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The Difference Between Comics, eComics and Webcomics

There is no real difference between a comic, e-comics. or webcomics, aside from their delivery methods. Compare: Comic Books and Comic Strips are …

The Green-Eyed Monster: Dealing With Jealousy As A Creator

Envy is a normal, though unpleasant part of the human experience. Creative people tend to be a sensitive bunch, so the effects …

Comic Tips Round-Up for 11/26/2014

Did you know that if you use Comic Easel’s location tags, you can link them to maps, like so? If you are …

Really Uncomfortable Stuff To Think About In Regards To Webcomics

Audience Myth Busting Do you believe the conventional wisdom about webcomics being a small industry, where upsetting the wrong apple in one cart …

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Helpful Cast Page Stuff

Let’s face it: making cast pages for your characters is a gigantic pain in the butt. A detailed cast page provides an …

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Comic Easel Tricks That You Probably Didn’t Know About, Part 2

Customization tips Comic Easel and ComicPress work great together. Alas, they look like Comic Easel and ComicPress. Thankfully, there are ways to fix that. So once …

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Creative Commons Character: Cecilia Mayaguez

Cecilia Mayaguez was a character that I wanted to use as a protagonist for a web-only comic before webcomics were a thing. I …

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Creative Commons Characters: Rejected Illustration for Blog That Doesn’t Exist Anymore

I don’t know what this was for. It doesn’t really matter because, the site that I submitted it to no longer exists. …

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Creative Common Characters: Thrift Revolution

This was my last attempt at doing anything specific to children. It would’ve been a print/webcomic effort to create a DIY punk-ethos story …

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Creative Commons Characters: The Complete Adopt-A-Freak Series.

If you are past your twenties, then you probably remember those cheesy Adopt-A-Cute-Graphic things that were all the rage in the mid-to-late nineties. The …