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Ever wonder just how these web comics kids make money? This snippet from the upcoming STRIPPED documentary explains it all, and it does it brilliantly with 8 bit animation.

I can’t tell you how much I’m looking forward to this doc. With interviews from Bill Watterson and Jim Davis to Ryan North and Kate Beaton they cover the gap between the old and new as the art form navigates this shift in how readers consume their media.

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Double Fine™ - My Comic About A Christmas Carol
I’ve loving Nathan Stapley’s take on Scrooge this week!

Double Fine™ - My Comic About A Christmas Carol

I’ve loving Nathan Stapley’s take on Scrooge this week!

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Webcomics Tutorial – 10 Lessons For Better Colouring

Princess Planet cartoonist Brian McLachlan offers up a meaty tutorial on how to best tackle the colouring of your comic, webcomic or otherwise.

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Despite the weekly strip being late, T.J. Kirsch included a short description of his process drawing comics. 
“She Died In Terrebonne is a year-long mystery set in rural Oregon in the 1970s. It updates every Thursday at noon. It’s written by Kevin Church and drawn by T.J. Kirsch.” (via She Died In Terrebonne)

Despite the weekly strip being late, T.J. Kirsch included a short description of his process drawing comics. 

She Died In Terrebonne is a year-long mystery set in rural Oregon in the 1970s. It updates every Thursday at noon. It’s written by Kevin Church and drawn by T.J. Kirsch.” (via She Died In Terrebonne)