Hello! It’s me Cat here with a quick announcement regarding my webcomic Sass. Earlier this week I put the announcement: sass goes on hiatus out on social media, as well as announcing it on my creator’s page on Tapas Media.
In order to really give something your all, you have to give it all of your focus. Sometimes this means leaving things that you care about to the back burner for a while. This is the case for the webcomic Sass.
At the moment, I really want to give my business my all. While I enjoy creating my comic on the side, and it has really helped keep my drawing skills sharp, it has to go on pause.
Why? I don’t want to let the standard I have for it drop. I am going to do my best and work on it here and there, I won’t deny I would find it hard to go cold turkey on it.
However, production will be slow enough that it’s better to go on Hiatus from publishing for a time. Maybe I will give little extras and sneak peaks here and there as I go, but I’m not making any promises.
Right now, my business and the building of it 100% comes first.
I thank you for your understanding.
I will be posting updates on the progress of the business and being productive on Fridays, here on the blog. For more frequent peaks, follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
To read the comic so far, please visit Sass the webcomic on Tapas Media.
To see more information that I will be updating weekly, stay here and visit the Sass Webcomic section, complete with the comic reader.
Sass Goes on Hiatus: Returns December 2017.
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