|For the Pixel Brains and all the laughs they give me.|
I love cartoons and anime. I just love art in general.|
My specialties are comics, but I'm still learning as an artist.
My goal is to be a comic artist and be able to create stories. I pray that with the talents God gave me, I can make my work meaningful, especially in comics.
I had this sudden idea last night, as I was working on a beeswax comic, while simultaneously reading Johnny Wander webcomics. Johnny Wander’s webcomic is not only comics about life after college, as a kid, or during college, but also a stage to present short stories as well.
So that got me wondering, what if I made Beeswax a platform for my other short comics as well? I mean the term “beeswax” is applied to anything. Beeswax might as well be bullsh!+ , so it can be a site for all of my bullsh!+ AND my bee comics. It can also be some personal rant comics too.
Yet at the same time, I feel it would be inappropriate for my short stories to piggy-back on Beeswax comics. Oh I don’t know. I definitely know I want to keep Eruti its own comic. But I don’t know about the rest.
Any advice. Any thoughts? I want to hear some advice before jumping in on it. Because right now, this idea seems rather impulsive and insane.
In other words, should Beeswax be ONLY a semi-autobiographical series of my "bee" life? Or be a hive for literally beeswax?
In short, a hive for bulls#!t?
Also, Johnny Wander comics are funny. I’m still reading, but I love their real-life sh!+ because other peoples’ lives seem far more interesting than mine ^^
PS. I'm asking here, because only 1 person responded on my tumblr. But I know more people here actually respond (well...not a whole lot sadly)