Jute, pt 6


Thank you for visiting. I’m really sorry for the huge gap between Jute episodes. I’m very excited to get this adventure story rolling, but they’re still going to take a back seat to other side projects. Begininning in August, I’ll have a series of announcements that will hopefully include the premiere of .45 Ways to Die, a webcomic collaboration with writer David Emerson.
Thanks again for stopping in, and I hope you enjoy this installment of Jute. It’s a little tricky to convey events without words or sound, so hopefully you’re all getting the idea that the small bird from before is following Jute and her kidnapper.

,
Noah

p.s. If you’re new to drawn by mouse and like what you see, be sure to sign up for the Facebook page to receive notifications for my sporadic updates.

p.p.s. I have to warn you, the iGoogle tab for drawn by mouse (linked in the right sidebar) is still a work in progress. I’m getting closer to getting a working model, but for now it will only show my beautiful face.

p.p.p.s. The first announcement is in. The Press A video is finally getting its debut at Rebecca Mayes’s site with an additional game review written by me. Yay!

p.p.p.p.s. Zach Weiner makes the greatest comics on the web, but apparently that wasn’t good enough. Now he makes the funniest live action sketches online too…

Startled


Pardon my hiatus. I have two really big side projects I’m working on right now, and progress with Jute is taking a bigger hit than I’d anticipated. It won’t be much longer though. I know it’s frustrating to come and find the same post over and over, so hopefully this will help break the monotony a bit.
On a better note, I just taught my daughter how to ride her bike yesterday! Maybe not ride exactly, but we got a really good foundation. I’m certain she’ll get it when we go back out this evening.
Thanks for stopping by!

,
Noah

Here’s a long-lost favorite of mine. You ever have those songs pop into your head that you haven’t loved in a long time? Yeah, me too. Enjoy Aukland’s finest, Andy by the Front Lawn