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An Issue with Evidence in My Series

Started this discussion. Last reply by K.G. Adams Jul 12, 2019. 2 Replies

I’ve been really busy lately. My parents are moving and I’m trying to get into my own apartment before they move. I’ve been extremely busy, so not much progress has been made on my series (I’m…Continue

Figured out an Idea to Make My Story Stand Out

Started Feb 21, 2019 0 Replies

Sorry for the inactivity. I’ve been really busy and have been having a lot of anxiety (I’m on a new medication which has helped tremendously). I’m hoping to get seriously get started on writing the…Continue

Nonviolence in my comics/Working Brianna’s Powers into Story

Started Jan 26, 2019 0 Replies

I’ve been working on my series and have one case very fleshed out. I came up with an interesting angle for my series: even if they don’t get in legal trouble, there are mental and emotional…Continue

In what order should I be doing the necessary steps to create the series

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin D. Lintz Dec 24, 2018. 1 Reply

I’m starting to get serious about my story’s development, but can’t figure out the order to do things in. Some things are obvious (learn to draw first) but others aren’t so much. Here’s everything I…Continue

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Mike Jacobs replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Character power And plot line help
"The idea of a pump is good. It could maybe be handled like an insulin pump, and worn under her clothes. However, you'll want to consider her need for oxygen as well. Perhaps a small O2 pump in her purse (?) or a small O2 tank could be caried…"
Oct 14, 2019
K.G. Adams replied to K.G. Adams's discussion An Issue with Evidence in My Series
"Thank! What or who would you recommend as a witness or body-camera?"
Jul 12, 2019
Brien Sparling replied to K.G. Adams's discussion An Issue with Evidence in My Series
"1) Not all the evidence would have to be 'tangible' to be in a courtroom; you could use eyewitness testimony and show it as flashbacks. 2) I agree; to show what happens while they're transformed, Brianna and Lela will either need…"
Jul 3, 2019
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An Issue with Evidence in My Series

I’ve been really busy lately. My parents are moving and I’m trying to get into my own apartment before they move. I’ve been extremely busy, so not much progress has been made on my series (I’m thinking about changing the name of the series). Anyway, I’ve come across an issue in working my characters’ powers into the series. Quite a bit of the series takes place in the courtroom and all evidence needs to be tangible and obtained a certain way. That makes it hard to incorporate evidence found…See More
Jul 1, 2019
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"Sorry for the inactivity recently. I’ve been really busy. I have a lot of new ideas for my current project!"
May 8, 2019

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Area(s) of Interest or Expertise:
I'm a newbie artist, so I won't have too much information on that, but I can pray for you if you need it. However, if you're looking for recommendations on good, appropriate manga (Japanese comics) to read, I may have some advice. I also do mixed media, so if you're interested in using collage for backgrounds, I may be able to help you, though I am just learning myself. I also love to hear prayer requests. I'm currently working on a sci-fi/mystery/romance comic with a manga-ish look, so any advice is greatly appreciated.
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I was raised in a committed Christian family. I first began to get into anime at the end of eighth grade. Faith has been a slow process because of my Asperger's Syndrome (a form of Autism), but I'm getting there. I believe faith is a journey. From the time you first believe to the time you go to be with our Father in Heaven.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
I'd love to be a Christian manga artist.
Favorite Comic Creators:
Natsuki Takaya


Reiko Yoshida and Mia Ikumi

Various Webcomic creators

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I need Sunday School advice

Posted on August 16, 2017 at 8:45pm 2 Comments

I can't find a better place to post this, but I need advice pretty soon. I'm teaching Sunday School to a class of kids roughly 1st-6th grade age (I go to a very small church) This Sunday. The lesson is about sacrificial love, and I like to plan my own lessons. I've been reading about how we need to talk about the crucifixion and resurrection other times than just at Easter, and I thought this would be a good opportunity (the curriculum we're using has several Bible story suggestions for each… Continue

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At 4:13pm on February 21, 2019, Femi Olowofoyeku said…

Thank you

At 5:32am on September 4, 2018, Yoshi Rhul said…

Happy birthday, K. G. Adams!!! <3

At 9:30pm on July 17, 2018, Poporetto said…

Thank you for the warm welcome :)

At 8:36am on April 8, 2018, Laura "Rhimwill" Breitenbach said…

Hi there!

1: I enjoy lots of different genres, but I think action-adventure is what I gravitate toward, and I'm a sucker for Sci-fi.

2. My favorite of Takahashi work is probably Ranma 1/2. I love the humor and there's a lot of martial arts in it that Takahashi does a great job with.

3. The Sequential Art degree program does include a math class as a general education requirement (most degree programs at most schools do). SCAD gives freshmen the opportunity to take an exam to test out of having to take math. I was able to pass that test and take a science class instead, but most students don't pass that exam.

As far as college stuff in-general goes, I think the most important thing to look at is cost and your career goals. I didn't really understand the impact of student loans until after graduation, and between my personal loans and the loans my parents took out it is a crippling amount of debt that neither I nor my parents could afford. If you are thinking of going to art school, do so if you and your family can afford it and/or if you are 100% committed to making a living from your art (which takes a lot of hard work).

I don't mean to totally discourage you - going to SCAD was a great experience, and I got to meet really amazing professors and study abroad - but there is still a part of me that would have decided not to go if I had really understood the weight of the debt I would graduate with. I wouldn't want others to go the same path without thinking realistically about the consequences.

There are less expensive options, such as going to a cheaper state-school with a good art program, and using online learning resources. It'd take a little more self-motivation, but Imaginism Studios and Society of Visual Storytelling have tons of courses by comics artists and animators.

4. I do art digitally for the most part. I use Clip Studio Paint (also known as Manga Studio), which is a program made specifically with comics artists in mind. I highly recommend it. I used to use Photoshop and Illustrator, but I've since switched to using CSP exclusively. Seems like Medibang Paint has a comparable set of tools, tho. I also use a Wacom Tablet to draw. Someday I'll have a Cintiq :'D

Thanks for the welcome, and I hope your arts learning goes well!

At 8:07am on April 25, 2017, Keith Bradbury said…

Yes, we will be at PopCon. We have the Doctor Who booth. PopCon is usually a very fun convention; we like it.

At 10:08pm on April 24, 2017, James Stevenson said…

Thank You K.G.! Have a wonderful day and God bless!

At 3:39pm on March 12, 2017, Baden Thomas Hohapata said…

Thankyou! Im writing a childrens book(almost finished) and am seeking an illustrator as I have a publishing agreement with Lighthouse Publishing! 

ill post an advert in the next couple of days:)

God bless everyone and thankyou for the opportunity of being apart of this society!


At 5:39am on December 17, 2016, Quayla Cheers said…

Thank you, K.G! ^.^ God bless! :)

At 3:02pm on October 19, 2016, Matt Crotts said…

Thanks for the suggestion to post my Inktober sketches on Paigeeworld - I've gone ahead and unlocked and then done it :)

At 5:28pm on August 12, 2016, T.R. Racki said…

Thank you for the welcome message.


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