Artwise 2021 was a weird, experimental year (not that I don't try to experiment, just that looking back this year was more experimental than usual). I bounced between digital, traditional, and tra-digital a lot. Stylewise I'm pretty consistent here, but polish and medium? It's all over the place. I don't think it's a bad thing though, I think I learned a lot from it.
"Thanksgiving? Other holidays? What are those? Also they missed Halloween" - some in-universe store CEO, probably
A breif test comic. In which Jpeg and Risa are impatient getting snacks at a party, and they grab something that very much isn't one.
Jade & Prisma try to shop for art supplies, only to find out everything's out of stock. And it seems one person might be behind all of it.
Jade rides a large rollercoaster. Despite being terrified of them, Iri joins her because she'd feel bad if her partner went alone.