I’m trying to add some bird pokemon villagers…
we had to make a comic for health class teaching about nutrition
I would really like to try getting it off the ground next year, but I need to figure some things out first. Like, (as per the pacing discussion from yesterday) I want to upload pages in batches sort of like how Meg Gedris handles Meaty Yogurt so the individual scenes flow the way I want them to, but that means it won’t have regular updates. Lack of regular updates makes a comic less profitable, so I don’t want to end MGDMT while I work on it because MGDMT is basically my unemployment insurance. Between a full time job and two webcomics, I imagine it will update at a pace not unlike Lackadaisy, but without Tracy’s absolutely out of this world art that keeps people coming back. You may have noticed I have like zero ability when it comes to techy things and even if I did between job art and internet job art there are no hours left in the day to DO web maintenance things, so hosting and maintaining a site for a personal labour of love project that will update sporadically and likely not make a lot of money becomes an issue.
Of course it’s possible once I get on it I’ll be so happy to finally be working on it I’ll crank it out, but that’s unreasonable thinking considering no matter how much you love your pet project story all comics are hard work that require a ridiculous amount of discipline to complete. Just thinking “It’ll be easy because it’s my baby and I’ve always wanted to do it!” doesn’t actually finish pages. It’s like having a pet that always needs to be fed. You want to see your friends? Nope, you have to feed your webcomic. You want to see a movie? Nope, you have to feed your webcomic. You, want to go for a hike or get some fresh air? Nope, you have to feed your webcomic. It’s working two jobs and pretending one is a hobby.
I dunno, I applied for TCAF and if I get in I’d really like to have some work on it to premiere there.
Well, looks as if I have a new favorite fashion pictorial.
Craig McCracken and Andy Bean have been nominated for the Annie Awards for their work on Wander Over Yonder. More specifically, Craig McCracken is nominated for an award in category 15 “Character Design in an Animated…
REMINESCENCE | Sasha Marini andAurelien Muller by Brice Hardelin for Vangardist November 2013
(1) Zara suit, shirt and tie Smalto (2) Smalto, scarf Zara
(3) vest Smalto, Zara scarf (4) Smalto, necklace Zara
indian-like accessories Laden