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Hi, I'm CS Jones, and I do lots of things. But here are the two you're probably here for:

First, I write Webcomicry.



So, here’s what I want to do for you:

I want to publish posts as in-depth as the ones above, but much more often. I want to help make your writing cleaner, stronger, and more original. I want to help you learn to draw perspective, hands, backgrounds, poses, and all those things I wish someone had taught me when I was starting out. I even want to help webcomics become a viable moneymaking medium. A delusional goal, maybe, but if I can help just one person...

I’ve got multiple posts in the making, and two mostly-written ebooks I’m planning to publish soon.

If you’re considering donating, shoot me a question about writing or drawing, and I’ll answer to the best of my ability ASAP.

Secondly, I write and draw Yume-Hime.



When Laurie Connelly was ten and obsessed with anime, she drew herself an alter-ego. She forgot about her as life went on, but seven years later, in a bizarre Ny-Quil fever dream, she came back. And she wasn't happy about what had happened in the interim.

From there, between the holes in the sky, the walls full of eyes, the giant naked hate-monster, and the dead girl with the living shadow... Things got weird.

It’s very much a passion project. I wrote it out as a 60k-word novel in 2013, but chose to leave it open-ended and unpublished because this story needs a visual medium to be told right.

We have a long story ahead of us, and I'm looking forward to really getting into it, but in order to do that, I'll need some help.

Each page takes days, sometimes even weeks. I’d want to cut that time down and give you more updates - in fact, I’d love nothing more than to do two pages of that quality a week. But in order to do that, I’ll need to be able to afford to take more time off and work on it.

So, whichever endeavor you prefer, can you help me out?

And thanks for your time.
Hi, I'm CS Jones, and I do lots of things. But here are the two you're probably here for:

First, I write Webcomicry.



So, here’s what I want to do for you:

I want to publish posts as in-depth as the ones above, but much more often. I want to help make your writing cleaner, stronger, and more original. I want to help you learn to draw perspective, hands, backgrounds, poses, and all those things I wish someone had taught me when I was starting out. I even want to help webcomics become a viable moneymaking medium. A delusional goal, maybe, but if I can help just one person...

I’ve got multiple posts in the making, and two mostly-written ebooks I’m planning to publish soon.

If you’re considering donating, shoot me a question about writing or drawing, and I’ll answer to the best of my ability ASAP.

Secondly, I write and draw Yume-Hime.



When Laurie Connelly was ten and obsessed with anime, she drew herself an alter-ego. She forgot about her as life went on, but seven years later, in a bizarre Ny-Quil fever dream, she came back. And she wasn't happy about what had happened in the interim.

From there, between the holes in the sky, the walls full of eyes, the giant naked hate-monster, and the dead girl with the living shadow... Things got weird.

It’s very much a passion project. I wrote it out as a 60k-word novel in 2013, but chose to leave it open-ended and unpublished because this story needs a visual medium to be told right.

We have a long story ahead of us, and I'm looking forward to really getting into it, but in order to do that, I'll need some help.

Each page takes days, sometimes even weeks. I’d want to cut that time down and give you more updates - in fact, I’d love nothing more than to do two pages of that quality a week. But in order to do that, I’ll need to be able to afford to take more time off and work on it.

So, whichever endeavor you prefer, can you help me out?

And thanks for your time.

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