Submitted by Unityflow on August 11, 2009 - 14:28
I'd like to let you know that as well as being a webcomic, The Flowfield Unity has now also become an animation.
Submitted by Unityflow on June 18, 2008 - 06:48
With the current re-birth of Transplant comics, I thought it was about time that we got to know some of the creators behind the comics a bit better. So, I sent out a brief questionnaire to all of the members.
The purpose of this was mostly related to site admin and the questionnaire I sent out was more concerned with finding out exactly what everyone does, for marketing purposes etc. However, they turned up some pretty interesting trivia, so, with minimal re-formatting, I'm presenting them as a collection of mini interviews... or minterviews.
We're starting today with Scott from the ever fantastic, Journey to Mount Moriah.
Submitted by Unityflow on May 18, 2008 - 11:56
It's been a long time, but the all-new Flowfield Unity book is now available to buy.
I wanted to explain (or perhaps justify) why I’ve turned my back on the Print on Demand method of producing comic books and started making the all-new The Flowfield Unity book by hand.
Submitted by Unityflow on October 23, 2007 - 04:30
Webcomics are a great way to show off your artistic talents online. You can even make money with them, with a little bit of luck, if you do it the right way.
When I started The Flowfield Unity, I had experience in handling comics in print, but had absolutely no idea how to create and manage a webcomic. This article is my attempt to collect together everything I have found out through research and trial and error.
This article is written with a small press ethos in mind, that is 'if anything can be done, it can be done for free'. Hopefully running a webcomic may make you some money (though be prepared for the amount to be 'not very much'), but it certainly should cost you little more than your time.Â
Submitted by Unityflow on January 10, 2007 - 10:11
This is not an attack on those that create sprite-based comics, nor the comics themselves... just merely an observation:
Submitted by Unityflow on January 10, 2007 - 10:01
This is the first installment of a series of articles about the lengths people will go to in order to get their comics (or 'zines - we don't discriminate) into print and distributed. The names have been changed where necessary for legal reasons, but the rest is true.
Part 1 - Get 'em if you can.
Submitted by Unityflow on November 28, 2006 - 09:14
Submitted by Unityflow on November 17, 2006 - 06:33
Hello, you asked to be grilled, and this is what you get... How did a webcomic creator such as yourself end up in Aberystwyth? Is this some sort of punishment for a crime perhaps?
Submitted by Unityflow on November 17, 2006 - 06:21
I'll probably think of some more interesting questions as we get into this, but I suppose a good place to start is: What made you decide to start a webcomic?