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Tag Archives: webcomics

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I’m frustrated. I’ve been trying to create my final comic and Pixton has been down, unable to save anything. I created 3 frames, which you can see below (click to view full size):

Picture 4

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AAWL 3

My third installment of Amazing Adventures in Webcomic Land, click here to check it out or look under the cut for linked thumbnails, as well as links to some of the things mentioned in my comic.

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AAWL 2

Here’s the second installment of my comic! I tried to use articles and interviews to supplement the dialogue for the different artists because I didn’t want to just assume what they would say. My comic, the links to the articles, and links to their comics are below. Click the thumbnails to view full size.
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Comics About Comics, pt. 1

Yay first comic! It’s embedded after the post, or  here’s the link. It’s basically just a summary of my last post, as an introduction and a way for me to play around and get use to Pixton.

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Webcomics and Art Online: Is Comic Book Guy already out of a job?

Comic Book Guy Hates The Internet?

Comic Book Guy Hates The Internet?

I had a lengthy discussion with my sister the other day about art (she’s a painter and an avid webcomic nerd, but she dislikes graphic design and digital art, because she thinks it’s a cop-out), and specifically how the internet is affecting art, mostly in terms of comics, but also in terms of art that people create offline and integrate into online space (i.e. Lunch Bag Art.) Read More »