The Unseen Enemy

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, June 12, 2021



Protagonists are always in need of antagonists.

Usually, those are visible, concrete, specific: the protagonists are up against someone or someones who are obstructing their way to attaining their goal. Some are even so powerfully clashing against each other that they are nemeses. Superman and Lex Luthor, Batman and the ...



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WHY you should STOP CARING.

damehelsing at 12:00AM, June 6, 2021



What is one of the big things that holds us back? Normally it’s us caring too much, caring about what we do, how we look, what others think and more.

Last week, while writing the article The Magic of Frames I was talking to PIT_FACE about it and she ...



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Above Suspicion

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, June 5, 2021



There's nothing more satisfying than writing a twist villain. The person that everyone trusts or nobody suspects, who ends up being the mastermind for all the evil stuff that happened all along.

The person that everyone defers to for advice, that leans on for support, that is there to ...



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You Have a Superpower

Banes at 12:00AM, June 3, 2021


shields up!

Our struggles are probably different in some ways, and maybe the same in others. But as comic creators, there are certain issues many of us have in common:

Finding time to make our comics,
Spending too little time…or too much time on them,
Making decisions about our ...






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The Magic of Frames

damehelsing at 12:00AM, May 30, 2021



Frames (a.k.a panels) are great, they can look simple or extraordinary, they can help the comic flow and provide feelings, a feeling of dread, excitement, anger, etc. Frames are more than just lines that encase the moments of our characters.

When you’re making your frame you always ...



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The Problem With Forgiveness

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, May 29, 2021



Forgiveness is a wonderful thing. It's an emotion, it's a state of mind, it's a process.

It's a process that takes at least two parties to even begin to happen.

The problem is that in life and in fiction, this is often misconstrued as something that ...





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Drawing What YOU Want and the power of the FICTIONAL WORLD

damehelsing at 12:00AM, May 23, 2021



The discussion below might get a little mature, to avoid getting in trouble, anyone under the age of 15, please go back to playing with Legos. Visit this article when you’re 16.



I had another article in mind for this week, but after seeing Tantz’s article yesterday, I ...





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QUACKCAST 531 - Same Stories From Differnt Perspectives

Ozoneocean at 12:00AM, May 18, 2021

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The famous film Rashomon by Akira Kurosawa gave its name to the style of a story that has the same scenes told from different perspectives. Many comics ...



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Interviewing PIT_FACE of INHABITANTS

damehelsing at 12:00AM, May 16, 2021



Hi! it’s meeeee, damehelsing from The Drunk Duck Community with another interview!! And for today’s Sunday article I will be interviewing the mighty and fierce PIT_FACE!!!

PIT_FACE, go ahead and introduce yourself!



PIT_FACE: Thank you! Well, I've been working on various comic projects since time immemorial. Putrid ...




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Bookending with epilogues

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, May 14, 2021



So your comic is coming to end but you still have some small threads to tie up. What better way to bookend the story than with an epilogue? Much like the prologue, the events in the epilogue can take place some time after the concluded events. The main purpose is ...

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