Submitted by chuckwheel on October 16, 2008 - 07:07
Here I start to address the issue of hot warrior princesses always being married to nerdy wizards in fantasy comic strips.
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 15, 2008 - 07:31
Cuthpert is Cuthpert Codpeace, Spirekassle's most prominent citizen. More about him in Volume 1 Book 3
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 15, 2008 - 06:15
This weekend I'm participating in a Live Online chat hosted by RPGLife.com
I'll be discussing Pewfell, answering questions on the characters and world, how I make the strip and fantasy webcomics in general.
The event will take place in RPGLife's Live Chat Tavern, this Saturday, October 18th from 4pm until 6pm Pacific Standard Time (That's 7-9 pm Eastern, 12-2 am in the UK).
You might need to register for a free RPGLife account to get in, but otherwise simply point your browser to:
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 14, 2008 - 17:55
The Illyham project is a shared universe created on livejournal by Candians Sean Esty & Steve LeCouillard (Steve's 'Much the Miller's Son' was recently featured here on WoU). Illyham is a town in a swords & sorcery setting.
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 9, 2008 - 05:25
I figured it was time to have Tina get into some action, and zombies are always fun to draw. I love Zombies... as you will know out if you have read Pewfell Volume 4.
Some people have commented that their blood is too red for zombies. Perhaps I should have gone all Frank Miller and done it black, what do you think?
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 8, 2008 - 06:18
Kris Verwimp is a European artist whose work I have admired for years -- I've had a link to his work on my links page pretty much since I first had a links page. I just popped over to his site for the first time in ages and saw a ton of great new works. He had a very darkly gothic style and specializes in heavy metal album covers, which he has a ton of on his site -- he's really very prolific. His style is classic, but original at the same time, full of imaginative detail. It has a gritty, hand-made feel and is not overly polished, just full of raw emotion and really fun to look at.
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 7, 2008 - 17:43
One of the themes that runs through Pewfell is that no good deed will go unpunished. Particularly if Bish is involved.
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 6, 2008 - 17:10
I have no real explanation for this strip. I can tell you that I don't like custard, so perhaps this is about that.