Today's show is brought to you by Wacom! Wacom is the maker of the powerful, professional, portable Wacom One This week, Erika Moen joins us for a show dedicated to questions about creating NSFW comics! If you've ever wanted to make sexy comics for the 18+ crowd, this show is for you!

Questions asked and topics covered...

  • Erika Moen's new project focusing on her mental health journey
  • How to build a comfort level with NSFW work
  • The importance of good art in 18+ comics
  • How to draw a vaginal orgasm
  • The legalities of NSFW publishing
  • Audience building for a sex oriented comic
  • Getting feedback on your adults-only comic

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Brad Guigar is the creator of Evil Inc and the editor of Webcomics.com Dave Kellett is the creator of Sheldon and Drive. Erika Moen's work can be found here. Buy her books here. Her book "Let's Talk About It" is a must-have for parents.

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Blank Label Comics garnered 11 nominations in the 2006 Web Cartoonists’ Choice Awards, which were announced yesterday.

Starslip Crisis, by Kristofer Straub, took 5 nominations — Outstanding Newcomer, Outstanding Black-and-White Art, Outstanding Use of Flash, Outstanding Web Design, and Outstanding Science Fiction Comic.

Kris earned a sixth nod for his writing on Starslip Crisis, Checkerboard Nightmare, and Modern Humor Authority.

Wapsi Square, by Paul Taylor, earned two nominations: One for Outstanding Black-and-White Art and another for Outstanding Character Art.

Shortpacked!, by David Willis, got two nods: One for Outstanding Comedic Comic and another for Outstanding Web Design.

Ugly Hill, by Paul Southworth, was nominated for Outstanding Character Art.

Voting for the Webcartoonists’ Choice Awards began on June 12 and will end on July 10. The winners will be announced July 17.