just as well as the work should probably speak for itself. Once it's ready for printing, I'll probably write a little caption for each individual story, but that should be about it.
After about six years using the Wordpress / Dreamhost combination, I got fed up with the terrible user interface and dubiously effective security features and switched to Squarespace, which is already a huge improvement. Expect this website to improve massively as I find the time to upload older material and fine-tune the layout and so on.