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10 October 2010, 03:33 PM
rob Note: I am sorry for the days late post of this thread.
Work got in the way

For those who wish exposure, I will be hightlighting FINISHED pages on the regular DSF Sketch of the week Plug.... This means that if you have a web comic you will get more page hits...


The idea of the Wednesday Night Comic Creators Club is exactly what its auspicious title implies. It is a club for creators of sequential art where they can share ideas, and post WIP and finished pages. The principles of this sub-section of the DSF are the same of the DSF subforum.

We never judge the artwork of new artist to be un-worthy of us.
We just encourage it.

Artists dont need have to be able to do professional quality layouts to post here.
This is a place for established artists and new artists.

If you are concerned about copyrights, dont post material that can be reproduced for print
and dont forget to post the (c) YOUR NAME on EVERY PAGE/ DESIGN you post.

Ok now lets do the regular lecture:

Hi guys, welcome to the Wednesday Night Comic Creators Club thread.

The idea of this series of week long threads is to be an incubator for your sequential
art ideas. This mean you can post ANYTHING that will facilitate the creation of your comic. (This means ideas, scripts, Concept Art, Finished art ) for:

One panel Strip
Three to Four Panel Strips
Comic Book
Storyboards (NEW!)
Think of it of a club within the forum for people who WANT to do comics.


Every Wednesday night a new week long thread will be posted on the CGTalk Daily Sketch Forum (http://forumdisplay.php/?f=130) called:Wednesday Night Comic Creators Club XXX: MONTH YEAR

This will be the CORE thread, created by the moderator, (that would be me)

You can post on the core thread anything you want as long as it related a to a sequential art idea
If you already have a web comic, well SHOW IT to us..
This is a thread to allow creators to have fun so please feel free post your Comments
Keep this in mind.
A monthly comic book has 24 pages. And in order to have enough material for a graphic novel you should need to do 6 issues of a comic.

24 * 6 = 144 pages

This is why most pros do a at least a page a day.

And please if you do comic book, do it in multiple of 2.


If you think you can't to a full comic book, do a 3 - 4 panel
newspaper strip. 5 - 10 updates a month are more than enough in my book.
And if you are going to do a comic book, do short stories first , since they usually have
4 to 6 pages. Think Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt or Amazing Stories for inspiration.

Good Luck!

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