Having seen a few reactions to last week’s, I realise that I’ve not been clear enough, so I’ve to redrawn this one and posted it again. You can see it here. If you don’t get it now, it just means that you don’t have a filthy mind and you can congratulate yourself on not being a filthy reprobate.
Hey guys, I had the pleasure of appearing on the 119th episode of TGT Webcomics podcast this week with Kurt Sasso and Byron Wilkins of 1977. You can check it out here: http://tgtwebcomics.com/podcast/ep119-djbogtrotter/
“It’s pretty simple. Every comic starts with a random line of dialogue or some little idea for the first panel. Beyond that, we have no idea where it’s all gonna end up. Some comics take more panels than others but once they are funny, we stop drawing and post it!
On weekends, you’ll hopefully see guest posts from other webcomicers! As long as we have the submissions, we will be posting one every weekend! A little treat for everyone.”
And guess what? It’s me who’s on it this weekend. And you can see what I DUIF’d (cool acronym, it’s bound to catch on) right here.
So if you have a webcomic, get one in there and you could be the next DUIFer (see, I told you it would catch on).
One of the things I’ve enjoyed most about starting up a webcomic is getting involved in the thriving online community attached to it. Through forums and Twitter, I’ve discovered many other webcomics and gotten to ‘know’ (in a very 21st century, online kind of way) many other webcomic artists and creators. One such guy is David Shirley, known as t_iii on Twitter, and he started his webcomic Fera at around the same time I started this (early 2009). But instead of crudely drawn cartoons and cheap gags, he’s producing an epic steam-punk/fantasy webcomic. Fera follows the exploits of a rag tag group of would-be heroes as they embark on a journey that will take them across their homeworld and beyond. Set on the lost planet of Mu, which recently reappeared in the skies above a war-torn future Earth (12 millenia after its mysterious disappearance).
So, check out the archives and if you like what you see, you can tell him in person at The London Film & Comic Con where he’ll be making his very first convention appearance.