After returning from vacation last week, I finally finished page 20. The new graphic tablet Im using has truly sped up my work and made me be more detailed.
I’ll also be adding the new Shield of Justice pages this upcoming Sunday, March 31st due to my vacation last week.Make sure to subscribe for updates and check out The Duck Webcomics and Smack Jeeves for the extra Shield of Justice webcomic pages.
The bad news first, I screwed up the page 20 ink work so I have to go back and redo it, so another setback looks to be in order. Good news, my new graphic screen tablet arrived Saturday and this thing is incredible! I started over this morning on the ink and it’s so much easier using this. More on this on the Learning Curve podcast this week. Stay Tuned and be blessed.
Now that is how an action game should be done. It had the simplest of plots but it was added on by story, characters and exceptional gameplay. I still have a lot of realms to visit, but for now this game has been a fun ride.
Happy belated 2019 everyone. It has been too long since I’ve sat down and actually had time to write a blog with some significance or what I felt was on my mind to share. I have been working on my web comics for 8 years and I can say that it has been a great time for me. I love learning new ideas about making them, from the technology to the style that I use in my art. It also is a great way for me to relax and cope with stress before I start my morning. I normally do some type of art work before heading in to work, and it helps me to focus. With that being said, there are some downsides to making my web comics, and my biggest one comes up more times than I feel that it should..Time.
I talked about this before on my podcast The Learning Curve that time is truly not on my side when creating my web comics. I’ve focused on carving out pockets of time (in the mornings), and although I feel that I’ve been better at balancing my time with my life and web comics, I want more time to actually work to be better. I’m not saying that I’m stopping with making web comics. I’m saying the opposite, I’m hoping in 2019 that I can make MORE time. All I want is to make the type of web comics that people can read ad enjoy, like I do when I read so many great stories.
Let me know what types of problems you face making your web comics.
Well, it’s been a half year of online school and constant grinding but I finally got a few weeks off to relax a bit and get back to what I would like to do: Draw. I’ve been working on the Shield of Justice while in school, but I didn’t get to finish it like I wanted. Hopefully, I can get more pages completed. Stay tuned.