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TPD 155 – Using Tapastic

November 5, 2014 by  
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This time I share a few thoughts on the experiment I’m running with the Boulder and Fleet webcomic. I’m posting the comic natively to several different channels and observing different results from each of them. Tapastic, in particular, has presented some interesting challenges in terms of interface and surprises in audience interaction. Links mentioned: Boulder […]

Read Astronaut Academy: Re-Entry in its entirety FREE

May 6, 2013 by  
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http://astronautacademy.com +Dave Roman completed the web serialization of this upcoming graphic novel Astronaut Academy today. You can now read the 180-page story for free on http://astronautacademy.com. And once you're done, if you post a review on Goodreads or Amazon and share the link on G+ or on Twitter with the #astronautacademyday  tag you'll be entered to […]

Boulder and Fleet in color!

April 12, 2013 by  
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Now you can read Boulder and Fleet: Adventurers for Hire in full color!Or get it for you tablet (and name your price) on Gumroad: http://gum.co/fotL I've been posting tons of sketches as I prepare for the new book, and another part of that prep has been testing out the look in color. So here it is! […]

Cap'n Cat's first cameo!

March 26, 2013 by  
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http://nightmareprowrestling.com/archive/issue-4-page-16/ I've made no secret of my love of +Jon David Guerra's Nightmare Pro Wrestling webcomic. It's some of the most fun and dynamic storytelling you're likely to find on the web. So I'm thrilled to see the heroes of my mini-comic Cap'n Cat: Former Shark Hunter appear in his latest update! Jon has managed […]

Comics Are Great! 73 – Finding Your Knitting with Kris Straub

March 7, 2013 by  
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Finding your venue, loving parody, Broodhollow, Kris Straub, and more! Stick to your knitting. Specialize. Find your niche. Operate in your wheelhouse. And a zillion other clichés that get thrown around. It’s been accepted as common wisdom that one should find the one thing they have some talent in and pursue that to the end. […]

Name your price for my tablet-ready 197-page graphic novel

January 19, 2013 by  
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http://gum.co/izeP During our talk with +Ryan Estrada on the Lean Into Art Cast (http://leanintoart.com/blog/2013/1/19/lia-cast-68-doing-it-wrong-with-ryan-estrada.html), we discussed a bit of the pain involved in getting PDF comics at reasonable prices and in convenient formats for our tablets. So I decided to start putting these thoughts into practice. I just put my 197-page action comedy The Front: Rebirth […]

Things just got heavy in Astronaut Academy

January 18, 2013 by  
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http://www.astronautacademy.com The characters in +Dave Roman 's new webcomic have multiple hearts (which isn't all that weird if you've played a lot of Zelda), and today we meet a heart-eating monster. Read the Mola Ram-grade drama here: http://www.astronautacademy.com #comics #webcomics Google+: Reshared 1 times Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By […]

Angry Safety Bears

January 11, 2013 by  
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Used my warm up sketch time to do some fan art for +Dave Roman's Astronaut Academy (http://astronautacademy.com). Serializing online now, so you can see how my bears stack up to his. #comics   #webcomics   #bears   Google+: Reshared 1 times Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.

Astronaut Academy Serializing Online for Free!

January 7, 2013 by  
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http://www.astronautacademy.com/ Any fans of video games, Saturday morning cartoons, and pop culture should follow that link to check out the web serialization of +Dave Roman's upcoming book, Astronaut Academy! There are 25 pages there already, and he's going to be updating every day up 'til the book's release. As soon as the book's out, I imagine […]

They'll try and talk you out of it

January 4, 2013 by  
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http://www.nothingcanpossiblygowrong.com/comic/page-159/ With her latest update of Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks blogged an answer to a reader question about how to stay motivated when so many others try to talk you out of your endeavors. It took me many years of slogging away at drawing, at internally telling all the people […]

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