BEST BACKGROUND ART
Winner: Cochlea and Eustachia by hansrickheit
Presentation by Banes
BEST ANTHROPOMORPHIC COMIC
Winner: Bunny Comic by dustmeat
Presentation by El Cid
BEST ACTION WITHIN A COMIC
Winner: Putrid Meat by PIT_FACE
Presentation by KimLuster
BEST ADVENTURE COMIC
Winner: Mindfold by fallopiancrusader
Presentation by Genejoke
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Art by Ozoneocean
Well this was the SECOND big electronic DD meet up! And we had many people joining us and coming in and out over the cause of the ten our time that we were on. We started at 11am New York time (which is 11PM my time ...
Art by Ozoneocean
State your business!
Venerable Drunkducker Ayesinback suggested we have an open electronic meetup of DD people, so that's exactly what we did! We all met up in a long Skype session that lasted 10 hours- various DDers dropped in and out over that time and ...
Usedbooks has been a member of the Drunk Duck community since early 2007, which means she has been sharing, contributing, and participating in this site for the last nine years! She has always been a creative addition to many community projects on the site such as the original Comic Remix ...
I have been feeling inspired lately. It is not to be confused with the same wave of inspiration that usually happens when I listen to Bon Iver while driving down a highway at night (even though that also works). It is the type of inspiration where a story begins to ...
Pic by Ozoneocean
Crowd scenes of any sort can be horrible to draw. There are many, many reasons for this, one of them is that it's quite boring to invent a whole lot of new character models just for the purpose of making a group scene. My own ...
Jonathin Quackup flees with his family from an evil warlord and faces his destiny in this 25-page full-color comic…
The Jonathin Quackup of the Planet Weralt series tells the story that takes place in the fantastical planet of Weralt. The world was ...
There are days that challenge me. There are days that mould me. There are days that have a significant impact on my day-to-day grind. Last Wednesday was one of those days.
In addition to my duties as a webcomic blogger, I have been juggling several other “offline” jobs that are ...