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jamiecotc
19 June 2009 @ 10:51 pm
The webcomic, Clan of the Cats, began on June 20th, 1999.  That will be ten years ago in just a few hours.  Anyway, just wanted to say.  Take care.
 
 
jamiecotc
01 February 2009 @ 04:36 pm

The fantasy/adventure webcomic, Clan of the Cats has returned from a two month hiatus sporting a new site design. The new site is a heavily tweaked Comipress theme created by Frumph from Frumph.net sporting a couple of new features. One of the unique aspects of the theme is the ability to display two different comics. The site is currently updating the Sebo strip once a week along with the regular M-W-F COTC updates. Take a look!

Clan of the Cats has been running for 9 ½ years and centers on a witch, Chelsea Chattan as she tries to deal with an ancient family curse. 


X-posted from ncwccc 
 
 
jamiecotc
21 January 2009 @ 09:48 pm

I know a lot of you are anxiously awaiting the return of COTC to its full MWF schedule.  That will happen very soon, this February in fact.  First I wanted to inform you of some changes that will be going on here at COTC. Thanks to Frumph from frumph.com, COTC will have a completely new website design.  Here’s a sneak peek: http://comic.frumph.net/

Using this Comicpress design presented a few problems for the Keenspot servers, so I have decided to pull off the Keenspot servers and go with my own hosting.  Currently, we are waiting for the domain to transfer, so please be aware that THERE MAY BE SOME DOWN TIME during the transfer. Hopefully it will only be a day or two at most.  I’ve very excited about this move as Comicpress comes with some very cool features, some specifically designed by Frumph.  One of the most important features is that I will now have a blog and comic on the same page that will allow me to communicate with you cats a lot more. Also, you will be able to comment on each individual comic.  If enough of you want, I will include a small shoutbox on the site, perhaps even keeping the one we have.  Please let me know your thoughts on that and the site in general. 

X-Posted from chelseascourt 
 
 
jamiecotc
17 January 2009 @ 09:53 pm
Frumph, from http://frumph.com is now redesigning my site. Here's a preview: http://comic.frumph.net/

I like it!
 
 
jamiecotc
02 January 2009 @ 08:23 pm
Been hanging out at TGT Webcomics lately and got in on a deal to do a pin-up of Chelsea for Frumph's Women of Webcomics.  The first pin-up, by Scott Story, went up today.  Chelsea's up now and is actually kind of tame with a 1940's style pose. 

Edited: 1-3-09

X-posted from chelseascourt 
 
 
jamiecotc
24 December 2008 @ 11:00 pm
I made a calendar via Lulu.  It's here: http://www.lulu.com/content/5468352

Happy Xmas (War Still Going On)

 
 
jamiecotc
11 December 2008 @ 03:14 pm
I've been wanting to redo the website for a while now.  The problem was that I wanted to redo it in CSS, but knew nothing about it.  After a few days of pulling out my hair I can safely say that I don't hate CSS with a passion any more, though I am far from really understanding it.

Anyway, after a few days of playing around w/ expression web 2, going through several tutorials, and just playing around with the code, here is the beginning blocks of the new COTC site design.  I still have a ways to go just for the front page.

After getting booted from Adsdaq, I am giving very serious thoughts to going the blog route w/ a front page and having COTC and Sebo a click away within the site.  As to what coding horrors this will present being on Keenspot, I don't know.  I guess I should ask.  :\



 
 
jamiecotc
05 November 2008 @ 02:42 am
Wow  
The dems took the house, the senate and the presidency, and honestly, I'm more excited about Obama taking North Carolina than anything.  Currently, he's in the lead, but it's still too close to call. 

Yay!
 
 
jamiecotc
24 October 2008 @ 05:17 pm
I'm being interviewed on T.G.T. Webcomics this Sunday night at 10:00 PM EST.  It's my first live interview of anything, ever.  Join me for a special Halloween edition of the show. 

x-posted from chelseascourt 
 
 
jamiecotc
05 October 2008 @ 04:45 pm

Hi all,

A friend of mine is hosting his first convention and I'm trying to get the word out for him.  The convention, Paper Heroes Con , will have comic guests, panels, and gaming.  Here are more details.

Hero’s Haven
is proud to present Paper Heroes Con, Burlington’s first comics and gaming convention! We’ll be bringing you gaming, comics, toys and much more! Come join us on October 17 – 19 at Burlington Square Mall!

Scheduled Guests

Lou Ferrigno (TV’s Incredible Hulk)
Jackson Bostwick (TV’s Captain Marvel)
Robert Harris and William Jones (Cabin Fever)
Mark Poole (Magic: the Gathering card artist)
Al Bigley (West Coast Avengers, Scarlet Witch and Archie and Friends)
Tsunami Studios 
Highburn Studios
Brian Shearer and Marty Blevins (Gravy Boy, Fanboy Almanac)
Ursula Vernon ( Digger, Nurk: The Strange Surprising Adventures Of A (Somewhat) Brave Shrew)
Jennie Breeden  (Devil’s Panties)
Thomas Boatwright
(Cemetery Blues, The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo)
Larry “mckenzee” Holderfield (Sinister Bedfellows, NCWCCC)
Dan Johnson (Herc and Thor)
Jamie Robertson (Clan of the Cats)
Mike Moon (Catgirl Island)

More to be announced!!

Gaming!

Magic: The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokemon, Warhammer, Warhammer 40k, Dungeons and Dragons, Dungeons and Dragons Minis, HeroClix, Guitar Hero III and Rock Band Tournaments! More events to be posted!!  Huge prizes all weekend long!!

Tickets!

Preorder your tickets now and save $10.00! Preorder tickets for the entire weekend for only $15.00! This offer is good only through this website!

Tickets are $10.00 a day or $25.00 for the entire weekend at the door or get your tickets at Hero’s Haven, located at 1358 S. Church St., Burlington, NC 27215, behind Mayberry Ice Cream.

Directions to the Convention.