On that note, I've been making a comic journal entry *every* day. I haven't decided what I'm going to do with this journal just yet. Will I publish it some day? Will I color it? I hope so. But this is the reason "Easy Baked Ziti (Part 2)" isn't on line.

This comic-book venture is in debt and I'm all conflicted and stuff about how to bounce back. O_o

Juvenile Drivel #04 available online!

Juvenile Drivel #4 is now available via comixpress!
Get Juvenile Drivel #4

you can also view all of the comics I have in my comixpress store: here


BAAU Portraits

BAAU = Bay Area Artists Unite. Here's a link to The Portraits Thread

RSS How To

RSS feeds are the best thing ever when it comes to getting back your time while surfing online. I've been trying to tell everyone I meet about them, especially because they are so easy to use and so useful and time saving.

How do I know if a site has an rss feed?
look up in the tool bar, there should be a little square with some radar pinging looking waves. If it's lit up (like on this site), then there is an active rss feed.

There are two (major) way to use an rss feed:
-trust your browser
-find a third party rss viewer.

trust your browser:
just click on that icon I mentioned and you should have an option to subscribe... then you can find your subscriptions in the same place you find your favorites and web history.

third party rss viewer:
I use google since they do so many things so well.
with this specific viewer, you would click on the icon mentioned, then copy and past the address into google's reader to subscribe. (the advantage here is that it's on the web, so you can check your rss feed from ANY computer with web access.)

The Result:
Now you no longer have to manually surf to the sites on your rss subscribe list. Now when you turn on your computer for surfing, the first thing you do is check your rss feeds. **rss viewers will automatically tell you which sites have been updated since you last checked**

Imagine, you have 50 sites/blog/comics/etc that you surf to every day only to find out "oh man, they haven't updated with anything new since last time I was here :( " --those days are now gone. Now the sites come to you and tell you "Hey, there's something new to see, come check it out!"

Hope that's helpful, ~Danny

Happy Thanksgiving

The Vacation Journal

The comic blog for "Sofia & Danny's 1st European Vacation" is up! Follow the link at the top of this page, or use this link.


Here's a link to the original joke: Juvenile Drivel strip: 129 (rated ages 18+)

Candi's Birthday!

(Note: French in the Europe Vacation Journal is introduced on postcard 007 but this joke is specifically referring to postcard 021)

The Darkness!

Here's a link to the original joke: Juvenile Drivel Strip: 121 (rated ages 18+)