You have questions? I have answers. Whether or not they are good ones is a different story.

Where are the updates?

I am focusing on day job responsibilities, which must come before all comic work. Since I'm working on a ship now, my schedule is at the hands of my superiors. When I am able to update, I will let you know.

What do you use to draw your comics?

I've recently migrated to using Manga Studio EX to make my pages after years of using Photoshop CS. I love it so far and picked it up fairly easily. The Wacom Intuos is my tablet of choice.

Do you have advice for developing artists?

My advice is the same as many artists before me: Just draw. All the time. Every day. I believe I reached the level I am at by obsessively drawing all the time, filling sketchbooks upon sketchbooks for years and years. Draw both things you like and don't like. Learn how things like bodies and light works. Learn stuff all the time. And when you feel like you can't draw anymore? Draw some more. You may lose anything resembling a healthy social life, but sometimes that's what you have to do to get things done.

Where did you get the inspiration for Kilo Monster?

My love of beastly reptiles? I was influenced by movies like Jurassic Park, Dragonheart, and Godzilla as kid. I sympathized a lot with the creatures, and the beta versions of Kilo Monster were a reflection of that. Toss in a bit of love for professional wrestling, a dash of superheroes like the Hulk and Venom, and a hint of Beauty and the Beast tales, and you something kind of resembling Kilo Monster in the end.

Oh wait! Add a hat and suspenders too for good measure.

What does Kilo Monster's voice sound like?

Like if Michael Clarke Duncan and Ving Rhames had a baby. Deep and rumbly.

Do you do commissions?

Not at present. I have a full-time job that gives me food, housing, and a decent paycheck, so I don't have a need to do them right now. And since I am dedicating my drawing energy toward the comic, I wouldn't want commissions to pull me away from completing that. Sorry!

What do donations go toward?

Web hosting and domain name fees, mostly. Art and printing supplies too sometimes, but since I work digitally, upgrades for my current tools have a hefty price tag.

Is Jaymi supposed to look like a guy?

I'd like you to think about these questions instead. Start off with "Is there REALLY a CERTAIN way a person of a certain gender SHOULD look?" then "WHO is telling me that they should look that way and are they a reliable source?" then "Are traits we attribute to a certain gender really only applicable to that gender with no chance of being possessed by people of another gender?" Once you've given yourself a good think about that, come back to me and then I might answer this question.