Blank Label Comics is hosting a webcomic telethon to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina. It will be held the week of Sept. 12 at www.webcomictelethon.com. Actual dates are to be announced later.
Brad Guigar, who has organized previous webcomics telethons benefitting MDA (http://mda.altbrand.com/01mda.shtml), is organizing the event.
All of the revenue generated from site advertising, donations, and proceeds from merchandise bought through the site will be donated to the Red Cross to help in disaster relief.
The site will be updated several times during the course of the telethon with new comics, encouraging readers to come back often to see the new strips and donate money when their favorites are displayed.
If you’d like to participate, please do the following:
(1) Contact Brad Guigar at email@example.com and tell him you will be participating. This will help us plan the event.
(2) Do a comic. Now. It doesn’t have to be about hurricanes or disasters or the importance of charity… but those themes are appreciated. The final should be no wider than 600 pixels. Any depth is fine. Do not include a large title, in the image… that will be included in a text line under your comic, linked back to your site.
(3) Send your comic to firstname.lastname@example.org. GIF, PNG and JPEG are all acceptable formats. In your e-mail, include your name(s), the title of your strip, and your URL.
Two veteran webcartoonists have joined forces with Blank Label Comics — a recently formed co-op of independent cartoonists.
Dave Kellett, creator of Sheldon, and Greg Dean, creator of Real Life, bring a total of twelve years of webcomics experience to the group. Each will play key roles in the group’s ongoing development.
Blank Label Comics proudly announces a new approach to self-publishing for cartoonists. Blank Label is a cooperative group of cartoonists who are helping one another succeed as independents.
These six cartoonists, previously hosted at Keenspot, are banding together for cross-promotion and advertising. Each is using his proficiency in a particular aspect of the cartooning business to help the others — who are doing the same in return.
Greystone Inn, the daily webcomic by Brad Guigar, celebrates five years on the Web today.
Greystone Inn appears daily in newspapers such as the Philadelphia Daily News and the Stanford Daily. It appears regularly in the Turlock Journal and the Maine Campus. And a selected strip appears every month in Computer Arts magazine. Continue Reading
Courting Disaster, Brad Guigar’s new weekly comic about love, relationships, sex, and other disasters, has officially launched its own website. Readers of Guigar’s primary comic strip, Greystone Inn, got a three-week preview of the single-panel comic when the cartoonist took a three-week vacation over the holidays.
The Web site is a companion site for Guigar’s book, “The Everything Cartooning Book,” published by Adams Media.
Cartoonists can submit work for critique, ask questions in the discussion forum, share helpful advice, find a collaborator, and discuss cartooning in general. There’s a classified ad area where freelancers can find clients, clients can find freelancers, and writers amd artists can find a collaborator. Continue Reading
A new book by Greystone Inn’s Brad Guigar, “The Everything Cartooning Book,” starts appearing in bookstores nationwide this week.
It covers all forms of print cartooning from conception to creation to promotion to publication. It covers comic strips, single-panel gag comics, political cartoons, caricature and more. It starts with the mechanics of drawing and goes even further with chapters on perspective, composition, character design, and lettering. Continue Reading
Today, the weekly Webtoon Trivia Quiz returns to Greystone Inn in a new, interactive format.