Here is a little Christmas card for you, that I hope you enjoy. As you might have guessed from the card, I’m spending Christmas in Thailand this year. . . .
Nathan is in love with his best friend Devon, he just hasn’t told him yet. Together they’ve built a raft, on which they plan to sail to a nearby island. . . .
Phrases like that are commonly heard when discussing gay characters in fiction, but what do they really mean? On the surface they simply mean that the characters gayness is not important to the story, but if you dig a little deeper it has a more subtle and darker undertone. . . .
Open-source software is software where both the source code and the software itself is made available for free. It’s developed by a mix of individuals and companies, and anyone is free to extend, modify and generally improve on it, as long as they make their changes available to others. . . .
My new years celebration isn’t going quite as planned. I was planning to go to a party with my boyfriend, but instead I’m sick at home with a fever, soar throat and chewing penicillin tablets. . . .
Christmas is just two days away, so here is a cute little painting of Santa’s Little Helper I hope you enjoy. . . .
Since around 2005, if I remember correctly, I’ve been working on a comic book called The Raft. You might think that it’s many pages long, since I’ve spent 5 whole years on it, or that I’m painting it in oils or some other time consuming medium, but that’s not actually the case. . . .
I’ve just finished a major overhaul of queertales.com, updating the design for both the blog and the main site. I went with a comic book theme for the design, and am pretty happy with the end result. . . .