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iHasKid is the webcomic brainchild (pun intended) of T.C.Livingston (most just call him "T", his wife calls him other things). It was inspired by comics like The Oatmeal (Matthew Inman) and Fowl Language Comics (Brian Gordon), as well as many others others out there, such as the folks behind Cyanide & Happiness (Rob DenBleyker, Kris Wilson, and Dave McElfatrick) and XKCD (Randall Munroe). iHasKid has no real storyline, other than bearing a striking resemblance to events from Mr. Livingston's life with his family. The comic is basically a compilation of comic shorts, some being fictitious while others are based on actual events. 

Mr. Livingston resides with his family in the Seattle, Washington area. He has been married to his wife Angela for 16 years and has two children (a boy and a girl). He has always loved doing creative work, and in an effort to not go insane at his regular job began sketching out his comics and ideas. They have now come to life and reside here for your enjoyment. If you wish to support his work, please feel free to use the Patreon or PayPal links on this site to help him out (after all, he does have kids to feed). 

The characters don't have specific names other than Dad, Mom, Son or Daughter. The other characters are thrown into the mix to support the main family crew. Mr. Livingston's primary medium is digital, although he sometimes sketches on paper. Most sketches are then traced using a digital art pad and then colored for the comic. He looks for inspiration from his family, which seems to be an endless supply of comic fodder. 

Mr. Livingston has no real training in art or drawing (unless YouTube counts). His drawing style was inspired by the "How to Draw..." books of Christopher Hart. Beyond drawing, Mr. Livingston is a computer programmer and technologist, specializing in web design using the Drupal CMS Platform. This website and all the artwork that resides at iHasKid.com have been drawn, designed and developed by Mr. Livingston. However, he is open to collaboration and would welcome feedback and outreach from other webcomic writers and artists. Feel free to reach out if you want to get in touch.

Thanks for reading iHasKid! 


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