June 30, 2009
June 23, 2009
I have formed a clear idea of where I want to go with Lemon Inc. and have familiarized myself with the characters to an extent that I know that I'll be comfortable writing for them. I have also experimented with several ways of drawing and inking the comic and have settled on a process. I haven't built up much of a buffer - okay I'll be honest I've already shown you all the comics that have been finished on the Lemon Inc. blog- but I intend to try to speed up my process. I have a lot of ideas I just need to get them down on paper.
June 14, 2009
Hey remember that comic that my cat ripped up? Well I finally coloured it! Yay! Yeah I know, it took me long enough. I'm pretty happy with it. I think the art is better than the writing in this one but it's the beginning of a story arc so it leads to funnier things.
May 21, 2009
My cat ripped up this comic after I spent hours working on it. It made me pretty frustrated at the time because I was particularly happy with the art in this one and was really looking forward to colouring it. I'd intended to try to tape it back together or redraw it but I haven't gotten around to it yet. Why does my cat seem to have a compulsion to tear up paper?
May 20, 2009
Okay, I know I said I wouldn't show you any more comics before I launched the official site but I am. However I'm not really sure if I should use this one or not. I created it as the first strip I would post to try to introduce the strip and explain why Andy decides to set up a lemonade stand. I'm not sure if it makes a very good introductory strip anymore though. What do you think? What is the best way to start off a webcomic? Is it better to just launch right into it with a bunch of one-off gags and slowly progress into storylines or is it better to start with storylines from the beginning?