Using Blender for Webcomics

I’ve now wrapped on Homebased for 2017 – my webcomic about being a stay-at-home dad. In more than one occasion, I’ve relied on Blender to create some of the sets, or props in order to streamline my creative process and keep up with an on-going three-strips-per-week schedule. Over the years, I’ve refined the process, and Read More …

Colour Homebased strip appearing in Reverie relaunch

A Kickstarter campaign for the Reverie Comics Anthology has just been launched. Reverie was one of Australia’s most wide reaching magazines to showcase our comic talent. It ran from 1983 to 1987, and helped launch such talent as Michal Dutkiewicz (DC Comics) and Fil Barlow (Real Ghostbusters) onto the international stage. I was lucky enough Read More …

Speed Drawing Homebased strip 41 – Sharing

This is a behind-the-scenes look at my process for creating a typical strip for Homebased – from modelling and rendering the set assets in Blender, through to blocking, inking, and lettering.

Talking stats on webcomic

I began Homebased as a personal project, but also as an experiment in marketing an idea via the internet. As most of you are aware, things are always changing. New ways to distribute, share and promote your work are always cropping up, and older ways become obsolete. I’d like to share a few preliminary results Read More …

Homebased

After months of planning, I’ve finally released a new project entitled Homebased. This comic is loosely based on my own experiences of being a stay-at-home parent, but has become more about the little absurd moments in a day-to-day homebased life. Over the past few years, I’ve collected a few funny anecdotes about my kids, doing Read More …