In her first diary comic chronicling her coming year at the Sequential Artists Workshop in Florida, Cara Bean sits down for a wide-ranging interview with a passing squirrel.
"There is nothing that suggests the narrator is unreliable. But why should we trust him, her, or them? Why don’t we suspect the aliens are sinister? Why don’t we question the legitimacy of their “gifts” the way those doubting military tanks do? We accept it all because these aliens are awfully cute. And loveable."
—Jason Viola on Jerel Dye’s From the Clouds
My article on “From the Clouds” by drawjereldraw is featured today on Festival Season.
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I’d like to draw your attention to Festival Season, a new website edited and designed by Kenan Rubenstein that focuses on minicomics, webcomics, self-publishers, and micropublishers. It features reviews, essays, interviews, and diaries; I will be writing articles for it regularly (the first is here), as will Kenan, Neil Brideau, Ann Gavagan, and Cara Bean. Although I can’t take credit for the design, it is elegantly designed and should make a great space to discuss and celebrate indie comics.
Go check it out!!
Anonymous said: On average, how long does it take for you to finish a page?
there are no averages
there are only tears
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isetoprahsweaveonfire said: Your flower fear comics are hella rad you should make more
There will be more.
sarahmint said: Adore your art of agriculture
Thank you! I have plans to do more. It’s fun to draw plants.
A postcard that I designed for Radiator Comics. Check out this comics distribution company created by my friend Neil Brideau.