I regret to inform you all that my laptop's GPU, after over two years of service and a reflow or two, has finally given up the ghost. While this makes games much more interesting to play, it also unfortunately makes it a little difficult to work on Cute Lawyers.
Of course, this doesn't mean I'm going inactive. I've already secured a replacement laptop, and by any objective standard it's an upgrade. However, I am also out of town and away from my Manga Studio discs, meaning that for the time being I won't be able to use the new laptop to make comics in the same manner as I did this one.
So what am I going to do now? For the time being, I'll probably find a way to continue Cute Lawyers using other tools, such as SAI or Clip Studio. Otherwise, I'll just do some filler art, things of that nature. Either way, your patience is appreciated. Thanks for reading!
The 50th comic is here, the gang is all together at last, and the summer associate arc is now starting in earnest. To celebrate, Wilkie and Claire have slight redesigns!
"She knows she tried to be forgiving, but who can just shrug away a guilty lie, a stab in the back? Such a mistake will change a relationship irreversibly, even if we have learned from the mistake and would never repeat it. The goddess's eyes grew narrower. She became more distant."
As an associate at a corporate law firm, Hayley would later go on to successfully defend Capri Sun from a mass tort lawsuit involving arsenic poisoning.
Once again, a reminder that this comic is not autobiographical...
I don't know what's more unrealistic here, Hayley sleeping outdoors in a New England winter in a hoodie, or Hayley getting a job.
help I can't stop drawing Madoka The Rebellion art
My digital painting is probably better than my penmanship...
This one goes out to my mom, who always said I'd be mistaken for a homeless person if I didn't cut that hair.