First up: Happy birthday to Kawaii! Happy 32nd birthday and 4 year of doing admin stuff on DD ^_^
We all love and respect you on DD XX
A psychopomp is a physical manifestation of death. These are of course impossible in reality since death is a process, not ...
They say that the best and most important elements in visual arts, from movies to comics, are done well when the audience doesn’t quite notice them. And that is definitely true- research and plot development and world building are some of them about which I’ve already talked about ...
Drawing in public can be a pain! You really need to find somewhere comfortable, with lots of space, good lighting, and the right atmosphere to be able to settle down and work on your drawings… It can be tricky to find just the right posy. But it also depends ...
Who hasn’t seen this ubiquitous symbol? It’s one of the most typical motifs signifying the balance between opposing forces in the world- but also the ever alternating phases of destruction and creation, of overwhelming overturning of the status quo so the new can be created.
And that is ...
I’ll start today by talking a bit about one of the superstars in the field of Psychology (please don’t groan, it’s for a good cause):
Carl Jung was a Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist (the super sayan combo in our field). He is considered the founder of analytical ...
The most important thing when doing your comic is to maintain your enthusiasm- THIS is what helps you keep working, not feedback, not praise, not fans, but your own internal passion. Feedback is great, but you can become addicted to it and when it's not there or there ...
BEST BACKGROUND ART
Winner: Cochlea and Eustachia by hansrickheit
Presentation by Banes
BEST ANTHROPOMORPHIC COMIC
Winner: Bunny Comic by dustmeat
Presentation by El Cid
BEST ACTION WITHIN A COMIC
Winner: Putrid Meat by PIT_FACE
Presentation by KimLuster
BEST ADVENTURE COMIC
Winner: Mindfold by fallopiancrusader
Presentation by Genejoke
BEST ALL AGES ...
-Art by Mark Rothko, Red Orange Orange on Red, 1962
The first thing on my mind before I get out of bed in the morning is whether my base wardrobe is going to reflect white, black, and greys, or warm neutrals of tan, taupe, and cream. Five years ago, I ...