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Posted 08 September 2006 - 09:35 PM
Looks pretty good, though. When (if) I ever succeed in my webcomic endevors, we shall play the guest-strip-swap game, ja?
Hm... A bit of trivia... About 45% of all webcomics start out that way (hey, let's break the fourth wall, enter as self aware characters, and talk about making a webcomic).
I'd pull up some links, because it's really something, but I'm a bit lazy/sleepy/apathetic/dizzy from H2O poisoning/completely insane.
:edit: http://reallifecomic...ive/991115.html (Real Life Comics, "Hey, let's make a comic)
Also! Find a way to permenantly connect text to comics! For me, 40% of the enjoyment is reading what the artist/creative team was thinking or feeling, and maybe reflecting on their work. This I can link:
http://samandfuzzy.com, http://machall.com, http://www.questionablecontent.net/[/ur] etc...etc...
Sam Logan of Sam and Fuzzy mainly talks about life, the shop, occasionally his favourite aspect of the attached strip, his song lists, movies that have been released/upcoming, Sam and Max, his girlfriend Claire's animals, upcoming guest artists, other webcomics he found to be neat...
Regarding the comic, I am a tad disturbed at how serious the last bit have been. Without spoiling anything I'll say only that the innocent cheerfulness is gone... I still smile every so often, but the strip seems to be going the way of [url="http://megatokyo.com"]http://megatokyo.com (sappy and sad).
Don't get me wrong, I still hold Mr. Logan in high esteem, and I'll follow Sam and Fuzzy wherever it goes.
The guys at Mac Hall (Ian:artist and Matt:writer) just talk about everything. Ian uses his space to show off some of the truly neat projects he's done (Lavos as a house mod in Morrowind, along with the Master Sword, the Buster Sword, and lots more). Matt mainly whines about politics. Sure, it's interesting and all, but I really can't describe it in any way other than whining.
Jeph Jacques is the pseudo-rival of Sam Logan. From what I can tell, they both burn nuns, eat babies and steal candy from innocent pandas... yes... err... panda candy... and all sorts of atrocities. These accounts you can only find from the opposite person. It's all in fun, though, and I'm sure they both enjoy it. So. Jeph talks about the comic, why it was late, why people haven't gotten what they ordered yet... and random anecdotes from life.
So. Connect text to comic! It should be really simple with php.
And be sure to plug other artists once you have a worthy archive. They will plug you back, and everybody is happy.
:edit:added some links
sum day ill eat ur cat ricko...
Posted 18 October 2006 - 07:17 AM
No new comics? You're lagging behind.
Well, I'm trying to get on my feet with a comic idea I've been working off and on for a while. I've set a solid schedule of Tuesday and Thursday, and if I can hold myself to that, then maybe I'll do some more.
We should play the webcomic game. You know, pretend we're both big-shots, promote each other, have crossovers, mock other comics...
sum day ill eat ur cat ricko...
Posted 23 March 2007 - 10:09 PM
Posted 23 March 2007 - 10:39 PM
On another note, I have some more comics in store but I've been REALLY busy recently so they are on hold for now.
Posted 24 March 2007 - 09:02 PM
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