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Computers And Making Comics, Part 4

Tweet Ladies and gentlemen, we have reached the end of my look at the computer in making comics. Be sure to read the previous entries.  You’ll have to check other sources to see how specifically draw on the computer. One … Continue reading

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Computers and Making Comics, Part 3

Tweet I have talked about hardware when it comes to using computers to making comics.  What about software? There’s many choices out there.  All drawing programs come down to two kinds – raster and vector.  Raster-based programs have images depicted … Continue reading

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Computers and Making Comics, Part 2

Tweet Picking up from where we left off last time, I’ll talk some more about computers and how they tie into making comics. In this particular blog post, friends, I’ll discuss hardware.  Before we get started, I need to emphasize … Continue reading

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Computers and Making Comics, Part 1

Tweet Today, I’m going to talk about a tool in making comics that I haven’t really touched on yet.  That is the computer. In today’s highly digital, Internet connected age, the computer has become one of the standard tools in … Continue reading

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Thomas Edison and My Comics

Tweet When it comes to doing Sunnyville Stories, any sort of Kickstarter or crowdfunding effort or comics in general, this quote sums up my attitude. “When I have fully decided that a result is worth getting I go ahead of … Continue reading

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The Next Ten Stories

Tweet This week, Sunnyville Stories Volumes 1 and 2 got reviewed on No Flying No Tights. The review overall was a mixed bag.  While the review praised the art style and the nostalgic feel, there was some rough spots noted. … Continue reading

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Sunnyville Stories Episode 8 Thumbnails

Tweet Work on Sunnyville Stories episode 8 “Make the Grade” is proceeding full steam. At the same time, I’m also working on my graphic novel Von Herling, Vampire Hunter as well as the content for Sunnyville Stories Volume 2 and a possible third … Continue reading

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Making Comics By Jason Brubaker

Tweet There’s a new blog in town and it talks about making comics.  While I’ve discussed the subject myself frequently, I thought I’d share this new blog. Jason Brubaker, creator of reMIND, started up this new blog appropriately titled Making … Continue reading

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Review: Making Comics

Tweet Today, I have another book review to share with you.  There’s a lot of texts out there about making comics.  Most of them are basic and cover drawing, character design, differences in drawing males and females, basic gags and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Framed Ink

Tweet This week, your humble creator, Max West, has a book review up.  It’s something that can help anyone who works in comics and maybe even in filmmaking.  This book review is for Framed Ink: Drawing and Composition for Visual … Continue reading

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