And the winners of the 5th Annual Q2Q Comics Costume Contest are…
Runner Up: Naomi as Morty
Naomi as Morty
Runner Up: Louise as Morty and Ben as Dishrag
First Prize: Rachel as La Ropasucia
Congratulations to the winners!
Thanks to everyone that submitted. The costumes, as always, were spectacular. Let’s do this again next year!
This is it folks. Today is the last day to get your entries for the costume contest in. Submissions close tonight at midnight. The winners will be announced tomorrow!
If you want your chance to win some original art, or prints, send me your best Morty, Wuggles, Cass, or any member of the Q2Q Crew!
It’s October, so of course we’re doing the costume contest again! Submit photographic proof of you dressed as your favorite Q2Q Comics character for Halloween and you can win fabulous prizes! Creativity, effort, and attention to detail will all help you earn points. You can enter by yourself, with a friend, or as a whole danged group if you want.
Top prizes this year include original art from a comic including your favorite character, a signed and doodled copy of Q2Q Comics Volume 1, and signed prints!
Send your entries to email@example.com with “Costume Contest” in the subject line by midnight on 11/1 to enter. I’ll announce the winners on 11/2.
Have at it!
Oh and check out some of the past years’ winners, too:
I did an interview with Ashley Flowers and Erik Hart’s props podcast Silk Flowers and Papier Mache Hearts!
It’s broken up into two parts, and part 1 is available to listen to right now with part 2 being dropped soon. In the first part we talk mostly about the comic and in the second we get into the relationship between props and sound, and we dive into foley, field recording, and sound effects.
You can listen the first part here.
Part 2 is up now!
You can listen to part 2 here!
I highly recommend checking out the rest of the podcast and following them.
Hi Folks! It’s Summerstock time!
I’m at my summer theatre home from now until October which, once again, means a few things:
- I will not be maintaining a strict three-a-week update schedule. It’ll be more like one-a-week, but sometimes more, sometimes less. It’ll be especially slow this month while we’re busy loading in for the season. I’ll be making more comics once the first show opens and my schedule stabilizes.
- New comics will continue appearing monthly in Stage Directions magazine. No interrupted service there.
- The shop is closed until October. I don’t have any of my merchandise with me and will not be able to ship anything, including prints. I am also not taking commissions for the duration (and probably won’t be taking any while I’m fulfilling the volume 2 kickstarter rewards through the end of the year, if I’m being honest).
- I won’t be as active on the usual internet places, so if you need to get in touch, use the contact form instead of sending a message on facebook/tumblr/wherever.
That’s it folks! If you’re off to your summer home, too, I wish you well! Have fun and make good art!