Monday, March 17, 2014


I had hoped that studies wouldn't be a problem for me in my comic making. But as it turns out, Animation is a demanding study, and time is really not on my side. I hate to do this, but comics will be on hiatus for a long while. My main blog will still be up and going in Norwegian, posting drawings and sketches of various stuff. If you're really bored, you could mill blog posts through google translate!

Until next time, thanks for reading! Cheers!

Thursday, March 6, 2014

#20 - Run for nothing

Wow, what? I missed an update! Whoops, next one is going to be late as well, I'm sorry!

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

#19 - You're not alone

 It's definitely always like this! And uh, despite going against the general reading direction, at least it's going forward. By the looks of it.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

#16 - What to do

Do you find displaying strips this way more or less appealing? It sort of appeals to me.

I'm getting to the bottom of unpublished and undone short stories. This being #1 of a short something, but we'll see if it gets anywhere.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

#4 - The best idea ever


 I might do something in this direction anyway...

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

#3 - Regine's bakery


I think an unbelievable majority of the human population has managed to do this in some way or another. Nonetheless, not one of my brightest moments...

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

#20 - Booking

It's sad, but also true...

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

#19 - Folk High-school


Happy new year! It's time for brand new comic strips, and I hope to keep it up both with this comic and The Crappies, at the same time as I study Animation. I'm entering a period where the post and strip numbers don't match. It's been bothering me for ages, but hopefully I'll get to fix it in a few weeks!

The strip is based on a true story - no offense against Christians. However, I honestly didn't know the school was a christian one, and it left me with quite a shock. The school was okay though, and not very... pushing with its beliefs, as I had feared. It became a good year!