Category Archives: comic

Shapereader: Tactile Language

Shapereader is tactile language designed to allow the creation of universally accessible narrative works of tactile literature . . . Shaperader is comics book for the blind, and others who can’t use conventional print media. It was developed by Finnish conceptual artist Ilan Manouach … Continue reading

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Cat Pee

Been very busy lately, doing some cleaning… This could take a while.

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A Collage

I was messing around, working to develop my GIMP skills, and created this collage today. Since I haven’t posted anything in a while, it can’t hurt to upload it… There’s a handful of elements in here. I wasn’t tracking them … Continue reading

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David Malki, creator of WONDERMARK, contributed a page to issue 9 (V2) of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (if you’re not reading it, you really should be). In the post linked below, he details the process he used in creating the … Continue reading

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Influences Part 1: David Bowie, Cut-up Writing

No matter what genre of music, film, or art you like, the number artists and creative celebrities passing since the start of 2016 has been staggering. Putting the best face on these losses, the outpouring of tributes speaking to the … Continue reading

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Motivation and Starting Early

I ran across this today via boingboing: “Sitting Bull: A Life Story” as told in in comic form. I recommend taking a look at it, not necessarily because it’s by a ten year old girl–her name is Sasha Matthews–a lucky kid from … Continue reading

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Achewood, Language & Realism in the Face of Absurdity

Unarguably one of the best comics of the past 15 years, Achewood* continues to gain new fans and maintain undiminished luster, despite having not produced a regular story since about 2012. Chris Onstad started Achewood* at the cusp of the … Continue reading

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