DRAGON*CON IS COMING!

AUGUST 29th - Sept 1st in Atlanta, GA!

I will be there in the Artist Alley in the Hyatt Grand Hall East. TBL46!

So if you’re going to the biggest convention in the South East, make sure you stop by my table and say hi! 

Just when I’m about to cancel my loot crate subscription the keep pulling me back in… #iamgroot #turtlepower

Looks like I have a table assignment for #dragoncon I’m not sure where it is on the floor plan! But I’ll be at TBL46!

HAPPY NEW COMIC BOOK DAY!!

Today I am proud to announce the release of my creator owned comic: Dalrak the Mighty #1 on iBooks!

I’m really excited about this version exclusively available on iBooks because it includes episode 27 of the Bald Solo Podcast where Seth and I talk about the process of creating comics. As well as the video trailer to my other creator owned comic: Shadows of Oblivion. Plus some other interactive stuff that you can only do on the iPad!

If you don’t know, Dalrak the Mighty was initially created by sethtalley and myself during 24 hour comic day. The book tells the story of A mild mannered man from Cincinnati, Dalrak, who is transported to a fascinating and ancient land where he unwittingly falls into the roll of the land’s protector. Come and see how Dalrak manages to wade through the quagmire of dragons, goblins, and more!

Written by Seth Talley

Illustrated by Shawn McCauley (that’s me!)

DOWNLOAD ON iBOOKS NOW!

And if you’re the kind of person who prefers your comics printed on paper, or on ComiXology, don’t worry, those versions are coming soon.  iBooks was just the first one out of the gate!

Most importantly Make Comics, not Excuses!

Do you have a tablet?

thegreatshono:

I’m thinking about taking advantage of computer tablet’s unique ability to interact with the screen to make unique kind of comics.

But first i’m curious if any of you even have tablets. If so let me know what you have! I don’t need the model or anything like that, just the os. 

So do you have an iPad? Android? Windows? Other?

I should make myself clear.  I’m not going to be drawing on these tablets.  The tablets will be the method in which you read the comic I create.  So I want to know what kind of tablet you use. iPad, Android, Windows, kindle etc.   Not tablets like wacom’s drawing tablets. 

Do you have a tablet?

I’m thinking about taking advantage of computer tablet’s unique ability to interact with the screen to make unique kind of comics.

But first i’m curious if any of you even have tablets. If so let me know what you have! I don’t need the model or anything like that, just the os. 

So do you have an iPad? Android? Windows? Other?

I clearly hate myself. Why would I write and design a city that requires me to draw every building with different vanishing points. It’s like I care or something… #drawing #perspective #art #comics #make comics

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Hey, all. This is a comic I started on 24 Hour Comic Day, but I only managed to complete 12 pages on that day. That makes it a technical failure, but I decided it was worth finishing regardless of that.

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I'm an Indie Comic book artist. I've freelanced for mostly small companies as well as self publish my own comic. I get asked alot of questions on how I got into comics, how to draw, and/or how I started creating my own self published comic.

As I'm answering these questions I'm finding most peoples create excuses for themselves. Something to justify the fact that they're not trying very hard. The truth is if you want to do something, ANYTHING, whether it's making comic books or being in the circus, there is no excuse for not perusing your dream.

This blog will show work in progress, and tutorials on drawing and making comics in general, as well as feature some motivation to pursue your dreams and stop making excuses. I'll also be posting pages from my own self published comic to prove that I'm not a hypocrite and I practice what I preach.

So lets Stop making excuses and start making comics!

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