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I've also retooled the image captions. Instead of being hover text, they're now positioned below the screenshots. This is good for people who use tablets and other touch gizmos. No need to thank me, but I accept cleavage photos.
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If this is your first time here, welcome to Wynkle! This is my personal web site where I draw comics and write articles about video-games and stuff. Take a look around, join the discussion at the forum and get comfortable. It's cool in here.
For public beta testers, a.k.a. site veterans, a.k.a. no one, Funmance has a new page for you to check out. Drawing a comic is really hard when you have a lot going on in your life, so please excuse the delay.
There is a new article too: the Book of Knowing Things. This is a sketchbook I wrote on as a kid, and it contains all kinds of stupid stuff from three-headed people to Little Red Riding Hood with a vengeance. I went out and bought a scanner specifically for this article, so you know it's from the bottom of my heart. Did I say "heart"? I meant "wallet".
I've also been tinkering with the code again. One of the reasons updates have been so slow is because I do everything (and I mean everything) around this site. On a side-note, I've also been busy writing about orange bandicoots that spin a lot. It was worth it, though (WARNING: techno-babble ahead). Wynkle is now fully coded in HTML5 and CSS3, and the layout uses a mega-sprite to ensure that the loading times are even faster.
I have more stuff planned for the near future. If I take too long, I promise I'll post some butts.
A new page of Funmance is up. Actually, it's not so much of a page as it is the cover for the current story, "All My Taste Buds". It has colors, fire and two sexy people. If those aren't enough reasons for you to check it out, I don't know what's wrong with you.
And hey, a new Pixel Gazing article. Were you a ZX Spectrum fan in the eighties or mildly curious about what it used to be like? No? Too bad! I still wrote an article about one of its games: Exolon. It has 8-bit explosions everywhere. That's one of the best kinds of explosions!