The Earth-Pig’s Origin explained Remastered Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan comic for January 5, 2001.
It’s a … whatever! Remastered Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan comic for January 4, 2001.
Thanks to all the people who contributed transcriptions to the Oh No Robot search database for Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan, and apologies for the delays in getting them processed and approved. For some reason, Oh No Robot has stopped sending me notices when a new transcription is added, so I never noticed that these new transcriptions […]
Webcomic Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan: There’s a surprise waiting on the banks of the stream. Remastered Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan comic for January 3, 2001.
Bathtime! Remastered Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan comic for January 2, 2001. I liked how Sauna Opera looked on a tablet in the remastered format, so I’ll be redoing The Faerie and The Earth-Pig from 2001 the same way: all pages in colour at a width of 648 pixels, with large lettering.
Just testing something. This is a work in progress, and I need to see how it looks on the Web after flattening, exporting and going through Tumblr processing, before I do all the stuff that still needs to be done.
The Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan storyline Sauna Opera has been remastered. Read it starting with this episode: Finnish and Clwydian bathing cultures meet. I expected this remaster to be very straightforward: 20 pages that were already in the can from my first attempt at revising it in 2006. All I needed to do was flatten the […]
Finnish and Clwydian bathing cultures meet The Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan storyline “Sauna Opera” from 2001 has been remastered in full. All pages are now 648 pixels wide and in colour. The lettering is HUGE because I didn’t re-letter it, but in another few years it will look small again anyway. … I actually did the […]
…nor are these proper product photos of the Rite of Serfdom book. Instead, these are snapshots of the proof version of what will one day be the Rite of Serfdom book. We are pretty much learning how to do this as we go along, and there are many things that we still need to fix. […]
This is not the Rite of Serfdom book… …but it’s a necessary step towards getting it made: the proof copy that we will use to find and root out all the errors. And boy are there a lot of errors in this 348-page monstrosity!