When things get serious, we bring the conversations under the table. It's the Emilio way. Or, wait...
How are you all doing? I wrapped up 15 original art pieces yesterday for the Kickstarter! I had a lot of fun with those, since I don't work traditionally a lot these days. :) The Chapter 2 books are not here yet, so I am trying to wrap up all other things until then, before I will start sending out the books.
Today's vote incentive is of Ursula and Frank, the early sketch/rough version of a panel from page 54. The sketch made me laugh, so I had to share it! If you want to see more WIP material of the comic, head over to my Patreon site. :) I post these weekly there, for each page.
Anyway, I'll see you next week!
Hello everyone! It's this time of the year again! If you are a fellow artist, read this!
A year ago I accepted guest comics to allow me some time to visit NYCC. The guest comics were really appreciated and I got some lovely content to post while I was gone. You can actually see last year's guest comics over at the Extras section!
Even though I have a pretty decent page buffer right now, I am actually looking for guest comics this year too! :) This time to post between Chapter 2 and Chapter 3. It's going to be like a short chapter break with awesome guest content!
So how does it work? You create one or more Guest Comic pages for The Din and I will post them on the main site, starting sometime in the middle of October. Each page will be up for about half a week!
Here's some main points to keep track of:
I wish I could pay you for making a Guest Comic, but right now a link back to your site is what I am able to offer.
Depending on the number of Guest Comics I get, I might spread the posting out a bit. I don't want to put the main story on hold too much! If I get more content than I'll be able to post in October, I will post the rest later after about 6 main-story pages.
Just a headsup: If your Guest Comic involves content that I don't feel comfortable posting on the main site, I might post it separately with a thumbnail on the main page. It's pretty much the same way I handle some of the more explicit content in the comic. :)
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!