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Any writers here?
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Most comics sites tend to focus on the artists (and rightly so, artists are wonderful people and comics would not happen without them). Many artists also write their own scripts, but I'm wondering if…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dale Lazarov Nov 13, 2009.

 

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Fantastic wallpaper

http://copperage.deviantart.com/art/quot-Hopeless-quot-wallpaper-154218511 if you like it, download a copy, use it somewhere, enjoy it, pass it on to a friend.The wallpaper is the work of Tom Brown - www.mothfestival.wordpress.com artist for the webcomic www.itisacircle.comSee More
Feb 16, 2010
Dale Lazarov replied to Brynneth N Colvin's discussion Any writers here?
Nov 13, 2009
Brynneth N Colvin replied to Brynneth N Colvin's discussion Any writers here?
"Ooh, that sounds rather fun. Are there any links? I can think of a few people who might well be really into that as a possibilitiy. (When I'm not doing comics, I write erotica)."
Nov 13, 2009
Dale Lazarov replied to Brynneth N Colvin's discussion Any writers here?
"Short answer: Nope. I edit the layouts. the line work and/or inks, and the colors -- it's a collaboration with the artist. Long answer: First, I pitch the story idea to the artist to see if it connects with them. Once I get their OK, I write…"
Nov 13, 2009
Brynneth N Colvin replied to Brynneth N Colvin's discussion Any writers here?
"I take it that's more about ediing the text rather than going through comics and coming up with things like 'the man on page seven has uneven facial features, fix this!' ?"
Nov 13, 2009
Dale Lazarov replied to Brynneth N Colvin's discussion Any writers here?
"I'm a writer but I also edit the comics :)"
Nov 13, 2009
Brynneth N Colvin posted a discussion

Any writers here?

Most comics sites tend to focus on the artists (and rightly so, artists are wonderful people and comics would not happen without them). Many artists also write their own scripts, but I'm wondering if there's anyone else about here, like me, who writes and doesn't do any of the drawing?
Nov 12, 2009
Brynneth N Colvin posted a blog post

Welcome to the Copper Age!

www.itisacircle.com launches today. Do drop by and have a look. there's a complete (if unconventional) story arc there already - The Blind Fisherman, after which we get into something that looks (a bit) more like a regular comic.The artist is Tom Brown - www.copperage.deviantart.com and he has an unusual style to say the least - detailed, beautifully rendered and distinctly gothic.Copper Age is a creative enterprise focused on comics but also producing…See More
Sep 12, 2009
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"Hey, someone from Brum! My pal Pete founded 'Created In Birmingham', and I peek in on occasion. Sounds pretty happening over there! Welcome!"
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About Me:
I write comics for Copper Age and read ominvorously.
Website:
http://www.hopelessvendetta.wordpress.com
Hometown:
Redditch
Some Comic Favorites
Watchmen, Sandman, Alone in a Crowd, The Dessert Peach
Favorite Music:
I play folk music and run a folk club, but am up for anything like from early church music to thrashy rock!
Relationship Status:
It's Complicated

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Fantastic wallpaper

http://copperage.deviantart.com/art/quot-Hopeless-quot-wallpaper-154218511 if you like it, download a copy, use it somewhere, enjoy it, pass it on to a friend.

The wallpaper is the work of Tom Brown - www.mothfestival.wordpress.com artist for the webcomic…

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Posted on February 16, 2010 at 12:05am

Welcome to the Copper Age!

www.itisacircle.com launches today. Do drop by and have a look. there's a complete (if unconventional) story arc there already - The Blind Fisherman, after which we get into something that looks (a bit) more like a regular comic.



The artist is Tom Brown - www.copperage.deviantart.com and he has an unusual style to say the least - detailed, beautifully rendered and distinctly gothic.







Copper Age is a creative… Continue

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At 6:00pm on August 30, 2009, John Weeks said…
Hey, someone from Brum! My pal Pete founded 'Created In Birmingham', and I peek in on occasion. Sounds pretty happening over there! Welcome!

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