I'm reaching out to you because I launched an Indiegogo Comic Campaign for my Comic “The Last Pick Up Arist”. Yes I put in my heart and soul in this comic, but after this I return to more Action.
I dont ...
Guilt is a powerful tool in the creative process.
No, I'm not talking about the guilt you feel because you haven't updated in six months which pushes you to sit down and finish that darn page (though that helps too, we've all been there).
Guilt is very ...
There are going to be times in your life where you will be rejected or subjected to defeat; whether that be professionally, personally or existentially. During these moments it is very easy to fall into a funk that feels impossible to drag yourself out of. So here are some tips ...
URGENT!!! Does anyone know of any accommodation near Sandpoint in Idaho?
Long time Drunkducker Riley McCool has been evicted from her place and only has two days till she's out on the street!
Even somewhere to park a camper.
Anyone in Idaho near Sandpoint?
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Betrayal is an interesting thing to use in fiction. You can have betrayal of your nation, your organisation, friends, lovers, religion, beliefs, self. In stories it can ...
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This is a topic that Ozoneocean suggested to me and I have to say I'm quite intrigued to tackle it and start a conversation perhaps around the concept as a plot device but also as an issue of the relationship of the creators and the audiences.
Betrayal can be ...
When creating a story you begin leading the reader down a path. You know where you’re going, or at least can pretend to know, but the reader does not. But, with some well laid out clues and foreshadowing, they can begin to piece the map together. Now here comes ...
by Frank Miller
I was talking to my brother about writing scripts for comics and mentioned that I sometimes forget that what I'm writing can't move. I'd start accidentally writing as if it were a movie script, with characters moving around, then realize that I ...