So, I thought I'd make a TBYT forum, just to see if it goes anywhere. If it doesn't get much activity, I'll probably close it eventually. I made a post in the media section, about favorite TV shows, so you can start by responding in this thread, and you can post other topics too.
Here is the forum. Have fun!
Guest Art for Starcrossed
March 16, 2012
I made a guest comic for Starcrossed, one of my favorite comics, and it's posted here. I like Starcrossed because people have so much expression in it, in the way they talk, their faces, and their bodies, and it all seems so natural. You don't see people just standing around with the same boring stances while they're talking to each other. I think all the details of people's interactions are pretty cool. This effect is developed over the course of the comic, so you might not see it if you just read the first few pages.
Leftover Soup Cameo
January 16, 2012
Today Brian made a guest appearance in Leftover Soup, one of my favorite comics. He sits inquisitively in the foreground of the first panel of this page. This is Think Before You Think's first cameo appearance! Yay.
January 9, 2012
The donation drive for Comic Creators For Freedom is now open for two weeks! Minimum donation is $5, and as a reward you will be able to download the CCF wallpaper with characters from all the cartoonists who participated. Below is a thumbnail image and a small closeup of the wallpaper. If you download the wallpaper, you can get a character key (listed by author) here to see which characters are whose, and who all was involved in this project.
To donate, click here and go to the right sidebar. Remember, all of your donation will go to the charities to help prevent human trafficking.
Comic Creators for Freedom
January 4, 2012
This month, many cartoonists and I are participating in an annual project called Comic Creators for Freedom. The project raises money for awareness and prevention of human trafficking. All over the world, including in America, children are sold for sexual exploitation. I just found out by reading about CCF that this practice is much more common that I, and probably most people, realized.
So, here's what we're doing: each cartoonist is contributing an image of one of our female characters participating in an epic snowball fight. The people at CCF are putting all of our characters together in one big snowy image, which will be given out as a donation incentive to you, if you donate.
Where does the money go? 100% of your donation goes directly these two charities: Love 146 and Gracehaven. Both of these charities work towards human trafficking prevention and rehabilitation for victims.
The donation drive for our project is open from January 9th through January 20th, in honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, January 11th. I will send out another update when the drive begins.