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367 - Cybertech - A slow panoramic introduction ...
All the planning and set up in the world will never count for anything if you never start your webcomic, so just put your own to paper and begin!
“Getting started on a webcomic” is what we chat about here. I was inspired by PitFace's newspost about a ...
In this Quackcast we chat about all the different options for hosting your webcomic. At the moment it seems the fashionable new young kiddies on the block are Webtoons and Tapastic, but they're certainly NOT the only choices for webcomic hosts out there and certainly not the best ...
If you have been on the forums over the last few months, you would notice that DrunkDuck's very own brilliant artist, fallopiancrusader, has been creating videos in which he demonstrates how he creates his illustrations on computer.
One type of art he has mastered is conceptual sketches using technical ...
Not long ago we successfully funded a new feature coming to drunkduck very soon, namely a notification system so that you no longer miss those wonderful comments your comics! Work has progressed quickly and the new feature is now in beta and ready for you lovely members of DD to ...
TheDeeMan has some news!
Hi Drunk Duck,
A little DD news for the site. Coydog and me (TheDeeMan) have published “Hit Girlz” as a graphic novel. It's out now and on Amazon:
So here we are.
The final part.
The end of the journey.
Settle in kids because this is looooong. I’m going to get a bit real and it may be confronting for some people so I just want to warn you.
I was in my final year of university ...
Last week I decided to be indulgent and explain where I came from as a webcomic creator and this week I am finishing that story, at least up to where I am now. It was so lovely reading all your comments about your origins. It is very easy to look ...
This week we mine Banes's ideas about damaged protagonists. Does having physiologically damaged protagonists (as opposed to merely flawed), make them more realistic or relatable? I think we came to the conclusion that this isn't necessarily the case at all, in fact it can mean the opposite ...
What usually comes to mind when staring at a blank white wall on the outside of a building or on the inside of a nice restaurant? I am no stranger to mural art in all parts of the process: I have studied it, designed for it, and painted many around ...