Submitted by bobweiner on January 12, 2009 - 21:48
As usual, Iâ€™m a little late in posting the show notes up for last Saturdayâ€™s Sequential Artistsâ€™ Pub podcast. Once again we had an excellent
turn-out - the topic of discussion was using color effectively - both in branding your website, as well as your webcomic. The following links were mentioned:
Submitted by bobweiner on December 13, 2008 - 00:56
We had a fairly good turnout for tonight’s show. Topics included: the writing process, figure drawings tips for newbies (with links), and resources for cartoonists. Participating on the show this week:
Liz Walsh @litazia
Comics Grrl @comics_grrl
Scott Story @sstory
Javier Hernandez @JavierHernadez
Notable links discussed in the show included:
an online version of Preston [...]
Submitted by bobweiner on October 4, 2008 - 21:30
On Friday, another episode of the Sequential Artists’ Pub took place. The start of the hour focused on social networks and marketing techniques, followed by a critique of the Garrett William’s webcomic Kenny Chronicles, and of course, the weekly Artists’ Picks.
On the call and in the participating in the chat were:
Submitted by moovok on November 3, 2007 - 08:59
The Kid's Book Project is only two pages away from the end which means that soon enough the pre-order page will change as the book will be finally get ready to get printed with the wonderful cover by Liz Greenfield. The wonderful pages, all 55 artists have contributed to one individual page, all spanning either backwards or forwards.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on February 27, 2007 - 22:19
Well they were all great actually! Today's Blind Date II comics come from:
- The very last one is from Liz Walsh (Tao of Geek) and Andy Floyd (Eat The Roses). Damn you autocomplete!!!
- The one before that is from Ben Bittner (Cooking With Anne) and Alina Pete (Weregeek). I got more dates then my man Zombie Chuck Woolery!
- And the one before that is from Eric Millikin (Fetus-X) and Nicholaus Ivan Ladendorf (NILgravity). Eric was nominated for Outstanding Romantic Comic
Thanks to everyone who played this year. I always forget how much admin. work these things entail but they're also kind of fun -- I hope others enjoyed reading the resulting comics as much as I did.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on April 26, 2005 - 00:40
with major apologies to the Nails
Meredith Gran was a superhero girl
and I was afraid of a girl like that.
Submitted by Erik Melander on November 18, 2004 - 07:03
From the FAQ:
Web comic artists submit their comics to a list, and on a specific day, a random comic (*not* their own!) is sent to them. That artist must then produce a guest comic, or a piece of fan art, for that comic.
December 5th is the closing date for submissions when comics will be assigned and on December 22nd the guest comics may be revealed. A number of webcomics have already signed up.
Liz Walsh is 26 years old and a fairly recent graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, where she studied computer science and earned her geek spurs. She grew up and still lives in Ottawa and describes herself as a "creative, passionate, thoughtful, antisocial, ambitious, [and] short temper[ed] (*grin*)" type of person. Her webcomic, Tao of Geek, is about geekery of all stripes, from computers and video games to role-playing games to anime. Walsh is a fan of geeks and her webcomic shows it.
"Geeks can be funny. Geeks can be serious," says Walsh. "It's all in who they are. They're more than just fanatics of some games, or people who dream in C++. They've got minds. They've got family. They've got friends. They've got personality. They can be the person that has aspirations of being on the stage based on how well they roleplay Garok the Mighty. They can be the person whose impeccable logic (from long nights of programming) lets them win any debate they enter, even against tenured politicians. They can be the person who creates a media empire based on the fantasy world they created during those long lectures at school. They can be *anyone*."