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Postcards in Braille

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You know that moment when they say the title of the movie during the movie?

This page is dedicated to Rodrigo and Feña from Mapachestudios, the first ones to make me realize this thing about the narrative of Postcards itself: showing just enough for one to fill in the gaps. It’s something I didn’t do consciously at the beginning, but it’s been a really interesting thing to work with.

A dog misplaced

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Way to kill the mood there, buddy.

Hey there, we’re back!! I had to take a short break from Postcards to finish my short autobio comic Comics & Poutine, which is now available on Gumroad! – it’s received some really good comments so far, so if you’re into some fun travel journals you might want to check it out 🙂

As you probably know already, we are approaching the end of Postcards in Braille. If everything goes according to plan (i.e. I keep updating every week) I estimate the finale to be around early December. Thank you so much for reading! ♥

GUEST COMIC: Håvard Heggenhougen

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Why am I not surprised….

This week’s comic is brought to you by Håvard Heggenhougen, half of the creative team behind the webcomic Grapple Seed! the comic is on hiatus right now, but you can find pages over at Sketchmazoid’s Patreon page. You can also follow Håvard on Twitter at @watchyourgrip!

A LITTLE NOTE: I’ll have to stop updating for a couple weeks, I’ve been busy working on another comic and I need to build up a buffer again!! after this “break” we’re going all the way into the last pages of the comic, so buckle up!! see you soon! ♥

No place for tears

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It’s okay, Rho, I feel you…

Updates will be a bit slow for a moment, I have other things to finish (con prep, mostly) and I want to get them out of the way as soon as possible! You can always follow me on Twitter to know what I’m up to, it’s where I post more often.

Thanks for reading! ♥

Keeping up with you

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At least it wasn’t Rho trying to guide him this time…?

There are many ways in which blind people can run with a guide, and one of them is by the use of a tether or rope. Just like for walking, a human guide can warn the runner of incoming obstacles, changes in terrain, etc.

If you want to see people who run better than Sigma, here’s a video of the Women’s 200m in the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

Thanks for reading! ♥