#1 Posted by somechick_73 (11 posts) - - Show Bio

Anyone got one or am I the only one who does webcomics around here? I wanna see what you got, go go go!

And for those of you who are actually interested in reading mine: http://fbcg.comicgenesis.com

#2 Posted by Ms. Invisible (3292 posts) - - Show Bio

I used to have a series. I got bored of it though. And I've lost them all due to a unexpected reformat. But I checked out your link, they're awesome. How did you draw all the graphics? Did you draw them on paper then give them colour in a graphics program?
Post Edited:2007-09-20 07:23:21

#3 Posted by Walkingstone (10723 posts) - - Show Bio

I've been thinking about it but I'm not sure how well my ideas would work as a web-comic. I know there are professionals who have them too. Warren Ellis is starting one up soon :D

#4 Posted by somechick_73 (11 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah I did all my graphics. I just recently re-did the layout. Most of the stuff is hand drawn then scanned into adobe 5.0 LE. Although sometimes I do everything in adobe 5.0 LE.

#5 Posted by Superkitty (1089 posts) - - Show Bio

somechick_73 says:

"Anyone got one or am I the only one who does webcomics around here? I wanna see what you got, go go go!And for those of you who are actually interested in reading mine:
" />http://fbcg.comicgenesis.com"

Another thing you can do is submit your webcomic here ...

For an example of how I submitted a webcomic:

http://www.comicvine.com/comic/sam-max-the-big-sleep/19118/&i=46861

#6 Posted by somechick_73 (11 posts) - - Show Bio

Superkitty says:

"somechick_73 says:
"Anyone got one or am I the only one who does webcomics around here? I wanna see what you got, go go go!And for those of you who are actually interested in reading mine:
" />http://fbcg.comicgenesis.com"

Another thing you can do is submit your webcomic here ...

For an example of how I submitted a webcomic:

http://www.comicvine.com/comic/sam-max-the-big-sleep/19118/&i=46861

"

How do I go about doing that?

#7 Posted by Superkitty (1089 posts) - - Show Bio

somechick_73 says:

"Superkitty says:
"somechick_73 says:
"Anyone got one or am I the only one who does webcomics around here? I wanna see what you got, go go go!And for those of you who are actually interested in reading mine:
" />http://fbcg.comicgenesis.com"

Another thing you can do is submit your webcomic here ...

For an example of how I submitted a webcomic:

http://www.comicvine.com/comic/sam-max-the-big-sleep/19118/&i=46861

"

How do I go about doing that?

"

Go to the bottom of this screen and click on submission guidelines (or type it in the Search Box)

Scroll down to Create a volume - fill in title and year - see if you have a publisher that matches (if not try to get something close - the first couple of letters) - volume description: what the publication is about (optional)

add any issue you want and put in title (if any) and when published - you can give an "issue" description if you want

you probably don't have any appearances (characters) or artists in the database yet (when you finish with the volume you can create characters and artists similarly - go to submission guidelines and click whatever it is to create it - you just need a sentence or two of description if you're in a hurry or don't have that much info)

the tricky part is the image, webcomics usually don't have covers. i put in (via a .jpg file) the first panel. if the comic is yours, you can put in the whole "page" or a banner or something representative. At the "Have Comments?" section explain what's going on or contact g-man (doing most of the submissions now) if there's other questions or problems.

#8 Posted by sesquipedalophobe (4765 posts) - - Show Bio