Andy Goldman’s blog Lithicbee put up a really nice writeup of Little Guardians yesterday. Thanks Andy!
BONUS GUEST ART!
The first time I ever exhibited my comics, Bryan was the very first cartoonist to greet me, introduce himself and basically welcome me into the webcomics community. I’ll never forget it and it still motivates me to pay it forward to this day. Bryan has been releasing a new sweet desktop wallpaper every week this year here! My favorites being the Blade Runner, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, Dr. Who, and Hellboy wallpapers. It really is hard to pick a favorite.
Time for a comic schedule update! Chapter 1 will be wrapping up Wednesday, March 14th. We can’t tell you enough how great it’s been sharing this story with you and hearing your feedback. Ed and I appreciate every comment and all the time spent spreading the word about Little Guardians.
Starting March 15th there will be no new pages for a month while we continue to work ahead on Chapter 2. We’ve got a bunch of surprises planned that we’ll be working on. The most important surprise we can reveal now, which is:
I am putting together the first printed edition of Little Guardians! It will be approximately 100+ pages which includes the Prologue, Chapter 1 and select pages from Thistlewhite’s Demon Journal. We hope to debut the book around mid June.
***Chapter 2 will launch Monday April 16th.***
Until then, I have a few special updates planned featuring Little Guardians process artwork and concept art. But we’d also love to share more guest art from our friends so you can consider this an open call for guest art submissions. We are always happy to see art in the inbox no matter what time of year and will always share anything we receive, that is a promise. However, the break between Chapters 1 and 2 would be an ideal time to send it in. *wink!
The best way to send in guest art is to the official email address at littleguardianscomic(at)gmail.com
Our comic art area is 700 px by 1083 px.
Thank you for reading!
Over the weekend, Ed and I recorded a podcast interview with Kurt Sasso on his TGT Podcast. You can check out our episode here!
Other recent interviews I highly recommend, Episode 199 with Girl Genius creator Phil Foglio and Episode 192 with Legend of Bill creator David Reddick. You can find all the episodes on iTunes or on TGTmedia.com.
TGT started in 2008, by Kurt as a way to interview creative individuals and collaborators in the Comic, Film, Music and Game Industries. He’s posted hundreds of interviews on iTunes and Video interviews, focusing on the creators and their love for their medium.
Check them out!
Tamarind is an extremely cute character, I love her to death and she was super fun to draw. Seriously, she’s so cute! I may have to do some more Tama art to get it all out of my system. I’d describe Tale of Tamarind as an adventure/comedy set in a fantasy setting (elves/orcs/mages/magic swords) with emphasis on cute.
Perry fills the comic with humor and whimsy, and just the right amount of suspense. I definitely recommend it. Also, just draw that character, it’s addictive!