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C10P15 – Magic Mirror

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Last week the wonderful Shayne and Reed of ComicDish had me on their podcast! It is always such a joy to join the fine folks at the ComicDish, but this was a particularly fun interview for me. We talked about everything from the merits of Failing Faster to the difference even the smallest contributions can make to a creative project. Listen to the entire podcast here! (News & a Review are the first part of the podcast, and the interview starts at 33 minutes in!)

I’m really proud of how this page turned out. I always love doing the dream sequence pages, but some of the images I’ve done in this chapter are a step beyond what I’ve done in the past. I’m always excited when I can outdo myself a little! I hope you enjoy the results too!

What’s one thing you’re proud of that you’ve done recently?


Children visit this site. Moderate your language accordingly.

Once again, wow. This was beautifully done.
I love the colors, the shading, the position. So beautiful.
I definitely cannot wait to see the future pages.

And I have to jump in here, I’ve followed this webcomic for quite awhile and never really jumped in on discussions, but one thing I’m proud of is starting a webcomic of my own. Last year over the summer that was my big project, to finally get my webcomic going, but I kept postponing it. Not until in the later year of 2013 that I actually started working on the chapters with my friend, who is the writer for it. I eventually started the art work in January and decided to finally upload it in February. I’m quite proud I got that up. If my friend hadn’t pushed me, I might still be here wondering what would happen if I never got it out there.

She looks so calm and more womanly than ever before–ready. She had better be, because this is going to be a difficult ride!

I care for her so much more now; I’m happy for her, but so ambivalent about her involvement with the gods . . . sigh . . . the visionaries, the creative ones, can’t avoid it without paying another kind of cost, and she’s been suffering in that way too long.

Beautiful page work, as always. 🙂
As for something recent that I’m proud of… Howsabout we say a road trip up to Gunnison to check out Western State of Colorado University’s creative writing program? Fun, informative, and now I have proof from a published author/fiction teacher that I am, in fact, doing things right in my writing process. Yay!

The dream sequences are always gorgeous to see; I can tell you have a lot of fun doing them! 😀

I think the latest pages (coming up in a couple of weeks) for my comic actually turned out really nice too. I finally got the hang of drawing ships and I think I managed to give an upcoming scene the emotional impact I wanted.

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