Every once in a long while comes a comic so profound, it changes all the rules. This is probably that comic. Though, as the author, I might not be an objective opinion on this matter. Actually, this is the first page of that comic. There are two pages in total. You should probably subscribe toContinue reading “Oh, The Beating Drum!”
Once again, ladies and gentlemen, Oh, The Beating Drum! Or, at least the first page of it. As always, you can read the entire thing by subscribing to Epidiah Ravachol’s magazine of sword & sorcery Worlds Without Master.
The first issue of Epidiah Ravachol’s new magazine of sword and sorcery, Worlds Without Master, just came out. I have a two-page comic in it, titled Oh, The Beating Drum! Here’s the first page:
Remember how I used to do a weekly comic, for like, ten years and then stopped a few years ago? Well, I did another one, randomly.
A couple of weeks ago, I did a guest strip for Jeph Jacques’ webcomic Questionable Content. Here’s the first row of panels.
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I’ve been working on my graphic novel “The Lower Kingdom” quite a bit, lately. Here’s a cover image I worked up for it… I’m finding that I don’t really draw like I did when I first started the book. It’s somewhat troubling because my internal editor keeps marking visual tics from older pages as “wrong.”Continue reading “Cover Image for The Lower Kingdom”
Dropped Frames #6: Falling Empires–a brief history of war games, The Empire of the Petal Throne and the bifurcation of the games audience.
More of them were mysteriously discovered. Yes, these are surprisingly fun to do. (See previously…)
This was a talk I gave to a webcomics summer camp program at Smith Vocational High School a few days ago. I decided to flesh it out beyond my notes in the hopes that I’ll A: use it again and B: help others interested in making their own comics. Many thanks to Kevin Hodgson forContinue reading “Finding the Balance Between Words, Pictures and Time in Making Comics”