In honour of Charles. I haven’t been able to see cats in the same way, since.
I read an article on extended cognition and have been delighting in the idea that we could get our consciousness on things or that objects could be thinking but we… Read more Otter-dogs 110: Extended cognition →
As a thought experiment, this idea may be a little done but I still like the idea that we could be in a Groundhog Day situation and not know it… Read more Otter-dogs 108: Another me →
That wasn’t meant to be lascivious. It was just meant to be sweet.
This draws heavily on the spirit of conversations I’ve had with David. Maybe I’m plagiarising my own life here. Edit: Note, the punch line is meant to be optimistic.
I just ate an entire bag of Pineapple Lumps by myself while making this comic. I feel it was a thematic choice.
I’ve still been scanning these in colour so that they retain the same texture as the previous comics but I could scan them in bitmap if I wanted and colour… Read more Otter-dogs 101: Conflict for conflict’s sake →
I left a place. I drew a thing. I wrote a speech. In “How To Tell A True War Story” Tim O’Brien says you can tell a true war story… Read more On leaving →