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Monday, May 14th, 2012
1:20 am - Comic Ideas

Hey all,
I'm a writer that writes lots of different stories from comics, mangas and novels.I've got lots of story ideas and I was hoping I could find some wonderful artists to create them into some real life comics.
My plan is either to put them on a site caleld capsulecomputers.com.au that I have some connections with and we would put the comic/manga in it's own section to advertise it to the thousands of viewers that come to the site. The other plan is make the comic great and al then send it out to every comic publisher we know:D

Anyway I have LOTS of story ideas
If you're interested in the least check them out: auraredwood.livejournal.com/tag/story idea :D
and I hope someone would like to go on this little journey with me :P

-Aura Redwood

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Saturday, September 24th, 2011
10:12 am - 24-Hour Comics Day 2011 is October 1st!

Discovered a link to this on my forums. Am going to enter as a an individual Internet participant.

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Monday, September 5th, 2011
1:48 pm - DigiCon?


Came across a link to DigiCon. It seems to be a net convention focussed on comics.

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Monday, August 8th, 2011
11:45 pm - Jenny Everywhere Day

I just found out that it's JENNY EVERWHERE DAY on the 13th! Here's my contribution to that (though she will be turning up in one of my web comics soon):

The character of Jenny Everywhere is available for use by anyone, with only one condition. This paragraph must be included in any publication involving Jenny Everywhere, in order that others may use this property as they wish. All rights reversed.
She's just about to appear in one of my webcomics. Logical really, as it's about a bunch of avatars flitting between alternate virtual worlds.

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Thursday, May 19th, 2011
8:49 am - Coming up in June...

Each year I am keen on both of these events. The following is copied from the relevant websites, and is open to anyone regardless of geographical location.


Drawing Day - June 4, 2011
One day a year, the world stops to remember that joy we had when we first picked up a pencil and created our first piece of art - that's what Drawing Day is all about. The goal for Drawing Day is simple - to create enough drawings to make some noise worldwide for the sake of art. 2008 was the first year of this initiative. Our goal is definitely a long-shot, but we continue to aim for 1 million drawings worldwide. We have no precise measure to know if we reach this goal. If we come close we will all definitely know. Even if we reach 10% of our goal in the first year of this initiative, it will be a great achievement but we will continue aiming for the magic million. Simply draw, then submit drawings to our website or any of our participating websites.


Comikazi Challenge 2011 - weekend of 11th June (a long weekend in most of Australia)
The Challenge is to create a comic in 24 hours, in whatever medium you're comfortable in. Use ink, computer graphics, paint, magazine photos, crayons; use paper, bristol board, wacom tablets - it doesn't matter. Every year we have around 60-80 participants and some absolutely amazing stories keep coming out of the challenge. No. Seriously. Have a look for yourself! The site hosting the challenge (Pulp Faction) takes in anywhere from 170,000 to 200,000 page hits during the challenge period every year (sponsors, that means your banners were viewed approximately 22,000+ times during a normal event)!

current mood: hopeful

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Monday, November 29th, 2010
11:40 pm - Archives uploaded for 2010

You'll find this year's contributions starting at http://tdor_archive.comicdish.com/index.php?pageID=129

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Friday, November 5th, 2010
1:07 pm - The TDOR Webcomics Project CALL OUT


The annual Transgender Day of Remembrance is fast approaching on November the 20th.

Are you an artist and want to contribute to this year's event? You can by participating in this year's Web Comic Project.

Participating contributors draw and publish a relevant webcomic or image for the day on the web. The project is the collection of webcomics, blogs and sites at the time all with the unified theme of getting the message out there. You don't have to be transgendered yourself to make a contribution, you just have be able to draw, and care about the issues of the day. Your contribution can be stored at the Project Archives. For this years theme and details on how to contribute, see this page.

Come on people, time to educate people in the way we know we can!

current mood: satisfied

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Friday, September 17th, 2010
12:13 pm - The Transgender Day of Remembrance Webcomics Project Archive

The previous person running this event and archive has retired, and I've taken this on. I've finished formatting and coding this site.

All the existing contributions have been added, and I have written a number of information pages explaining what it's all about and how to contribute. Are you an artist and want to contribute to this year's event (on and around 20th November)?

For this years theme, see this page.

current mood: satisfied

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Monday, June 7th, 2010
7:53 am - Comikaze Challenge soon!


Select here for details of the Challenge

current mood: awake

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Saturday, June 5th, 2010
10:33 am - Drawing Day # 1

For those of us west of the International dateline, Drawing Day is now on! Smile

Ebony (Drawing Day 2010) by you.

Drawing of Ebony using tablet and Open Canvas.

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Friday, May 7th, 2010
9:57 am - Afterlife Blues

Afterlife Blues is produced by the same folk that did A MIRACLE OF SCIENCE - yay! Seems they've been doing this for a while, but I missed it - 150 pages to read! :)

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Sunday, April 25th, 2010
6:18 am - Like horror? Like comics? Try this!

Good afternoon folks,

I wanted to pass along that my good friends Aaron Alexovich and Drew Rausch currently have a comic in this month's Zuda competition. As you may know, the winner of the competition will earn a year-long contract with DC Comics. Aaron and Drew are really talented and lovely guys and I think they'd make an excellent addition to the Zuda community. I would consider it a personal favor if you took a moment to read the information below and read their comic here: http://www.neweldritch.com/.
If you like what you see, I encourage you to VOTE for the strip so that it can continue.

