After a long drought, the panel comes back with episode 16: Webcomics!
We also have a new mic, so quality should be way up! Enjoy it HERE.
International Mini-Comic Day is next Saturday, and Cloudscape Comics is opening up the doors to the HQ for all you comic artists, challenging you to write, draw, and put together mini-comics!
And hey, it’s International Women’s day that day as well! Why not make a mini-comic about remarkable women throughout history in science, politics art, comics, or just in your life in particular?
There’s a celebration of Vancouver’s remarkable women on March 8 at the Roundhouse for International Women’s Day. Check it out: http://vancouver.ca/people-programs/remarkable-women.aspx
Cloudscape’s Jeff Ellis and Mara Coman are interviewed in BC’s alternative magazine “The Tyee,” where they talk about their contributions to Cloudscape and the various events the organization has been involved with. http://thetyee.ca/ArtsAndCulture/2014/02/15/Comic-Label/
If you’re an artist aged somewhere between 13 and 24, take some time to submit some art for the IGNITE! Youth Festival Art Show, being held at The Cultch Art Gallery in Vancouver. Comic artists especially welcome!
Visit the event page for details and instructions.
Blood Root is a new comic anthology magazine looking for comics that involve ghosts, myths, psychological horror, and other strange happenings. The magazine pays $500 for each story and is asking for pitches rather than completed pieces, which means you’ll only need to start drawing once they tell you they want to publish it. http://sawdustpress.tumblr.com/post/76346370465/i-am-super-excited-to-announce-blood-root-a-new