Bitter Hateful Cynic
How many of the T Vtropers actually produce webcomics of their own? I have a webcomic, but it's not all that good, and I've messed up my shedule so often that there really isn't one left anymore... although now that I'm unemployed I actually have time to work on the site and the comic. So how many of you have a webcomic, what's it about and where can we find it?
Bitter Hateful Cynic
But troperworks is more for the written word, not so much webcomics... least that's what I got from the whole thing and why I'm asking the question on the forum. PS Ubik is better.
NewtonTheNewt. PLEEEEASE READ MINE since you're inviting self promotion. There's no law against linking to your own, even if it's unfinished.
Bitter Hateful Cynic
Well I done and added my own to the list... but still, I wanted to ask people about their own webcomic experiences. Saturn Sally
edited 28th Dec '10 1:54:31 PM by Esteban009
Teutonic Tomboy T-Girl
It's not what most people think of as a "conventional" Web Comic in various ways, but the Remix Comic version of Jet Dream....
I don't have a webcomic, but I do have a series of illustrated writings that I release on the internet. Can be found here. READ IT! Or not. I don't really mind, actually.
"It's so hard to be humble, knowing how great I am."
Ready to rock.
Still working on this. Mine has something of a thick story, so I need to get that on paper before I can start. And for that I need peace and quiet, and that's a whole rant you guys don't need to hear.
I'm getting to it, I'm getting to it. >.>
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I have one, and it's about a barbarian mercenary with a bad case of cultural cringe who ends up carrying a glowy thing that will make the sky fall on everyone's heads, and it's here.
Failed Comic Artist
One right now, and I got two more I'm working on ab uffer for before I start posting them. The one I do right now can be found here: http://www.drunkduck.com/Twisted_Mind_of_Stranger/ This one is mostly random comics with no real connection, the twso Im working on are story based
I dont know why they let me out, I guess they needed a spare bed
Smooth as a Skunk
I have three spritecomics. And I'm not telling you where to find them because they suck and a bit less importantly because I have reached maybe twenty pages total between the three of them in 4 years. I should really just remove them from the Internet entirely, lest someone find the incriminating evidence, but I can't be bothered.
Over the last four years (but mostly in 2006), I did fifty-odd installments for a comic that started from a rather lame joke, then grew characters and plot. I started with Strip Generator, then got a friend to do a few installments when I wanted to start using more complicated visuals (and not portraying half the action with Unsound Effects). If I can just grow the ability to draw, I could one day make a decent comic out of it. It was nice not being stuck inside a strip when my friend helped out - I could fit real dialoge and gestures and whatnot into things. Because why not: The Hell?! (Yes, on an LJ. But hey, it had an RSS feed.) And yes, I did a zombie apocalypse webcomic before everyone had one. :D
edited 22nd Jul '10 5:25:33 PM by Semiapies
I am currently doing the art for a webcomic called BioRhythm and its getting better and better with each new page. Please lemme know what you think! Here or there!
Artist of the webcomic BioRhythm.
Bitter Hateful Cynic
here is mine not that anybody's reading it... but still I'd love to get feedback...
I have two, the better and longer-running of which is linked in my sig. They're both sprite comics, subpar, and suffering from major Schedule Slip.
my webcomic is called "Victory" it's about a man whose literally born to be a hero! updates 3 times a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. [url=http://victorycomic.comicgenesis.com/][/url]
edited 18th Aug '10 8:22:25 PM by Victoryprime
I have a webcomic! It's called Adorable Desolation. I get 150-200 hits a month off my tropes page! Thanks to T Vtropes I'm not the only one reading my webcomic. Besides my friends and immediate family, I mean. You can find it here.
I wrote a story and it has pictures! Adorable Desolation
I am the writer of Sandra and Woo. TVTropes tells us this about its content: Sandra and Woo is a webcomic about the adventures of 11-year-old Sandra North and her pet talking raccoon, Woo. It's drawn in a manga style with some western comic stylizations, and makes use of mostly unconnected story arcs.
Sandra and Woo: a webcomic about food, love and other important stuff
I've been trying to start one up, but, well, let's just say that I should not be allowed to draw humans
I wonder what a strip tease from a creature made of souls would be like?
This is my comic. It's pretty bad, I've been told. http://blubcheese.thecomicseries.com/
XAWU!!!!!! Please read, I'm trying to find out whether or not the first strips grab anyone. There's gonna be a lot of regular updating (every four days) because I have a month-and-a-half buffer.
edited 9th Sep '10 6:51:22 AM by Faramir
Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, you can't sell him fish anymore.
Maid of Win
Novil, I officially think your comic is awesome. Grue, this joke made me laugh hard. This one isn't bad either. And this. Pretty miss overall, though, but keep at it... although the last few strips are a bit weird. I thought there was gunna be Art Evolution and an arc with the triangle czar, and then suddenly it genre shifted into a fantasy tentacle porn comic with a cookie with the number 37 on it. Wha? o_O Faramir, I find your text boxes too difficult to read, and not a lot of action happens in the first few pages. Needs a good deal of work. I do not have a webcomic, but I have so many failed dreams...
Thanks for the all fish!
Well, the tentacle porn one was intended as a faithful parody of another webcomic, which I think I succeeded at. Somebody linked it at Something Awful and I got lots of views. I like to make fun of other webcomics, because I think I'm better at doing that than making my own jokes.