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Updates on Thursdays
Previously ...
Everyone danced.
Going to bed, all.  Good night.
Smithson strip for January 24, 2008 - part 1
Smithson strip for January 24, 2008 - part 3

That's all for now.

Thanks to Shaenon for allowing me to collaborate on a project dear to her, and many thanks to everyone reading for your support (and your patience with delayed updates.)

Keep an eye on Shaenon's blog for future Smithson news! And feel free to visit my blog to see whatever the hell I'm up to. -- Brian



UPDATE November 2010:

Dear Smithson readers, due to a recent influx of spammy comments, we have turned off the commenting system. Unfortunately, the WCN setup seems to make ALL comments disappear off the site when new ones are blocked. Sorry about that. Again, thanks to everyone reading the strip, and for taking the time to leave your comments! We truly appreciate it. - Brian and Shaenon

Art of Smithson

Currently on the Art of Smithson: Line art for 1/17/08's strip.

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About the Creators

Shaenon GarrityShaenon K. Garrity loves Andrew Farago.

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Brian MooreBrian Moore (Chapter 3 Page 25 - present) is an illustrator, animator, and web designer, and creator of the animated web serial Teddy & Anna.

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Roger LangridgeRoger Langridge (special art sequences) was born in New Zealand in 1967. He decided to become a cartoonist when he was six years old; for some reason it stuck (perhaps because it was more attainable than his previous career goal of "mad scientist"). Roger drew a lot of comics with his brother Andrew when he was growing up. Eventually one of these evolved into Art Dekko (later "Art d'Ecco"), which was his first minicomic, in 1988. And things sort of rolled on from there ... Roger moved to London in 1990 to try and go professional, and somehow got lucky. He now lives there with his wife Sylvie, their daughter Tamsin and somebody else's cat.

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Robert StevensonBob Stevenson (Chapter 1 Page 1 - Chapter 3 Page 24) has refused to draw on the right side of the brain since someone taught him that brains have sides. Instead, he wanders the globe posing as a teacher. In private, he pushes lead, charcoal, ink and pixels whenever opportunities present themselves.

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