Category Archives: webcomic

Favourite webcomics, Day 5: The Bean

I first became aware of The Bean by Travis Hanson when I joined the Making Graphic Novels forum and spent the first couple of months getting to know people through their webcomics that they were working on. Travis had a … Continue reading

Favourite webcomics, Day 4: Delilah Dirk

The only way I can describe Delilah Dirk is that it’s the best mash-up of Indiana Jones and Disney animated movies that I’ve seen (and I realize that Disney owns Indiana Jones now…). To be honest, Delilah Dirk is the … Continue reading

Favourite webcomics, Day 3: reMIND and Sithrah

Just like Tuesday’s post, I’ve posted about reMIND before a couple of times (here, here and here). It remains one of my favourite webcomics and was actually the very first webcomic that I discovered, read and followed consistently. I’ve made … Continue reading

Favourite webcomics, Day 2: Stand Still Stay Silent

This is the newest webcomic that I’ve just found and started reading and I’m really excited about. I think I saw a tweet on Twitter with some of Minna Sundberg’s art in it (that was only last week, so you’d … Continue reading

Favourite webcomics, Day 1: Nathan Sorry

I’m going to start with Nathan Sorry for no particular reason other than it’s one of my favourites. This webcomic is by Rich Barrett and was started way back in 2009. I mentioned Nathan Sorry long ago when I purchased … Continue reading

Let’s talk about webcomics!

I don’t usually post anything on Monday’s* (except maybe a #lunchtimedrawing) but today I’m making an exception because I want to spend the week focusing on “webcomics”. I tend to talk a lot about “comics” in general and don’t really … Continue reading

Changing end goals

Back when I was starting this project, I was really following the lead of other the creators who were members of the Making Graphic Novels forum (guys like Jason Brubaker, Rich Barrett and Travis Hanson to name a few). So … Continue reading

Shadows: page 2

Creeping in the dark… This page was pretty fun to do and I seem to remember saying that not drawing people really sped things up a bit. That’ll change, but for now it’s all about setting the overall tone for … Continue reading

Chapter 1 – collected

I remember saying once that I wasn’t going to rework any pages. Then last summer I started putting together the collected edition THE BEGINNING and decided that the colouring for Chapter 1 really needed to be reworked for print. I … Continue reading

Coda – Part 2

To make things simple, today’s post is the complete spread so that you can see it all in one. Alright, I promised an explanation back on Tuesday’s post and I guess CODA itself is the explanation. Let me explain. I’ve … Continue reading