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making a webcomic is easy, here's all the things you'll need:

- be out of your goddamn mind
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moping about art fight and my own lack of confidence making art for other people 

@David_A_Webcomic I'm not participating in the art fight but I felt like drawing your David. So, well, here he is. :)

:krita: 's perspective tools are great!

(This is a sketch for the page that will go online in two weeks. Normally I pencil on paper, but for things like this, Krita's just too handy.)

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4 frame #comic I just did. I know, it's a classic joke, but why not? Good ideas are there to share ^_^

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Yesterday I did a quick commission for @yncke of their enormous ship "Solar Wind", a centuries old station with living quarters, shuttle hangars and research labs.

Read the full story at nanomango.yncke.be!

#MastoArt #CreativeToots #Art #3D #3DArt #b3d #Blender #EEVEE #render #space #scifi #sciencefiction #spacestation #spaceship #design

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I haven't decided yet if I'm going to do the June , but at least I'm ready for it: I've finally gotten around to bundling the three previous episodes which make up the second issue in one PDF to make it easier to read as a whole. :)

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I got to draw the poster for the autumn edition of the Gentse Stripbeurs (Ghent comic fair). (Yay! :D) I'll be signing my Per'Bat (and the poster :) ) on the spring edition next week.

Coloured with :krita: , lettering with :inkscape: .

I promise you, Ohn Mar's name's on this list in today's page of my . :)

Little sneak peek for next Wednesday's page, because I'm pretty happy I persevered with those battlements. :)

I just realised tomorrow's when is going to released... A pleasant realisation, because somehow I was off by a week. :s

Yesterday I uploaded a new page for my after a hiatus of over a month. (Shame on me. :s)

It feels good to be back in the flow.

O, polls! :D Let's give this a spin. *grin*

Webcomics:

Allrighty, my contribution for is done. :D I'm going to leave it be for a week so I can have a fresh look for the small mistakes before sending it in.

@Rheall I dreamt I saw @Aila . And I must say, :ailapup: is as adorable in dream land as in the pictures. :)

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@yncke I haven't really finished some of the notes but here:

1. tectonic plates to offer some explanation of mountain ranges + lattitude lines to keep track of climate. in general the planet i have in mind is much more wide around the middle than earth. a bit more pumpkin shaped.
2. a kind of map of global air currents, which actually is informed by the map instead of the reverse. useful for tradewinds/determining where tropical storms might be
3. my original map! made w/ inkarnate

I've finished inking page 5 of 6 for my contribution to .

Here's a non-spoiler piece of the sketch that turned out quiet nice, in my opinion. :)

An eyeopener - for me - from Scott McCloud's "Making comics" : you can have complex backgrounds and simple characters. (He uses "Bone" as a reference, if I remember correctly.)

So I stopped worrying about keeping foreground and background in the same style, and
discovered that a detailed background once in a while helps to establish things better in my head.

*checks off an item on the TODO list* Now I can get started on my contribution to for real! (Yay!)

Here's the first draft of the thumbs for the first three pages.

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