Mini-Comics Day

Last weekend I celebrated Mini-Comics Day with my fiancée and friends. Our friend Eden played host. The goal is to make short comics, typically 8 pages, using simple folded paper and staplers with pencils, markers, crayons, and pens.

From left to right: Carolyn Belefski www.curls-studio.com, my fiancee Krissy www.krissydowning.com, myself www.televisionzombies.com, and Jake Warrenfeltz www.kinginkcomics.com

From left to right: Carolyn Belefski www.curls-studio.com, my fiancee Krissy www.krissydowning.com, myself www.televisionzombies.com, and Jake Warrenfeltz www.kinginkcomics.com

Krissy, myself, Joe Mochove www.fullsanction.com, and Zarmina Sulaiman

Krissy, myself, Joe Mochove www.fullsanction.com, Zarmina Sulaiman, and Jake

Read on to see the two comics I created, Time Dancer and Power Teens.

My first comic that I made ended up becoming Time Dancer. We all went in with no pre-planning. I just drew each page as it came up. It’s a free-flowing exercise. I definitely recommend trying it with friends if you have not done it before. Another great event that’s similar is 24 Hour Comics Day where you try to draw a page an hour for one full day. Krissy, Carolyn and I have all done that as well.

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Once I finished Time Dancer, I decided I felt like creating another comic but decided to set an additional obstacle for myself. I would do it within an hour. I give you… Power Teens.

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If you decide to make some mini-comics, reply here and let us know!

  • Lamar the Revenger

    I’m crying here. So good!!!

  • I need to see more Power Teens.

  • Then organize a Mini Comics get together!