It takes a lot to render Scout speechless. I guess a perilous quest ending in a mountain-top dead end will do that. He’ll need some time to process all this, but it looks like the gravity of his situation is finally hitting home. Home, being the operative word.
In an effort to bring more readers into the fold, I just registered UTOB at the comic voting site TopWebComics. I’m not interested in any sort of competition, but I thought this might be another way to get more eyes on my comic. If you feel like helping out, take five seconds to click the button below and throw a vote my way (you don’t even have to be a registered user).
You can vote once a day until the earth falls into the sun (or until I stop making this comic) and each vote helps bring attention to Untold Tales of Bigfoot. And, as you know, the more people we have reading the comic, the better chance we’ll have a successful Kickstarter to get this thing printed.
Speaking of getting UTOB printed, it might not be readily apparent with once-a-week updates, but in a printed format, today’s page is the second half of a two-page spread. One of the things I like to do with two-page spreads is to use color-theming.
You can see in the pages above that I’ve color coordinated certain spreads so that, in a printed edition, you’re immersed in a cohesive color theme and mood. It’s just something I like to do to visually group pages or moments in time. It may not make a difference to you now, but oh-ho-ho, it’ll pay off big if we get this thing printed. Or not. Either way, it gave me something to talk about and fill space. : ) -v
Thanks for stopping by. I’d love to hear what you think of the comic. Just remember, Untold Tales of Bigfoot is for grown-ups and kids. So let’s keep the comments appropriate.