The adventure continues, more indecision, whining and celebrations.
You can view the full page through here.
|Posted by campbell||December 2nd, 2013|
|Posted by campbell||November 30th, 2013|
This is for a commission I’m currently working on featuring a line up of all the main protagonists from the GTA franchise.
|Posted by campbell||November 26th, 2013|
|Posted by campbell||November 17th, 2013|
Mondays page of Home Time is now up to read.
Click through to see all the panels lined up for some sequential word/image action.
|Posted by campbell||November 16th, 2013|
|Posted by campbell||November 11th, 2013|Sooooo, my website is doing something funny and won’t let me upload the latest page of Home Time. I can however, give you a preview of it here. Check back tomorrow and it should be up and ready to read though.
The new page of Home Time is up to read. Click through here to read the full uncropped image.
|Posted by campbell||November 7th, 2013|
|Posted by campbell||November 6th, 2013|
Big ol’ stack of commissions on the go right now. I’m working on them folk!
|Posted by campbell||November 4th, 2013|
Monday lets me reveal a brand new page of Home Time, which you can read in full through here. (the above few panels are just an excerpt)
Now, I can show my hand and reveal the thoroughly fantastical world that the body of this story will take place in. Home Time is not a short form comic, nor a weekly gag strip, this is a long form, slow burn piece.
I tossed and turned with the speed of delivery, the pace of the narrative and so forth, but eventually decided on the current course of action. For better, or perhaps worse.
I love fast action stories online, but don’t really enjoy them in print. Works that stretch out and take their time to unfold. What’s the difference? Do different delivery systems lend themselves to different story formats? I would say that the answer is an obvious and resounding ‘yes’. So why am I swimming against the tide? I’m not quite sure.
So perhaps Home Time isn’t the best webcomic to read a page at a time every week, but maybe it’s a really good webcomic to read in big chunks, one chapter at a time.
If you have any thoughts on it, feel free to chime in.