As I threatened... er... promised... er... implied, DNAWC has updated. Issue 4 was done with a dip pin and ink, rather than a sharpie marker. I also had a lot more fun with the fonts. In retrospect, it would have looked better if I'd carefully cut the bottom left caption so it was blocked by the contours of the drafting table, but that lies far beyond my feeble Photoshop skills. Right now, about all I can do is clean up a stray line here or there and do the lettering.
There will almost certainly be a 5th installment. I have a wacom tablet I haven't used much. Learning to ink digitally seems like a good idea, so my plan is to draw it in pencil, scan the pencils, and ink over them with the tablet. And if that doesn't work out, I'll go back to pen and ink. :)
This isn't my only web comic. I'm working, slowly, on a more serious one with my friend, Lisa Hartjes. When we've got the first issue done (about 12 more pages, I think) we'll start posting. In the meantime, I may decide to post some of the artwork for that here.
I should really put up some new gaming content one of these days. The thing is, I've used up most of the old stuff, and nothing has really grabbed my attention for new stuff. Still, I can't very well be a rogue game writer if I don't write any game stuff, so I should try to dig up something.
See y'all later.