How Little and How Much?

Banes at 12:00AM, July 16, 2020



In the early weeks of the pandemic, I started updating my comic more. Shortly after that, I took two weeks off work and went even harder.

I was updating furiously, at least in comparison to what I'd been doing for a year or two previous. In fact, after about ...



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The Day After

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Feb. 15, 2020



Given that it was Valentine's Day yesterday, and that is associated with a lot of special moments between couples, I thought we could talk about the Day After! What do you do on the Day After? Do you run to buy a pill or do you roll over and ...

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Writing an Alternate Universe

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Nov. 2, 2019



An alternate universe (AU) is, in case anyone isn't aware, a story taking place in a fantastical, alternate historical timeline that usually kicks off from a specific event in actual history that takes a different turn from the one that it did in reality.

Alternate universes are fascinating. From ...



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What you love and what you hate about comics

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Aug. 16, 2019



Creating a webcomic is a multi-faceted endeavour. There are many moving parts from writing to drawing to managing social media accounts and everything in between. For me, there are some parts of the process I like and some which I really struggle to find motivation to do, particularly when life ...

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What would you do in a year? (pt 2)

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, June 28, 2019



Last week, I posted an article about what you would do in a year if all your financial obligations were looked after and you could dedicate your time to making comics. We also opened this question up to the #quackchat on Twitter. So here are some of the responses we ...

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Time management for webcomics

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, June 14, 2019



When producing a webcomic, it is good practice to stick to an uploading schedule. Not only does this mean that readers know when to expect the next installment of your story, but it also helps you plan around the general activities of life. So here are some tips to help ...

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The Thing With Clichés

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, June 8, 2019




There is a general idea that cliches, when they surface in the narrative of a story, be it movie, tv or webcomics or anything else, is a sign of bad writing.

There is of course a good basis for this presumption, because usually a cliche is a plot device, or ...




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Coward of Valor Reaches 1000 Page Milestone and Celebrates Three Years of Making Comics

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, April 29, 2019



MILESTONE

Matt@Deadpen writes:

Coward of Valor surpassed 1000 pages today, and will be three years old in a couple of days…

So, I really don't like to revel in my own achievements, as I'm fearful of inflating my head full of hot air and such… But as ...







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Illustrator Uses Rabbit Comic to Teach Mindfulness Techniques to People Dealing with Depression

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, April 8, 2019


Image credit: thelatestkate

Southern California based author and illustrator, Kate Alan, uploaded a mini online comic series last week titled “Let’s Get You Mentally Healthy”. The ten page comic series gives helpful tips on how to deal with negative thoughts that come from feelings of anxiety and sadness.

Alan ...




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The Extras in Your Webcomic

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, March 23, 2019




Every production in the visual narrative arts has its Bonus Features nowdays.

Webcomics could be no different.

In most webcomic sites, whether independent or hosted, users expect to see a range of extra features in the form of extra pages with material supporting the main event, which is of course ...






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