Thank you for you time,

David Gallaher


Aaron Alexovich, whose comic work can be found in the Minx titles - Kimmie66  and Confessions of a Blabbermouth and in Vertigo's Fables, currently has a comic on Zuda called ELDRITCH. Alexovich, who also contributed designs for INVADER ZIM and AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER is partnering with artist Drew Rausch, an artist who has worked for Boom Studios, APE Entertainment, and Slave Labor.

Their comic, which is currently in second place, details the origins of a bubbling infection that's about to overtake the California coastline. It's the kind of crazy antics you expect from two-clearly-insane creators.

If you are interested in seeing more of it, head over to http://www.neweldritch.com/ and VOTE, RATE, and FAVORITE the series! And for you production and art junkies, be sure to head over to http://sullengrey.blogspot.com/ to see some of the crazy design sketches!

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Friday, April 2nd, 2010
3:42 pm - Intervention - A con for webcomics - Rockville, MD

Hey all - Just spreading the word about Intervention.

We have limited free tables for webcomics.

Also, this is what makes us different from many other cons.

Thanks for reading - I hope to see some of you there. :)

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Friday, January 8th, 2010
11:41 am - I'm new on this site....

Hi, I am brand new on this site and am just hoping to get my new comic out there a bit. It's not real complex at the moment, but it's my first. Here's an example; hope you can check it out.

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Thursday, December 10th, 2009
7:28 pm

Well I just started my webcomic. so I thought I'd get it out there. it's nothing fancy and it doesn't have an adventurous plot or anything. it's just a punchline kind of thing. thanks for looking. :D

(oh and don't worry. it's not naked guys or anything like the banner suggests >.>)

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Wednesday, October 14th, 2009
5:26 pm - My Webcomics have moved!

I have abandoned the comicgenesis site (there were serious problems with updating) and have moved wholesale to  Comic Dish. Details are:

Tales of the Gallia group of gender variant priestesses attempt to get by in ancient Rome.
Stuff Happens...This comic features mostly diary entries, 24 hour comics I've done, and some Second Life adventures and escapades.
HypergraphiaComics about and by Laura and her friends. Reprints the paper comics laura's produced under that name, with accompanying notes on each issue and story.
Laura Seabrook's Queer StuffReprints a series that originally appeared in paper form 2001-2004 (and also includes selected Apocryphal Tales entries). A collection of comic essays on queer theory, life, and other peculiar things. Includes ideas about gender, transgender, queer, suicide and mental health.

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Monday, July 6th, 2009
2:21 pm - In His Likeness restarts over at Geeker Dome!

Do you like dots? Who doesn't!

In His Likeness (http://www.inhislikeness.com) is a long running minimalistic comic about the Gods and how they view the world.

It's been going on for 5 years now and with an archive of 600+ strips, it's a bit daunting to think of how much you have to go...

Well we've fixed that. Sorta.

In His Likeness is a featured webcomic over at the new home for geeky podcasts GEEKER DOME! You can get your fill of dots 5 days a week starting today with #1.

Now each strip will feature me DVD-LIKE COMMENTARY**!!!

So check out the Dot Revolution - In His Likeness @ http://www.geekerdome.com

**DVD-LIKE is a subjective term.

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Monday, June 15th, 2009
6:48 pm - NJ Webcomics Chaos: A Meetup in NJ!

Hey everyone - this is just a reminder that this Saturday is the next meeting for NJ Webcomic Chaos.

We'll likely have coffee and bakery donuts for all. Any suggestions of stuff to do is welcome. Other than that we'll just hang out and get to know each other.

I'll be bringing sketchbook stuff and my laptop. I hope to see some of you local people there! :D

Details are here:


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Monday, June 8th, 2009
12:45 pm - Drawing Day in Second Life


Left: This is a the Second Life gallery for Drawing Day. That's my avatar Laurel Galli at front, and one of my pages for the Comikaze Challenge at back to the left of Draw / Upload / Display sign (the whole entry is here at the PulpForums).

  09-06-07 Drawing Day 1     09-06-07 Drawing Day 2

Right: I came back later to add two more images to the Drawing Day gallery in Second Life. The lag was extreme, as it was packed with prims and scripts. That's my avatar Laurel Galli at front. My images (from this year's Comikaze Challenge)are:
Page 01 - graffiti on stone wall at rear;
Page 06 - figure holding pink box at right;
Page 12 - comic on rear wall, centre.

After I dropped of these images, I went to see fireworks in Livingtree, but that's another story.

current mood: tired

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Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009
10:15 pm - Drawing Day '09


Seems to be the time for drawing, whether it's comics or not.  This weekend also features also Drawing Day which takes place on the first Saturday in June (the 6th this year). The blurb on that page states:

Drawing Day is a worldwide drawing event encouraging everyone to drop everything and draw for the sake of art. Help us create 1 million drawings online this day.

In fact, if you are doing comics for Comikaze Challenge , you can also send them on to Drawing Day. I have a feeling I'm going be drawing a lot this weekend.

current mood: creative

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