About What Nonsense
The story follows the lives of the slightly deranged residents of “Nawncentz Inn,” a remote vacation home, and
the confused man who has been forced to live with them. I’d say there’s nothing too adult about this story, save for some violence and cursing. It’s recommended for ages 14 and up.What Nonsense has been online since 2008 and has no fixed “update day.” I draw about 2 pages a month. Pages take a while because I work part time, and the pages themselves are pretty labor-intensive. You can be notified of new pages via the following ways:
I’ve planned out the story for What Nonsense, and I think it’ll make one 400-500 page graphic novel when it’s done. I sketch each page in pencil, then letter and ink by hand. I then scan the page and color it in Photoshop CS2. You can see what each step of the process looks like here. All the colors I use are “classic” comic book colors
in 25% increments of cyan, magenta, and yellow. A video of my coloring process is
About the Cartoonist
My name is Caitlin Crowley, and I draw and write What Nonsense. In 2012 I graduated from SMU with a degree in English
with a specialization in Creative Writing. I enjoy tea, collecting things, watching cartoons, and telling stories.
I draw stuff besides new pages from time to time; bonus What Nonsense art, fanart for other things I like. You can follow my art on these sites:
I also write prose fiction. My first published story is “Outcasts of the Fair Forest,” from NewMyths.com’s 29th issue.
If you have any comments or questions about What Nonsense, I can be easily reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.