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Pam Harrison is one of the first and best known CGI artists in Independent Comics. Her work with the historical fiction series House of the Muses earned her the 2008 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant for Outstanding Series, and she continues her storytelling in a gripping sci-fi space opera adventure, A Deviant Mind, that far […]
Contact Pam Harrison if you are ready to be a Comic Review Editor, and you’ll get your own account here at ICC so you can create some magic. If you have any questions, any at all, contact me and we’ll get you rolling. Let’s get out there and Make ICC Rock!!! Roll call! The buzz […]
Blambot.com was founded by Nate Piekos around 2001. He has offered countless free and paid comic, lettering and logo fonts for artists and designers around the world. In addition to more fonts than you can shake a ruler at, his site offers articles and tutorials on Comic Script Basics, Comic Book Grammar, Installing Comic Fonts, […]
From ChrisOatley.com We’ve been talking recently about the importance of lettering when making your own comics. In my two posts Comic Balloons & Clarity and The Comic Lettering Spell the discussion in the comments turned toward discussing our own processes. Personally, I use a program called Comic Life. A lot of you asked to see […]
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Cloth Room Introduction Creating your first cloth simulation Poser 5’s cloth room can be a little rough to get started with. There are lots of knobs and buttons. You have to do things in just the right order to even get started. This tutorial will help you load and simulate your first Poser 5 […]
Editor’s Notes: I’ve found a large number of cloth room tutorials for Poser on the web. Rather than duplicate anyone’s work, I’m going to post the sources for you here. Many thanks to Morphography tutorials for providing this first lesson. Morphography tutorials Getting Started in the Cloth Room • Main Index • Tutorial Index • • […]
Looks are everything when you’re promoting your comic. When you want to call attention to your series you want an ad that looks good, reads well, has great layout and design. The best artwork in the world falls flat if you have a logo that’s too small, many typos in your copy, scattered images all […]