Tag: Resources

Thanks for a great first year

Here’s why you should support Azdion on Patreon

July 28, 2017 9:00 am

We've been hard at work making stories over the past year, and now we're taking the next steps. You can help us: Azdion is on Patreon now! Here are some reasons you might want to check it out. [...]

Editing a Running Man page

The Comic Page Process: Drawing Running Man

March 7, 2017 9:00 am

You’ve got a plot, a script, some thumbnails; all that’s left is drawing and you’re feeling overwhelmed. To get you started, here’s my comic page process.

Arenna has dropped her book.

Lessons Learned: clarity in comics without dialogue

January 17, 2017 9:00 am

Summer Hill was, first and foremost, an experiment in silent comics. The biggest challenge was making everything clear without having the characters talk. [...]

Running Man script

Lessons Learned: steps for starting your first webcomic

November 8, 2016 1:59 pm

Making your first webcomic is fun, educational, and worthwhile! For making one, you get practice in art and storytelling, work for your site or portfolio, and maybe a little something you can sell for cash. You also get to experience the joy of creating something [...]

Lūdō's style is very simple - good for a first animated film

Lessons Learned: tips for a first animated film

August 16, 2016 7:00 am

Never made a short animated film before? Neither had I until this year! Here are some tips for making your first animated film. [...]

Screenshot of Ludo in Synfig Studio

The making of Lūdō: L’s open source animation toolset

August 9, 2016 7:00 am

The short film Lūdō was an amazing learning experience and proof that you don’t need expensive software and tools to tell your stories beautifully. I created the short film using an entirely free and open source animation toolset [...]