Yet another ten minute time lapse of the comic creation process. It’s been a long time since Dom was in a comic.
It’s funny how with Matt, I’m pretty comfortable taking liberties and exaggerating his features since he’s more creation than man as a character. But with others it’s so much harder. Don’t feel I did great with panel one. If you watch the video, you’ll see I dick around with it almost endlessly, trying to figure out how to make it work.
For those just tuning in, Comic Chameleon is a free iOS app that lets you conveniently browse comics on your phone. And it honest-to-begorrah supports creators.
We’re on it with a lot of other excellent comics. I encourage you to check it out.
Recorded this week’s comic as a test for my newly upgraded computer. Ran flawlessly. Was a pleasant experience. So, as a result, you can now watch the above comic be drawn at twenty times speed in about five minutes. It may not be as nice to look at as some of my other comics, but it might still be interesting to some of you.
While Ian is setting up his new house in Ohio, today’s comic comes from Justin Swadlo of Critical Comic. Justin was kind enough to volunteer on short notice.
Paranatural is a good comic! You should give it a shot. The creator describes it as “X-men meets Ghostbusters but everyone is ten years old,” which is a good pitch, as far as pitches go.
No comic this week! Reason: I’ve packed up the Photoshop machine into a large truck and have begun moving my family across the country. We’re going by car, so this will be no short trip by any means. Some time next week, we should arrive in Ohio to begin the next stage of our adult lives! I personally can’t wait to set up my new office and figure out why my CPU/Mobo burnt out…
This also means I won’t be drawing a comic for next week either, but Matt assures me that he’s lined up a guest comic for my absence. I hope it’s to your liking!
It’s been seven years since Jes and I first finished college and moved to this coast. I’m going to miss the really amazing selection of food this city has to offer and the really nice, year round, weather. Above all, I will miss the friends I’ve made, especially those whose bonds we’ve built that make them no different than family in my eyes. Thank you all, I hope we can share roof and a meal together again soon.
Alright, till we see each other on the other side of this, I hope you all are well and thanks for reading.