So we've talked often about how letting a character die in a story is something that should be used very frugally, because once death occurs, it should be permanent. In most settings, death shouldn't be something that is reversible. If not, it will lose its impact, and the ...
We live in a world of routine, predictability, and pedestrian problems. (2020 doesn't count. Much.)
Magic doesn't really seem to exist in our world.
Or does it?
Perhaps we live above a very thin surface, like floating on a tranquil lake, and just underneath it there are ghouls ...
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Titles are surprisingly important for your comic! We don't often realise that when we first start them, but a title is one of the very first ...
So the weather is very important. We all know that from our real life routine alone.
There is often a tendency, however, not to use it when it comes to the visual narrative that webcomics are. More often than not, the weather is basically perpetually clear. Daylight or moonlight are ...
Today's #Twitter_Feature is Crater's Edge by Jason Moon!
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The first week of award winners have been announced. Niccea would also like to remind everyone that she will be accepting awards extras through the end of the month. Extras are usually acceptance/ concession speeches or other behind the scenes fun.
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Niccea is now accepting For Your Consideration Pages. Please PQ or email them.
A couple of people that are new to the awards scene wanted some sample FYC pages.
Since the theme for the FYCs hasn't been done before I scrounged the archives of previous years FYCs and Extras ...
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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 ...