From “How are you (in haiku?)“:
Don’t need to refresh
the Kickstarter again yet!…
well, maybe just once…
…in other words, the campaign is live for Volume 2 of Leif & Thorn!
The Kickstarter to print Volume 2 launches in just a few weeks!
It’s going to look something like this:
(Patreon supporters have already seen the unblurred version. The rest of you, hang tight.)
I also finished the giant full-cast portrait, as dictated by the Favorite Character Poll!
Here’s what that looks like…so far:Continue reading Say something nice about Leif & Thorn
Follow this link to get your cute enamel versions of Patrick, Tiernan, or both.
(Shipping for 2 pins is the same as for 1, so you might as well get both!)
They come with free ebooks to sweeten the deal, and there may be other digital treats posted for backers along the way.
This is a Quickstarter, which means the fundraising goal is low ($650) and the deadline is near (July 11, at 11:59 PM, US Eastern). Good news is, there’s no limit on backers, and no rule against overfunding.
Avengers: Infinity War is on Netflix now, which means I finally watched it! (No spoilers in this post, though.)
(Okay, it’s only a year since the release. Feels like longer. Maybe because time has passed so slowly these last few years…or because Marvel’s dropping new films within months of each other these days.)Continue reading While the rest of the internet gets hyped for Endgame, I…just saw Infinity War. (and I’m gonna make it about webcomics, b/c of course)
Comics history nerd interlude ahead.
There’s a thing newspaper comics do for the Sunday paper, where they’re designed to be modular. Every individual paper’s layout artist can crop and rearrange them in various ways.
The lowest-effort way to do it is to have an optional row that’s just the logo — it can be the same logo panel every week, even — followed by two rows of comic. Like this Foxtrot:Continue reading That ol’ newspaper Sunday rhythm