Christina works full time as a web/graphic designer and loves it immensely, but also has a soft spot for drawing. She launched her webcomic Sombulus in 2010 and it's still going strong! Her primary form of daydreaming is doodling and her horoscope is always wrong.
I am VERY excited to announce the Kickstarter for Sombulus, Book 1! This is my first ever comic book, guys! It's a humorous fantasy adventure that I started publishing online in 2010 over at sombulus.com. With your support, I can bring it to print and get it out to conventions all over the country.
As rewards for your support, I'm offering all kinds of goodies: print and e-book versions of the first part of Sombulus Act 1, extra worldbuilding notes, a chance to become a Kanite or Demshul in the story, and a one-of-a-kind statuette by MysticReflections (https://www.deviantart.com/mysticreflections). I'll be posting around to social media like crazy, so please feel free to share it
For the first time since I've joined last year, SpiderForest is accepting new applications! SpiderForest a webcomic creator collective and all-around great forum-based community who help each other out with conventions, cross-promotion, and advice. And if you're just starting your webcomic and want it to have a good home, there is also a hosting option.The DetailsWe're accepting applications from August 1st - 24th at spiderforest.net/applyAfter that, we'll be reading through and voting on new applicants.Your comic should have a good/coherent story (or good punchline, if it's a strip) and should update on a regular schedule.You should have at
Sombulus returned in January, so now is an excellent time to catch up if you haven't in a while. And if you want to help Sombulus out, please toss me a vote on TopWebComics. (You'll also get to see a preview of the next page whenever you do!) And as always, thank you so much for reading/commenting!
I've also been concentrating a lot on my graphic design business and building a better identity for that so I can reach out and attract new clients this year. On my list of things to do is optimize my portfolio for mobile devices, build a blog, and start going to Meetups where I can get my face in front of people who need designers. I don't k