What's OHP made with?
I use Photoshop and a large-format Wacom Intuos 3. No more, no less, no vectors. Both the older, pixel-heavy strips and newer, anti-aliased strips are completely hand-drawn. The only difference is that the newer strips are drawn at 300 dpi, then resized. The current font is Comicraft's Comicrazy, though some older pages also use Dave Gibbons Lower International or the venerable Arial. The website was constructed using Grawlix CMS.
Is this a comic for adults?
OHP is written with an adult in mind, though obviously anyone is welcome to enjoy it. My views on sex and violence are quite liberal... In fact, I love them! I hope you do, too. You may see the occasional exposed backside or bodies in various kinetic states, perhaps even a frank description of intercourse or an overly detailed bit of blood and gore. I don't believe any topic should be taboo, which you'll likely find reflected in the comic. Feel free to love it or hate it.
Speaking of, what happened to Like Magic?
For those unaware, I also have a second webcomic of the explicitly adult variety, called Like Magic. It ran at Slipshine for a while, and saw sixteen updates before going on indefinite hiatus. It hasn't been available there for a while due to my inactivity on the project. Like Magic is the story of two young sorcerers, Deidre and Roman, who are on the losing side of a world war between the humans and the caudates. Caudates are tailed humans with the unusual ability to wield magic, something that terrifies the tailless folk. Being an adult comic, there's plenty of silly sex situations and whatnot. I really enjoy working on LM and I'm planning on returning to it at some point, but maintaining two comics at once with a full-time job is pretty much impossible (for me, anyway).
What species are these characters?
What does GD stand for, anyway?
That's a secret. Allow me a little mystery.
Is there any merchandise? Any way to donate?
No merch yet! T-shirts are always on my mind, but I've yet to come up with a design with which I'm 100% satisfied. A Patreon page should be available soon, which will have some perks for anyone generous enough to donate. Stay tuned!
Do some of the pages look different now?
Your eyes are not deceiving you. I'll often go back over my work and clean up or completely change things to my liking. If I rushed a panel one week, I may redraw it next week. I generally don't note these changes since they don't alter the course of the story, but I have been known to rewrite the occasional joke or fix the odd grammatical mishap.
Where's the latest comic?
Everyone's favorite question. Truth be told, sometimes I get too busy for a timely update. Sometimes the update is so large or complex that there wasn't enough time in the week to do it. Sometimes I'm just too tired. Whatever the reason, you can rest assured that I haven't forgotten. I know it's not up. Usually, I'll have it up a day or two later, so keep checking back. When I'm running late, you can usually check on my progress near the top of the main page. Remember, OHP is a labor of love. So please, don't send me nasty messages about how I'm inconveniencing your comic-reading schedule by posting at my leisure.
I think I found a mistake. Can I tell you?
Please do. Most parts of this site, comic included, are created while I'm half asleep, so it's entirely possible that the words leaving my fingertips are completely incoherent. I understand that some comic artists get uppity about having mistakes in their work pointed out, but rest assured, these people are assholes. Actually, I'm an asshole, too, but I really do appreciate it when people help me retain some semblance of literacy.
Is it okay to do fan-art or cameos of these characters?
I'd be thrilled! All I ask is that you, y'know, show me. Because I wanna see. I love fan-art, it'd totally make my day!
Where is OHP hosted?
OHP is hosted with DreamHost, whose servers are fast and customer service is pretty good. If you decide to sign up with them, I'd appreciate it if you could list me as your referral, since it'll bring my server costs down slightly (but every little bit counts!). Thanks!