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Both of these comics have the same basic storyline: animals negotiating and working together to survive in apocalyptic times. What really makes them worth taking your time to look at is the incredible artwork.1) Ghost in the Gulag by David…Continue
Hey All!I recently did a drawing of Martin Luther with a quote underneath, "My conscience is captive to the Word of God."I've started my first Kickstarter to raise funds to have it printed as an 11x14 print.…Continue
I've been trying to decide what happens to Brianna's clothes when she uses her shapeshifting powers. My original thought was to have her "normal" clothes not transform with her, but have her in bike shorts and a tight tank top that will. My other…Continue
Seeking comic reviewers. I am the comics editor at hollywoodjesus.com. Presently, I get comics from Image/Top Cow, Red 5, TopShelf, and occasionally Boom Studios. You also have free reign to submit reviews of any comics not on the list. The…Continue
Sorry I haven't been very active lately. I've had a lot of anxiety going on in my life (I can't say why) and I've been EXTREMELY busy, so I haven't felt up to drawing. I posted the initial text for a scene from one of my comics on…Continue
I thought it would be fun (and helpful) to shoot a survey out there to all the other independent creators.
If you have independently published a comic book, take a moment to answer the questions below!
Making fixes to AN ACT OF FAITH: THE SWORD OF EDEN is time-consuming! Got me two-hundred plus more pages to go.
As previously noted, in the panel on the left, I gave Gloomtooth a more traditional-looking thought…