Madefire and Literature: Interview with Liam SharpWhen deviantART HQ announced they were Introducing Madefire Motionbooks to deviantART, the writers amongst us were again asking "what about us?". Madefire seems pretty awesome, but what can we do as writers to get involved? The answer is LOTS. In an interview with Writer, Comic Book Artist, Publisher and Madefire co-founder Liam Sharp, we find out a little bit more about what Madefire can do for writers, and a little about Liam himself...Madefire and Literature: Interview with Liam Sharp in Literature Features More Like This
"Madefire is undertaking an epic journey
One that we believe will revolutionize how stories are told, read, and shared. One that will transform a once static medium into an interactive experience that unfolds dynamically on mobile devic
Liam Sharp and Madefire.About 10 years ago I was mooching around my local comic convention. I sheepishly approached Liam at a table where he was doing a little meeting and greeting. I'd really been bowled over by Liam's work when I was following Deathdealer from Verotik. It had some of the best barbarian art I'd ever seen. Why Liam has not drawn Conan on a regular basis, I have no idea.Liam Sharp and Madefire. in Personal More Like This
Although his strips are sometimes populated by decapitation and brutal death, there were no signs of that carnage around Liam. As it turned out he was a warm and happy guy. Happy to talk, and look at my portfolio. He gave me a much needed boost just at a critical moment and that same moment also led to a dear friendship continuing strongly to this date.
Well, there have been publishing ventures in the shape of Liam and Mam Tor's Event Horizon. Comic strips in London's foremost entertainment magazine, Time Out and finally Madefire. I teamed up with Mike Carey, another contact made via Liam's influence, to illustrate Houses Of T
Introducing Madefire Motion Books to deviantARTApr 2, 2013by $spyedIntroducing Madefire Motion Books to deviantART in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
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I am very excited to announce a strategic partnership between deviantART and Madefire, the leading Motion Book application in Apple’s App Store. (iPhone & iPad)
Together with Madefire, we are releasing the Madefire Web Reader on deviantART in a new category on our front-page called "Motion Books.” You will immediately find a dozen Madefire Motion Books there, with more books released each Wednesday.
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Try it out!