Just a quick journal to go over some thoughts I've been having regarding my artworks, some of which I've already covered in my blog, I just want to elaborate on it a bit further.
Recently I was directed to a site called Tapastic, which is a site for hosting webcomics, and what is really interesting about it is that you can apparently make revenue on hosting webcomics there, through allowing ads to be shown alongside the comics. My good friends Granitoons
have already started hosting their comics there (many thanks to you both for suggesting this), and I am seriously considering following suit - however, if I decide to do this, it means I will no longer be uploading comics to DeviantArt, instead it will be preview images with links to the comics on Tapastic. Don't worry though, this doesn't mean I'll be leaving DeviantArt, as I'll still be posting single pictures and photos here.
That brings me onto my next point - I would like to upload all of my old comics to Tapastic, but quite frankly with a lot of the early comics, especially Bob & Flyer and AMT, my art really wasn't up to scratch - I have thought about re-making those comics into my current art style, just so it all flows better, but at the same time I feel that doing that would be very counter-productive when I could be making new comics instead, so that's a huge maybe.
Last but not least, I have finished the script for the first Fyfe & Sparkplug comic, I hope to start illustrating it very soon - as always, watch this space for more.
That's it for now - as always, peace out.
P.S. A couple of shoutouts, ZookieDragon
has compiled her brilliant "Zookie the Dragon" comics into a book, they are now on sale at www.zookiecartoons.com - please go check out her gallery and website, you will not regret it.
Also, my brother WhiteBlazingPhoenix
has posted a chapter of his in-progress novel "Love's Knight Zero" on his FictionPress account, it is well worth a read - check it out here: www.fictionpress.com/s/3301564…
UPDATE: I've joined Tapastic, come visit my page here: tapastic.com/BluebottleFlyer
(Comics coming soon!)