Keeping to a schedule

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Jan. 29, 2021



Maintaining an update schedule is beneficial to your readers and to yourself. Sticking to an update schedule encourages readers to come back. It becomes part of their routine and is often something they look forward to that day. They’ll remain invested in both you and your comic. That is ...

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Cartooning With Banes - Focal Points, Characters and some such stuff like that

Banes at 12:00AM, Jan. 28, 2021



An advantage of comics as a medium is to be able to use still images to tell the story, and create an impression or feeling in the reader that runs deeper than words can do. Or at least, the images can strengthen the experience and make something people hopefully get ...

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Why you should write a one shot

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Aug. 28, 2020



The deadline to submit your pitch for the DrunkDuck horror anthology is fast approaching (31/8/2020) so what better time to talk about one shot comics than right now! Short story comics, also known as one-shots, are generally self contained stories. There aren’t as many moving parts when ...

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The Fool Triumphant

Banes at 12:00AM, July 30, 2020



Many stories feature some kind of underdog in the beginning. This is a standard approach to a Protagonist. They may be very capable and bright, but have a lower status or disadvantage of some kind. This helps make them relatable and helps people root for them to win. Most mainstream ...

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VOTING on the DD ANTHOLOGY Style!

Ozoneocean at 2:30AM, July 26, 2020



Hi everyone! We’re interrupting your regular programming to talk about the upcoming Drunk Duck anthology!

Firstly: voting on the anthology theme is open to all Duck users. The admins have narrowed it down to five, and you can vote by following this link https://strawpoll.com/hqdh2g81c, and voting ...



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Keeping on time

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, July 10, 2020



Establishing and maintaining a consistent update schedule is not just important, it also has many benefits. It’s a big part of being a content creator. But what makes it so beneficial? Here are a few reasons why a well paced schedule can help you as a comic creator.

It ...



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Using 3D Art to Create Comics by Genejoke part 2

Banes at 12:00AM, June 4, 2020



Here's Part 2 of Genejoke's tutorial on 3d comics using Daz3D. He talks about character creation here, and also gives some
info on the computer capacity you might need. These tutorials accompany Genejoke's new video versions of his tutorials. Enjoy!



Video Tutorial Part 2: https://www.youtube ...




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Using 3D Art to Create Comics by Genejoke part 1

Banes at 12:00AM, May 28, 2020



This is a tutorial by Genejoke, who agreed to share some of his knowledge for anyone who's interested in
starting a 3D comic!

He's turned his tutorials into videos, so we're reposting his tutorials for anyone who wants to check out the videos, read the written version ...




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QUACKCAST 479 - Big ideas in fiction

Ozoneocean at 12:00AM, May 19, 2020

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Or TuneinRadio - https://tunein.com/podcasts/Books–Literature/Drunkduck-Quackcast-p1150194/

My original idea for this Quackcast was: “Genre fiction is the best place to explore ideas, straight fiction doesn't do it as well”
What I meant ...




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Maintaining an update schedule

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, April 17, 2020



There are generally two kinds of webcomic artists. Those that update irregularly and those that operate like clockwork. Maintaining an update schedule has many benefits both for you and your readers. Here are some of the positive reasons for putting in place a realistic update schedule.

Readers like reliability
Having ...




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