Posted October 14, 2017 at 10:00 am
Hello everyone! I haven't used this part of the website a whole bunch, but now I figure it's a good place for keeping everyone updated about what's happening on Patreon. Currently I've put a poll in place, for all pledge levels to take part of, about what eye color the character Emelie should get. For details read the attached image below. To cast your vote go to the Patreon.
Posted September 20, 2015 at 1:36 pm
In my ongoing effort to mimic what a good friend does I would like to point out the Kickstarter campaigns of two of my pals. Kickstarters which I suspect might be relevant to a lot of you people's interest. The first one is about raising funds for the second volume of Mercworks, which is a brilliantly funny comic made by Dave Mercier. The second Kickstarter is a crowd funding for the gorgeous graphic novel "Shiver Bereau" by Walter Ostlie. Check 'em out. You might not be sorry.
Posted February 21, 2014 at 3:46 pm
Apologies dear readers, but for circumstances beyond my will there will be no Twogag update this Friday. The Reason being trains, and how trains over here seems to have a very difficult time staying on track. Don't worry though, I won't be boarding any more train cars until next week so Twogag will return to it's normal posting schedule on Monday. Have a good weekend. -Rickard.
Posted November 15, 2013 at 1:40 pm
Sorry guys but no update this Friday, it's been a crazy week! We've changed office at work and the new route to it got compromised by a train derailing Tuesday morning and made a mess of things. Basically it's made my already unreasonably long commute to and from work twice as long and trice as uncomfortable, and it will continue to be until they repair that stretch of track. This week has basically been all about commutes, work and sleep, with too little of the later. I didn't even make it back to my own bed Tuesday. Long story short, the excuse I'm trying to use is that I'm exhausted! I haven't felt rested since Sunday so I'm taking a break. Unless I'm making all this up, how would you even tell! But don't fret, Twogag will return to its regular schedule on Monday! Thanks for understanding. -Rickard.
Posted April 20, 2013 at 9:52 am
Twogag has changed storefront, the new site shares the store with a lot of other cool comics that you might also read. So now you can buy merchandise and support several comics while also saving up on shipping costs. It'll be a while til the T-shirts will be back however, I apologize for that but there are a bunch of new prints available in the store that wasn't purchasable in the old one. Be sure to check it out to see if you find anything you like. Happy shoppin'
Posted April 13, 2013 at 10:41 am
I've attempted to write a FAQ a few times but they've always ended up not helpful or helpful but depressing. But due to a recent spike in questions I've decided to just go for it. Besides this post, the FAQ also got it's own permanent page. Is Guy and Wayne a couple? - No they're just friends, if that's a word you can use to describe their relationship. Frenemies? Do Frank, Guy and Wayne live together, like are they roommates? - This is unclear even to me, If a joke requires them to be roommates, then that's what they are. What's Guy's real name? - I'm not sure, I haven't asked. Hello, I'm a writer and I need someone to draw a comic, I can't pay right now, (maybe later if the comic sells) but It'll be good practice and great exposure for you! are you interested? - No, I got my own stories I would like to tell if I ever got the time. Also those reasons aren't real. Do you have any tips on how to start a webcomic? - Just start it. No, Really. I don't know how to make a website for my comic, can you help? - Neither did I but then I Googled "comicpress" you should too. How do you become a professional artist? - By having people pay you to do art. You can be a professional artist at any skill level, as long as you make a living out of your craft, you're by definition a "professional artist". Of course, the more skilled you are, the bigger the chance of someone paying you. but you need to market yourself, very few artist just gets "found". How long have you been drawing? - I started for real around 2003, then around 2006 I decided it's what I'd like to do with my life. Do you exhibit at any conventions? - I'd like to, I attended San Diego Comic Con in 2011, but I've yet to exhibit at any convention. Living in Sweden makes the logistics and expenses very overwhelming. Some day! How did you come up with Twogag? - It kinda just evolved from a vacuum. I only knew what I didn't want in the comic. I didn't want Twogag to rely on pop culture references, I didn't want any self insertion characters and I didn't want it to be about videogames. How do I become an artist? - Draw. How do I become a writer? - Write. I'd like to become better at drawing, got any tips? - Everybody says this, but it's the only way, man. Just draw, draw, draw, draw. Sacrifice your gaming, friend and movie time and draw some more. But something every aspiring artist should ask themselves is; "do I actually like to draw, or do I just like the idea of drawing?" I want to become a professional webcartoonist, got any tips? - Love drawing, hate money. If you meet the above criteria and do create a webcomic, market it. Don't just post your pages or strips and expect readers to find it. Do you write your comics beforehand or just free-ball it? - I generally start out with a vague idea or concept and develop it either in my head or as I write it. It's a good idea to remove yourself from distractions such as the internet while doing this. I used to browse sites a lot with the excuse "I'm looking for inspiration." but that has yet to work. What software do you use? - Adobe Photoshop. What version of Photoshop do you use? - It doesn't matter. What's the best question you've been asked? - This one. Will you ever make a FAQ? - I have a feeling the frequency of this question will subside, but yes.
Posted October 2, 2012 at 4:19 pm
Hi guys and gals, the T-shirt design that won the vote is on it's way to the store and is currently available for pre-order until the 9th of October, or til the stock runs out. As an extra incentive I'm throwing in a matching 5x7 inch print for free to everybody that pre-orders a shirt.
Posted September 22, 2012 at 3:42 pm
Happy Saturday-art people. It's Been a little while since I posted a drawing for you fellas so here it goes. Guy's a little older and a lot more Curella de Vil in this illustration. It was not an intentional direction but if Guy were to be a character in the 101 Dalmatians, that's probably the role that'd suit her best. Avaliable as a print here
Posted August 7, 2012 at 5:19 am
And here it is, the long anticipated twitter push. I bet you guys were starting to get anxious. If you enjoy stupid and/or dumb jokes, then my twitter feed is for you! In case you missed them, I also shamelessly did a Facebook push and the RSS push.
Page 1 2 3 4 ... 5
Privacy Policy