Return to Form
OK, first thing's first: If you haven't been checking the regular website, The Order of the Stick is back to updating (albeit slowly). I've posted three new comics since the last day of last year, so go read them if you haven't already. This update will still be here when you get back.
- OOTS #864: Bet It Would Get Funded on Kickstarter
- OOTS #865: Getting Defensive
- OOTS #866: Complex Math
But wait, that's not the only old friend that's making a return. Drumroll, please:
Yes, the Workometer is back for this post, largely due to the fact that I have done work. Not as much as I would have liked, but there you have it. The main thing to announce is that I've finished all the no-Patience no-original-art autographed packages. If your ordered one of these, it's in the mail. I've even made some headway into the yes-Patience no-original-art packages, as I said I would last time—bars for them and the Patience art pieces have been added to the bottom of the chart. Most of the rest of the work I've done has been on the conceptual end of things, since I've been devoting what drawing time I can handle to updating the regular comic.
In other news, Morland Miniatures released the second OOTS mini this past week: Belkar Bitterleaf and Mr. Scruffy. (The big single base shown is a custom assembly they did for me; they ship with two individual bases normally for maximum cat exploration potential.)
Oh, and remember that exclusive free shipping code I gave all you wonderful Kickstarter backers last time? Morland Miniatures has generously extended its duration for the entire remainder of my Kickstarter fulfillment. Basically, with that code, you'll get free shipping on any order including an OOTS mini from now until every single segment is lit up on the Workometer. I can only assume that the fine folks at Morland are not truly aware of how abysmally tardy I am with some of this stuff, but their tragic miscalculation is your gain.
I think that's it. We're approaching the one-year anniversary of the start of this Kickstarter drive, and obviously I'm not going to get all the digital bonus material done in time. But everyone should have their physical rewards by now—or know the reason why they don't (their order requires artwork or is a Patience package that I haven't gotten to yet). If you don't have your package and you don't fall into one of those two categories, be sure to check the instructions in Update #50 for what to do. The number of backers contacting us through those channels has slowed to barely a trickle, by the way, giving me hope that we've finally conquered the last few shipping demons that were plaguing us.
Thanks, as always.