Sam Beck is a comic artist and freelance illustrator from Toronto. She writes and draws the webcomic Verse! Synopsis: Verse is a low-fantasy action/drama comic. It follows Fife and Neitya, two kids from vastly different backgrounds whose paths become intertwined in mysteries and machinations much larger than themselves. When Fife sets out on a journey… Continue reading The Fantastic World of Verse!
Week #2 has been graced with slice of life drama, complex relationships and urban fantasy! Here We Are, by Dirchansky, is a series of intertwined comics about ordinary people navigating their lives and relationships. It features a cast of folks in a logger sports team, but the comic isn’t about logger sports (HA!), it’s about… Continue reading Week #2 Recap
C.R. Fahey is a Brooklyn-based artist creating urban fantasy webcomics such as Saints’Quarter. She also works another comic, Avibus, but this interview will focus on Saints’Quarter because there’s a Kickstarter going on for book 1! Check it out! Now! It ends on April 6! Hurry! Synopsis: Saints’Quarter is an urban fantasy/horror-drama comic series that focuses… Continue reading Kickstarting an Urban Fantasy Comic – Saints’Quarter
Kat Gemmill is a stay at home mom and former baker. Currently in Seattle, formerly from McKinleyville California, she is the creator of Magnetic North. Magnetic North is a slice of life story that follows Steve, Jugsy, and Roy from their small town high school graduation through the first year of college, losing high school… Continue reading College, Angst and Awkwardness – Magnetic North
Dirchansky is an artist and writer from Canada who makes a wide variety of things, including comics (print and web), games, illustration, etc. She likes to tell stories through visual media and is the creator of a webcomic called Here We Are. Here We Are is a series of intertwined comics about ordinary people navigating… Continue reading Love, Life and Logging – Here We Are!
Lirvilas hails from the woods of Wiconsin and is currently working on Grinder$ – a NSFW webcomic that pokes fun at office politics. Grinder$ is the story of Donna Panks, who can sell anything. But when management threatens to run the company into the ground, will she wind up back where she started, slinging lattes… Continue reading Grinder$ – Office Management, Lattes and Cheesecake
Ink, Sweat and Tears had an AMAZING launch week! For those of you just tuning in, two weeks ago, I made an announcement that I’m starting up a blog and weekly newsletter to showcase webcomics from all over the world and the response has been mind-blowing. As of now, I have a queue of over… Continue reading Ink, Sweat and Tears Week 1 Recap!
JasonD writes, produces, and manages the webcomic Garage Band. He likes to smoke cigarettes even though he has asthma, buy cool and expensive Nike SB shoes that he never wears, and drink Rockstar Energy. There’s not much else to know about him. Garage Band is the story of 3 dysfunctional teenagers in a punk band,… Continue reading Garage Band – Three Dysfunctional Teenagers Savor Youth While They Can
The Strangerous is a trilingual fella, who juggles between native Polish, secondary English and recently Spanish. In late 2019, he wrapped up his arena-shooter inspired comic called Arena Gunslinger, also known as El Arenero (yes, there is a Spanish version)! Clocking in at a whopping 194 pages, Arena Gunslinger is full of action, gun tricks,… Continue reading Arena Gunslinger – A Spaghetti Western With a Twist!?
I will always say that working on your project is the easiest part of your creative endeavor while marketing is the hardest part. Let’s face it: marketing stinks. It is the most soul-sucking (and possibly least fulfilling) part of your journey. It’s like walking down a really gravely road with no shoes on and no… Continue reading Tips For Creators #1 – The Creator Bio