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MemberApril 20, 2020 at 8:58 pm
@redheadeded Thanks for responding. I wasn’t aware that you have tried those other platforms. My apologies. I understand one of the challenges is getting everyone to adopt it.
I just prefer the way discord is set up because you can use it on mobile or desktop, see who is online, receive push notifications and have more real time communication which is better for collaboration. Forums tend to have a lag time associated with it.
My main challenge with this forum is that it is hard to navigate it. I think that can be easily solved if a newsletter was sent out with links to the forum posts of importance for the week.
I really appreciate all the hard work and you and the counsil are doing a great job.
MemberApril 16, 2020 at 9:44 pm
I suggest someone create a discord server or to join with an existing comic creator discord group. Forums are limited in what they can do and they take longer for the back and forth. The forum would still be crucial but I feel a chat server could provide better communication.
MemberApril 15, 2020 at 6:52 pm
I am Matthew aka psysci and I have been working as a digital designer (UX/UI Design) for advertising agencies for the last 7 years. I have been slowly gathering my knowledge of comic book creation and am ready to get started. I write and illustrate but am terrible at coloring.
I used to create conceptual albums and monthly projects with a free netlabel I helped run called soulseekrecords. We once got a decent review in The Wire (UK) magazine for something called the One Minute Massacre. soulseek records discogs
I was then hired by the filesharing application soulseek to help create and run a record label for them officially. I did that for a few years, got to travel, meet lots of people etc… One really notable thing we did was have a remix contest which got tons of submissions. slsk records discogs
In 2008, I was a part of a group art show associated with Toy Tokyo where I displayed three paintings of mine. Other than that I’ve been doing random things artistically, building my knowledge and formulating plans.
You can see a bit more at http://studioavant.com
MemberMarch 28, 2022 at 7:43 pm
Well inherently the prompt lends itself to represent the dream world (darkness) and real world (light) within the real world as something tangible. I have already used this theme in the first anthology when the main character Cole represented himself as nothing by stepping into shadow during his spoken word performance. I can further emphasize that symbology in this continuation. I also have some plans to do some other references to the prompt throughout within the dialog.