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YonYonYon, September 15th, 2016, 7:40 am ( Reply )


I wanted to submit this yesterday, but I got internet connection problems. Sorry about that.




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Doodlebot117, September 15th, 2016, 6:33 pm ( Reply )


Yeah but what density is the wood? Is it crappy poplar or a nice acer?

(Sorry I'm a plant nerd graduated in Horticulture hhhng)


YonYonYon, September 15th, 2016, 11:28 pm ( Reply )


@Doodlebot117: That's alright! I'd even be happy to hear more about trees and stuff concerning cutting them. It would be super nice if you'd recommend books about that too

For now, let's imagine that they're just excited to find out the quality of the wood


Doodlebot117, September 16th, 2016, 3:38 pm ( Reply )


@YonYonYon: Oh hmm, when you mean 'more about trees and stuff concerning cutting them' do you mean like pruning and tree maintenance? Or purely how to cut down a tree? I know that soft woods like cottonwood trees are bad for firewood or crafting things because of their low density. Softwood trees grow more quickly than hardwood, such as maple and oak. Hardwood trees are good for making stuff to last because of their density. Some trees like cedar have a very strong scent that humans find appealing but many common pests (such as bugs that eat clothes) are repelled by. That's why cedar paneling in your closet is good! Some trees make better firewood than others/burn for longer. I believe pine trees are some of the best for firewood because their resin is also a bit of a fuel. But you don't burn green wood. You want to chop it, stack it under good cover, make sure it's got airflow to prevent mold/rot and not up against a building or anything since that can create more homes for mice and termites. Then let the wood age until it's naturally all dried out. You can alternatively bury wood like my grandpa would do which helps it age for woodcrafts.

oh jeez this is a page of random wood knowledge, sorry XD

A good general knowledge book would be https://www.amazon.com/New-Western-Garden-Book-Gardening/dp/0376039205 This is one of the manuals I had in college, and you can find copies really cheap. I've seen them in second-hand stores before. If it's ten years old it's still mostly accurate, the pictures are not as pretty is all XD And new science statistics have come out.


Venalitor, September 24th, 2016, 3:15 am ( Reply )


Wow. . . like the end of a drought. I may have forgotten what all this was about.

Panel 4. My face when I saw this comic was updating again. Musta taken hella long ta draw all those people though.


Mythee, September 24th, 2016, 11:19 pm ( Reply )

I always knew you wood return
AAA YES YOU'RE BACK YON <3333 ilu and your comics and art


Sop (Guest), October 1st, 2016, 10:16 pm ( Reply )


Building your house on a cemetery? Lame!
Build your house of the flesh of the tree demon monster. The good one AND the bad one.


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