Sad news loyal reader, “I, Mummy” is going on a 2 month vacation. Making this comic takes a lot of time and effort and I really need the break.
Don’t worry, the story will continue June 5th.
Have fun, do something silly, something smart, something risky and go ahead. TRY the gas station sushi. 😉
Woah, WOAH! Baby steps.
I’ll start with the grocery store sushi and work up a tolerance. If I’m not back in 2 months send help.
😀 YOU BET! I’ll still work on the comic, but at a much reduced pace. And perhaps make some non-comic art.
Thank you. I will. 😀
No problem, we’ll be here when you get back. And the wait is always worth it.
Also, I like how the werewolf is pulling that cute “begging” pose. Still trying to pull the doggy charm even after the jig’s up.
He may have blown his cover, but he’s still got a few tricks up his furry sleeve.
Sleeve? What sleeve? OMG, put some clothes on ya nudist! 😉
Thanks for the warning, too, one of these days I’ll remember to read the comments on webcomics!
Thank you for reading!
ahhh it figures! I find this comic and read it in 2 nights and then I catch up and you’re leaving for 2 months!! lol my luck.
Oh by the way love the story! and the artwork is awesome. It has improved so much from the beginning, or did you change your style? I have read a lot of webcomics where they start out kinda rough in the art then it gets so good later on it’s amazing. I love to see an artist grow and improve right before my eyes like that. ( I’m also an artist but don’t draw much anymore, now I pretty much sculpt full time, but I do miss drawing and painting).
So you’re in Oregon? I’m up north of you about 60 miles north of seattle. I have been to crater lake a few times though and drove by it many times. what a neat idea to make it into a city around it! cool! Anyways just wanted to say thank you for sharing this with us for free and Ill be reading along when your back have a fun time!
Aw, I’m sorry you found it during a break. But, I’m REALLY glad you found it and like it. Crater Lake will become more important later in this story. 😉
Over the years I think the two biggest style shifts were adding shadows/highlights and then going 100% digital. The first 2 volumes were inked on paper and then scanned and colored digitally. The current volume is fully cyber-art!
This comic started out as a way to regain lost drawing skills. Boy, does it work! Sadly, it doesn’t leave a lot of time for other hobbies. Thus the short break. Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment, it really means a lot to know people enjoy this.
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