Sonia’s Drawing

If it’s too nerdy for you, don’t worry, there’s more where that came from. I vetted it against my illustrious band of Patreon supporters.

And speaking of which, one of the best things I enjoy about Patreon is being able to bounce off my ideas with readers who are following my Patreon feed. It’s great to have a sounding board, and – as a side effect, I’m also enjoying the sense of community that’s built up over there.

There’s no pressure or commitment as a Patreon supporter. Sign up, take a look around, grab some free goodies that I’ve put up. But, more importantly, you have a chance to be actively involved as I share the behind-the-scenes efforts of making comics (and more).

As always, thank you for reading / sharing my comics. For over 15 years, your support makes what I do possible.


About the author

Krishna Sadasivam creates custom comics and illustrations for organizations, magazines and companies. A champion of comics advocacy, Krishna speaks, blogs, and writes articles on illustration and sequential arts techniques and the importance of the comics medium in both education and brand awareness. His clients have included Microsoft, Mashable, Other World Computing and EE Times. His work has been featured on many notable websites, including TechCrunch, Gizmodo and CNET. His portfolio can be found at

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  • Jake EskelReply
    July 9, 2014 at 2:17 pm

    See, I’d LOVE to have that sorta chat with an engineer!

    Also, you keep popping up a “See the latest comic in email!” signup form. I’d be more likely to (re-)subscribe to that if the comic came as an embedded image. A heavy HTML email saying “Look, the site has a new comic!” doesn’t benefit me. I would love to get the comic in my email, though.

    • Krishna M. SadasivamReply
      July 9, 2014 at 2:56 pm

      Thanks for the feedback, Jake. Could you send me a screenshot of what you’re seeing in the mailing list? Because the one that’s sent does, in fact, include the comic as an embedded image.

  • Tony McGurkReply
    July 10, 2014 at 5:58 am

    Signal attenuation is an important subject for a child to understand.

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