Approaching Horror

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Aug. 8, 2020



Though I am certainly no stranger to handling the horrific in my creations, horror as a genre is something I never dabbled in before.

Horror scares me the same way comedy does!

While I can crack jokes, I always feel I can never do it on demand, or consistently think ...





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Stock images and backgrounds

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, July 24, 2020



My comic partner and I are in the process of updating one of our comic series. We’re doing this in part to fill some plot holes (and potentially dig some new ones). However we’re also updating the artwork as it is quite old now and doesn’t match ...

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Using 3D Art to Create Comics by Genejoke part 3

Banes at 12:00AM, June 11, 2020



Welcome back to the 3D Comics-making series by Genejoke. These tutorials accompany the new video
version that he created.


Video Tutorial Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJO3ehav02E


BUILDING SETS


Another huge and time consuming aspect of making 3D comics is set building and it should definitely factor ...









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Speeding up production

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, June 5, 2020



A couple of weeks ago I was discussing with my family the importance of doing studies in drawing. I was asked, “What do you focus on these days?”. My answer was simple.

“Speed.”

As a creator who juggles work, comics and an ever looming list of hobbies, my aim is ...





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The Interconnectedness of the Duck Webcomics

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, May 25, 2020



Political science uses the term “Globalization”; a Nguni Bantu term “Ubuntu” translates to “the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity”; in the United States, we call it a “Social Network”. It has become apparent more now than ever before that it is possible for one ...

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Placing the wrong building blocks | World building part 3

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



Last week, I expanded further on world building basics and what better way to end the trilogy than with a “what not to do!”. So here are some tips on what to avoid when building and writing your comic world.

Avoid the infodump
You’ve spent an age crafting the ...




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Move It

Banes at 12:00AM, May 16, 2019


by Frank Miller

SHOWING MOVEMENT

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 ...




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My webcomic goals this year!

HippieVan at 12:00AM, Jan. 6, 2017



Sorry about last week’s missed newspost, everyone! Last week’s post happened to fall on “friend Christmas.” I’m the world’s worst adult, and spent the day eating so much holiday junk food that I got sick and had to go to bed rather than finish writing. I ...

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Backgrounds, part 2: Familiar Locations

HippieVan at 12:00AM, Aug. 26, 2016



Last week, I wrote about my attempts to put more effort into drawing backgrounds. A few people in the comments brought up the settings that they draw repeatedly for their comics.

Planning

My main character is a wanderer, so there aren’t a ton of repeat locations in my comic ...





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