30 Weeks, 30 Pages. It’s done!
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Stick a fork in it!

Week 29: Production D-R-A-M-A!
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God, what a week. I thought finishing films was stressful, but comics are a close second.  With film, the process is spread out into different chunks:  editing, color correction, titles, final export.  You can’t really do them all at the same time. … Read More

Week 28: Evolution of a Page.
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When I think back on all I’ve learned about making comics these last few months, my mind begins to spin.  It reminds me of when I first went to film school.  I remember being shocked when I learned that a … Read More

Week 27: Sneak Peeks
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I tried to avoid it.  I wanted to be done with the comic weeks before Comic-Con, but it’s looking more and more like we’ll be getting the comic back from the printer just before I leave for San Diego.  That means I’ll … Read More

Week 26: Queer Comics Expo
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A few weeks ago, I made a little trip to the Queer Comics Expo at San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum.  Located just around the corner from SF MoMA, the museum is a modest space with a few different galleries.  There were … Read More

Week 25: Another Evolution of a Panel
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You’d think that, after working on the comic for all these weeks, we’d be faster at designing panels, but some take more time than others; mostly because it often takes me a while to articulate what’s in my head so Tamra can add her … Read More

Week 24: Rate the 70s Hunks
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One of the panels we’re working on for the Corporeal history depicts a “male only” pool party from the early days of the Earth’s creation.  Believe me, it’ll make more sense when you see it in context.  Anyway, I was trying to determine … Read More

Week 23: Illustration Inspirations
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Well, we’re in the home stretch with inking the pages. Just six more to go! When Tamra and I started work months ago, I decided to start work in the middle of the comic. The first few pages are an … Read More

Week 22: The Studio Memo
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  About a year ago, I started Tweeting in a more sincere way.  I’d had it with all the roadblocks Facebook puts up between me and my potential audience.  They want you to pay to promote your pages.  I like Twitter … Read More

Week 21: Naming The Nemisis
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When I write, I usually choose relatively predictable names for my characters:  ones that I like, of course, but nothing too strange to draw attention.  Bizarre names are kinda show-offy, but sometimes they’re necessary like when they’re for villains.  And … Read More

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