Q: How often do you update?
Currently, I update a new page every Wednesday, usually in the morning, US time.
Q: How did you come up with Twokinds?
Twokinds was just one of many spur-of-the-moment comic ideas I had come up with during my early high school years. It's a culmination of years of work and has evolved into what it is today.
Q: Why use animal people?
I wanted to write a story involving issues of race and what it means to be a person. I decided using non-humans would cause a greater contrast for the issues and make things more interesting.
Q: How did you learn to draw?
I began as I think most artists did, teaching myself by studying other cartoons and comics. I used online tutorials and duplicated art from other webcomics to learn what I know now. Much later, I would get formal training in art techniques and principles, which was useful in refining my work.
Q: Do you have any formal education?
I am in the process of acquiring a degree in Animation. Outside of The Arts, I am also working towards a degree in the medical field - specifically, radiation technology.
Q: Have you thought of making a Twokinds video game or cartoon?
Well, of course I've thought about it. But even if such a thing were a possibility, I probably wouldn't use the Twokinds webcomic as a script for it anyway. The comic was never formatted with animation or games in mind. I have other Twokinds-related scripts in the backburners that would be much better-suited for such things, if they were ever feasible. Maybe someday.
Q: Will you draw something for me?
I'm afraid with all the work I have to go through, I don't have time to take requests or art trades.
Q: Can you put my character in your comic?
Q: How do I send you fanart?
You may email me your fanart as a file or link. The fanart section is updated by hand, so it can take quite some time before I get around to putting yours up.
Q: Can you teach me/give me tips/critique my work?
No, sorry. I don't really like giving advice or telling people what to do. It would probably be best for you to do what I did - search for tutorials and tips online. Try Google and DeviantART.
Q: Can I adapt your work?
Yes. You may modify, translate, or redistribute any of my non-commercial work. You may use my characters and settings, or draw inspiration for your own work. For all the details and restrictions, visit my Licensing page.