I doubt anyone has been watching me particularly closely over here, but the last couple of weeks have seen a major layout visual upgrade to both the "She Bites" and "Carousal" faces of the site. It doesn't look a hell of a lot different from how it always did on a desktop computer, but now it should be a lot more usable on narrow screens like phones.
In any case, I think I'm finally at the point where I can call this finished. Course there will definitely be some quirks, and it may be downright weird on huge screens - I don't have a great way to test aside from zooming my browser out >3>;). So please, if you notice something that breaks the site at some size or other, drop me a line.
In other news, you should be seeing some new sketches around here soon, mostly along the lines of gaaaaay, because I just found out about Room 801, an Australian yaoi and yuri con in Sydney. Not sure whether I'll be trading both days or only one (money urrrgh) but either way it's as good a reason as any to get my gay on again. I did want to fix my lack of SMASH lesbians, after all...
So, yesterday I posted the last of my SMASH colourations, most of which are along the lines of adorable and/or slutty femboys. I sort of neglected female characters this year, though totally by accident - plus I noticed there was no actual yuri in the hentai folder. I'll have to fix that.
Welcome to the newest and least awful incarnation of the House That Fox Built. If you care to peruse what is essentially the life's work of a twenty-something, manga-munching, skeptical Aussie geek chick with a design fetish and a penchant for pretty boys, you're in the right place. Otherwise, I have some bad news for you.
As a presumably innocent bystander, you are entitled to one (1) warning that while the pages herein are mostly just about drawing stuff and playing videogames, they may also contain strong language, delighted appreciation of same-gender relationships, and a firm lack of appreciation for religion and other fairytales. If that last part offended you enough that you considered leaving, you should probably go with that. Otherwise, come on in - the future looks bright.