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Wow, Darcie. These are amazing. It seems like they are the creative after-life of your Road thesis…
Hi, I got your email about adding Later to the PsychedelicTreehouse.com site. It’s all set. You are now in the slot just after the Last Stop Before Hell…
I read your whole archive. I like the foggy “fears” art and the post fall from cliff art. I wish I drew nocturnal forests better and must work on it. It was interesting to see your choices drawing a labrador. After five years, we are still debating how to draw the lab in our strip ScratchinPostComics.com. And I had a lab strip before that!
Anyway, very nice work on the whole. Thanks for checking in.
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Ada Starfield: an online graphic novel about a girl healing herself
an essay on Cormac McCarthy's The Road
later comics is a series of snapshots looking at a post-apocalyptic future
Ada Starfield is a graphic novel about a girl who wants to be a healer but first she must heal herself.
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