Submitted by fesworks on February 1, 2008 - 03:42
Whatâ€™s the difference between drawing in a style and not drawing well? In this show, we talk about developing a style and come up with a few different approaches.
Brett Hainley Casually Rambles on the subject. Our Interview this week is with Brock Heasley of Super Fogeys! Again we have Aarin Edwards with honest Webcomic Impressions of Thick Pie and Calamities of Nature.
No webcomic review this week. But a special Happy Birthday to The Mortician of Project A.D.A.M.! Happy Birthday Dude!
For next week, we will be talking about Commissions and will be interviewing O of Commissioned Comic .com. Submit an audio file or plain text e-mail message to us with a question or comment about this weekâ€™s topic, or next weekâ€™s topic!
Some other sites and webcomics mentioned on this weekâ€™s show include: The Best of Whatâ€™s Left, Angry D. Monkey, Paranoia High, Masters of the Art, Ugly Hill, Peephole to Insanity, and Strip Fight.org.
Submitted by fesworks on January 24, 2008 - 22:09
Trying something new, with a Webcomic Brainstorm Session! With us is Drowemos, Gothia, and Thom -- brainstorming a new webcomic, essentially from scratch.
Brett Hainley returns with another Casual Rambling. We also have some brutally honest Webcomic Impressions of Invincible Jeff and Radcliffe with Aarin Edwards and a Webcomic Review of What Birds Know from Diana Nock!
For next week, we will be talking about Developing a Webcomic Style and will be interviewing Brock Heasley. Please â€œCALL-INâ€ or e-mail a message to us with a question or comment about this weekâ€™s topic, or next weekâ€™s topic!
Submitted by fesworks on January 18, 2008 - 18:30
Submitted by fesworks on January 6, 2008 - 17:19
The Web Cartoonistsâ€™ Choice Awards are here and in this week's Webcomic Beacon, we talk to Frank â€œDamonkâ€ Cormier all about them! Casual Ramblings from Brett Hainley continues to have no apology, and Diana Nock brings us a Webcomic Review of Dark Red. For next week, we will be talking with Mark and/or Frank from the WCCA Committee about SINGLE PANEL COMICS, with Special Guest Chris Hallbeck of The Book of Biff.
We are also newly affiliated with The Geek Media. So check them out for other geeky websites, blogs and podcasts!
Submitted by fesworks on December 28, 2007 - 16:46
We have a special guest host for this week's WEBCOMIC BEACON (link), Stan Yan, who has a number of ongoing projects, We'll be talking to him about conventions as well as interviewing him. We welcome Casual Ramblings from Brett Hainley, and no impressions because nobody e-mailed us this week, but Tanya brings us a Webcomic Review of Jazz and Jess.
This weeks show clocks in at about 50 minutes. Please "CALL-IN" or e-mail a message to us with a question or comment about this week's topic, or next week's topic!
For next week, we will be talking with Mark and/or Frank from the WCCA Committee about the Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards.
Submitted by fesworks on December 24, 2007 - 15:19
We are talking about webcomic website design this week. We also have a special guest host for this week is Joel Fagin, who has a number of tutorials, espeicaly for webcomickers to use. We got some call-ins this episode, and of course, Casual Ramblings from Brett Hainley.
Submitted by fesworks on December 14, 2007 - 03:04
Coming in at about 30 minutes (like originally intended), we present our second episode! On the topic of â€œbadâ€ art in webcomics versus itâ€™s writing, we have a spiel from EvilCouch, and another great Casual Rambling from Brett Hainley!
Submitted by fesworks on December 6, 2007 - 05:19
The Webcomic Beacon is a new netcast hosted by myself Fesworks and Tanya Higgins. It is for webcomic lovers and novice creators. We hope to do a weekly show with a weekly topic, interviews, webcomic reviews, and call-ins!
Submitted by fesworks on October 1, 2007 - 11:21
Jenny Everywhere, aka, "The Shifter", has a new website dedicated to her many adventures and comic appearancees. The Shifter Archive is now up and running and includes everything from the very first comics from the members of the Barbelith.com community to the lastest comics and cameos for the 2007 Crossover Wars! Check out the many adventures Jenny has had since 2002! Or even contribute a story of your own!
Jenny Everywhere is a free-to-use, open source comic super hero, and in a special collaboration with StripFight.org, you can celebrate the new website by submitting your very own, single page Jenny Everywhere comic! Strip Fight is back with "Draw a Jenny Everywhere Strip: Part Duex". You will have until 9:59am GMT on Oct 8th, 2007 to get your entry submitted. Then in Strip Fight style, people will be able to vote for their favorite strip! Please see the contest page for more details.