Category Archives: Grab Bag

This is a comics business update… Tom Richmond has thoughts about how to charge for freelance illustration and here is a follow up thought about usage rights policies. InkOutbreak may or may not be for you as a reader but here’s one artist’s take on it as a way to …

I hope you took a chance to get some Steve Rude art. I hope things are better now for him. The name colors my impression of him; I used to work with a guy (also) named Rude who was pretty much the zealous definition of the word. In other news, …

This post on Digital Webbing talked about leading the eye and this one talked about scene to scene transitions. Joumana of Mallak offered up some great comic making tips plus tips on offset printing and some thoughts about how she dealt with translation printings. (You can also get a look …

Once upon a time, if you were an artists, you studied under a master and plagiarized their style, as directed. They called the shots and took all the credit. You weren’t allowed to do things much your way until you became a master artist yourself. These days, though, no one …

Enter The Hero It’s an ordinary day. People go to work; they come home. They kick back and turn on the television. There’s been a terrible tragedy. Miraculously, out of nowhere a super hero has appeared and saved the day. No one knows who he is, where he came from, …

Here’s the tweet from @karasuchan: Calvin and Hobbes fans!! Give this a read, 20 pages: http://patronustrip.deviantart.com/art/CnH-Tribute-ONE-163525977 #calvinandhobbes #webcomic My hat’s off to Patronus. And here are the next 19 of them. After you read the story, ask your self if Calvin didn’t deserve all that?