Patrons at the $10 level (and higher) will be able to access the NSFW comics I’ve been creating exclusively for Patreon. This includes:
- Evil Inc After Dark — full-length comics featuring some of your favorite characters
- Uncensored Courting Distaster: All of the fun of Courting Disaster with none of the restrictions!
- NSFW commissions: Patrons get special pricing on commissions. You describe the scene, and I draw it.
- Sketches, pin-ups, and much, much more!
If you have a cartoonist on your Christmas list — or someone who wants to learn more about self-publishing comics — then The Webcomics Handbook makes a unique and thoughtful gift.
Launched as a follow-up to the seminal “How To Make Webcomics,” my guide to the art and business of webcomics is largely based on my writings at Webcomics.com — as well as my 13 years’ experience in webcomics.
In 2008, I co-wrote the “How To Make Webcomics” book with my good friends Scott Kurtz, Dave Kellett and Kris Straub. At the time, this book was embraced as the “go-to” book on the subject. For years, the authors have been honored by colleagues and newcomers alike who have told us what a fun and informative read the book was.
And then, they all say the same thing: When are you gonna do a follow-up?
Unfortunately, with each of us busy with different projects, it was impossible to get everyone together to do a second edition.
Then it occurred to me that I had already written the sequel. In 2009, after “How To Make Webcomics” came out, I launched a Web site, Webcomics.com, that has been updated daily ever since with the same kind of information that was in the book. Using those posts as a starting point, I started assembling chapters and adding new content. By the time the dust settled, I had a 300-page book that covered a wider range of topics and went even deeper on the content from the original book.