Altarland, or how I learned to stop tinkering and love the AU

Andreas_Helixfinger at 12:00AM, Jan. 29, 2023



So it is Sunday again and the first month of the new year is nearing its close. I still haven’t finished my work on the short story I’m making for the new DD Anthology, but I am coming back from my updating hiatus next week anyway. During my ...

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The AI Problem

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Jan. 21, 2023




The advent of AI has started to finally come into the field of art and expression. No longer is it there only to help us with the menial tasks, the repetitive stuff, the uninspired stuff so we, humans, can be freed up to engage in the intuitive expression of any ...


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Panel By Panel:’Fluffy 500’ and Unusual Angles

hpkomic at 2:06PM, Dec. 2, 2022



Hello everyone, and welcome to Panel by Panel, a periodic exploration of comic panels around The Duck. I am working on another comic submission from a couple of posts ago. This week our volunteer is the creator of Fluffy 500, IronHorseComics, who shared some pages. Today I want to look ...

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Quackcast 607 - Horror Sci-Fi

Ozoneocean at 12:00AM, Nov. 1, 2022

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Happy Halloween! Our topic is horror Sci-Fi. Sc-Fi brings with it a whole lot more interesting things you can do with horror and scary stories and there ...



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Embracing "good enough"

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Oct. 1, 2022



For the past month I have been taking a break to catch up on life. Between appointments, exams, social events and trying to catch up on the washing I’ve left about the apartment I have been mulling over something a psyche recently mentioned to me.

He said that I ...



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Fantastic Bestiary 12: The Na’vi

Andreas_Helixfinger at 12:00AM, Aug. 28, 2022



Another pop cultural fantastic bestiary Sunday. Anybody remember the movie Avatar? Not the kung-fu fantasy one, the tribal sci-fi one. The James Cameron’s Avatar as it was marketed. I still remember it being the movie that REALLY set the standard for what CGI technology can do cinematically, making this ...

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Panel By Panel: Patchwork and Lace (Two Beats and No Gutters)

hpkomic at 10:47AM, Aug. 26, 2022



Hello and welcome to Panel by Panel, an analysis of panels from comics right here on The Duck and exploring what they do, how they work, and what we can learn from them.

Hello everyone, it's been a couple of weeks, so it is time for a new Panel ...



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FEATURED COMIC --> Mydan Post Beginnings

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Aug. 10, 2022



The city streets of Tombayly City are empty when a young man wakes up barefoot from a nap on a sidewalk before meeting his grandfather. Meanwhile, a stealth spacecraft comes into orbit of ringed-planet Imest. It is here we meet Kamilla, a twenty-three year old gadgeteer protected by a life-size ...

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Panel by Panel: Android Blues and the Full Frame Two-Shot

hpkomic at 5:50AM, July 1, 2022



Hello and welcome to Panel by Panel, an analysis of panels from comics right here on The Duck and exploring what they do, how they work, and what we can learn from them.

This week we will be checking out a panel from the webcomic Android Blues by the user ...



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Panel by Panel: Charby the Vampirate and the Three-Beat Sequence

hpkomic at 12:24PM, June 17, 2022



Hello and welcome to Panel by Panel, an analysis of panels from comics right here on The Duck and exploring what they do, how they work, and what we can learn from them.

We're mixing things up a bit this week by looking at three panels. We're talking ...



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