Herp, didn't take into account that I'd be on vacation to Hawaii last weekend. Here's yesterday's page, such as it is.

Posted by TSHolden Go to Subject May 22, 2011


Hey guys, sorry about the lack of updates. I've gotten caught up with school (yesterday was my last day of class, ever), Easter, and lady friend business. Also Portal 2 came out, which caused problems from a time perspective. So yeah, normal updates should return next week, sorry about all misses.

Posted by TSHolden Go to Subject April 30, 2011

More 3d

This was kind of odd to produce, because the inspiration for it was visually similar but functionally utterly unrelated.

Posted by TSHolden Go to Subject April 17, 2011


New misc page this week, detailing a fun little character that may show up in the backgrounds at some point.

Posted by TSHolden Go to Subject April 10, 2011

Oh Yeah, Announcements


Posted by TSHolden Go to Subject April 3, 2011

Newspost are archived here if you're interested.

About Sandstorm Conscience

Sandstorm Conscience is an extended examination of miscommunication between cultures, and the harsh consequences that are born from that lack of comprehension.

The Sandstorm Conscience series is the most lasting and thought-out project by TSHolden to date: the first book is completely scripted, and the second volume is being released incrementally as a webcomic. The first volume is still in need of a proper artist, someone better than my chicken scratches, so contact me if you're interested.

The Red Books are best viewed at 50% resolution on most monitors, with two-page side-by-side. Volume 2 is a mostly normal webcomic, but makes extensive us of hovering to spice things up. Comments welcome.

Recommended Reading
Reading the Comic

I believe in usability, and I believe that no two people have the same preferences. To make my comic more usable to a wider variety of people, I have set up multiple naviagtion options for the comic archive. You can do any of the following:

  1. Use the text links at the bottom of the page.
  2. Click the giant arrows on the sides of the page. Deprecated for now.
  3. Click the comic itself to advance to the next page.

Please note that hovering over the comic, while not essential to reading the story, does reveal special aspects of the comic.