I did a comic where a little girl on Santa’s lap asks for Barbie and Xena. It showed up on Reddit and got over 200,000 views. Awesome, except someone had put their website url over mine. So make that 200,000 people that will never know that there are 4,000 more comics where that came from. Now when I end up at those websites that compile a bunch of funny pictures, I try and track down the original author of the funny picture, which is usually funny art. Google image search is your magical, all knowing friend. It takes two extra steps, but you can usually find the original artist nowadays.
I have a Patreon page.
$10 patrons vote on what comic ideas are good enough to go on the main site.
There’s also a buttload of extra content for free. $5 will get you all of the behind the scenes sketches and unfinished comics. $3 will get you an advertisement free Devil’s Panties site which loads way faster for binge reading.
I’ll be at Dragon Con in Atlanta Georgia September 1 – 4, 2017
I’ll have a table in the Comics and Pop Artist Alley located on the third floor (I think?) of the Americas Mart table 108M
Title: Kilt Blowing with Jennie Breeden
Time: Sun 01:00 am Location: International North – Hyatt (Length: 1 Hour)
Moderator / MC for panel
(Tentative Panelists: Jennie Breeden)
Description: A behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to produce a successful web-based comic strip series, given by both new and established webcomic artists.
Time: Sun 07:00 pm Location: 208-209 – Hilton (Length: 1 Hour)
(Tentative Panelists: Mel. White, Adam Withers, Comfort Love, Bill Holbrook, Jennie Breeden, John Lotshaw)