Comic Artist’s Rehab

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In November last year I was lucky enough to participate in Amber’s Comic Artist Rehab project. The task was to produce four panels every four days for four weeks and it was really tough. It seems that in every round since there is a slump of enthusiasm around the half way mark. I stopped colouring my panels around that point. This is the first installment. The rest of the Warm Kitty story can be found here, you need to work from the bottom up for the continuity to work. Visit the tasty artists from this round and post some encouragement. It always made a big difference.

39 Responses to “Comic Artist’s Rehab”

  1. Michelle

    The comic strips are so adorable! Go Warm Kitty!I’ve been checking out your Etsy links too – I have a major love of owls, so you are this week’s owl enabler!

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  2. kate

    Lovely to see you back. Even more now that the gremlin that stopped me seeing the posts on your site seem to have vacated the premises. Gorgeous new site design.

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  3. sarah

    I remember having to do that in Middle School. I made my egg a bed in an old butter tub — I packed it with doll blankets and I cut half of the lid out and covered the rest with fabric to look like a blanket — and I drew a face on it and everything. I would make my parent’s babysit and pay them by doing extra chores.

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  4. Phoebe

    So delighted to hear your ‘voice’ again! Loobylu was the first blog I ever visited after seeing Ms Megabyte feature your blog on GMA with Burt. The addiction has grown and breathed freshness into many a stale day.Thank you!

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  5. theresa

    Hey, you weren’t kidding–hurray!!! You’re back! All decked out in pink. YOur comics are charming and would make a nice Zine if nothing else. Looking forward to bookmarking you again.;-)

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  6. Frogdancer

    Wow! I don’t know about anyone else, but that’s a lot of comments welcoming you back! I look forward to catching up with the goss.

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  7. Maria Pereira

    just found out, reading Rosa’s blog, that your back. You just made my day! A love your blog and I look forward for your lovelly posts.

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  8. june fox

    huzzah for loobylu! welcome back. I hope you had a nice rest. yours is the first blog i ever read… and now it’s started again… it’s a little like christmas…

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  9. Judy

    So glad your back and now I am in Melbourne myself. My own small group of friends will expect to hear from me as well.lots of love and respect Judy

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  10. Lisa

    Now and then I’d stop by your site, give a little sigh, and wish you (welcome!) back. Oh joy! SO happy to see you again…

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  11. mari

    i dropped by on a whim – not expecting anything new & there you were! so glad you are back!mari

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  12. louisa

    wow! that’s some seriously hard work! i love your comics! where can i see more of your stuff?do you use a tablet do do them? with all that detailed colouring and stuff? i ask because a friend of mine has bought a tablet and is getting into learning to use it.

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  13. Sam

    Aww, the comics were so adorable! I love the little story and, as always, I love your illustrating style!

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  14. when skies are grey

    WOW!!!! How exciting…you were my first and favorite blog, so nice to have you back. Love the idea of these comics–all that work that never would’ve made it out of your head. Will now check it out. Welcome back!

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  15. tali

    ooh aah!I saw your stuff on comic rehab a while ago.. v cute!Good to have you back in blogville 🙂

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