WELL DANG THIS SEEMS LIKE A GREAT IDEA. SEND AN APPRECIATION TO BBC THREE!! GO GO GO!!
everyone needs to be as hellbent as we were during the polls! this could actually get us a third season! they noticed our dedication in the polls, now let’s prove it by telling them all about the show and why it’s so great!
it’s easy and only takes a few steps! fill out the basic information and then tell them why you love in the flesh so much and what makes it great (and that you want a third season!) and you’re done! send it away!
LET’S DO THIS.
IN THIS POST the BBC’s Tree tweet account said that if the fans show their apreciation for the show, their “recomissioner might be swayed.” So I tried to do it but I found it’s not a piece of cake, so I’m doing this post to help out others who might have the same trouble. IN THIS LINK you click in this option: Alternatively you can use our webform to send us your comments. Then you do it like in this picture:
The rest is easy, is personal information and your feedback.
I hope it help you all out and let’s do it people, let’s #SaveInTheFlesh
this story always fascinates/terrifies me
imagine noticing your food going missing, setting up a webcam expecting to see like a cat or a raccoon or something, only to see a grown ass woman crawl out of your closet like something from the Ring and then crawl straight back in again
that closet which, as you view the footage on your laptop, stands about a foot away from you at this moment
Id be having a heart attack
Have you ever seen something completely baffling but also technically excellent? I can’t believe how well this person edited Jane into Treasure Planet so she and Captain Amelia could fight the bad guy from Osmosis Jones. “Man,” I say to myself, “I could never make this bizarre music video about beloved animated characters becoming ghosts.”
it always disappointed me that Monster Girls are an anime porn thing rather than something used to explore the way society and the media dehumanises women, but oh well
shout out to all my fellow monsters
Anonymous said: Hi, I just wanted to say that I love your art, and your rockin comics were so inspiring that I've decided to write my own! Any advice for someone totally inexperienced in comic-making? Also, do you have any webcomic recommendations? Thanks <33
Oh I’m so glad you’re inspired to make comics!! Just sitting down and creating them and putting them out there has brought SO MANY wonderful things into my life, I can’t stress enough how important it is just to get started!
In terms of advice, here’s what I think has been especially important for me on my journey:
- READ LOTS OF COMICS! 2 years ago I didn’t have the remotest concept of the broadness and scope of stories that were possible to tell through comics. But there’s honestly SO MUCH there and even though you will definitely forge your own path, it’s great to find work that really speaks to you in the way it tells its story as well as the content itself.
- START SMALL AND PRACTICE HEAPS! My first ever finished comic was only 8 pages! It was a good length to start with, because it allowed me to see it through without losing courage or motivation - the end was always in sight! Also you can share the finished product much quicker, which is a really good feeling. You’ll also improve wildly as you go, so it’s nice to start out a little smaller and not feel pressured to go back and make changes as you’re working on something/become more aware of your mistakes. That said,
- MISTAKES ARE COOL AND YOU SHOULD MAKE THEM! It’s way better to make mistakes because you were actually out there doing stuff and trying and experimenting than to not make them at all! I look back and CRINGE so hard at my previous comics but it’s okay - we’re learning all the time, so if you get too hung up on ensuring all your output is of The Highest Possible Standard, you’re gonna spend a lot of time agonizing and revising. Definitely do the best you can, but also breathe and let go.
- MAKE STUFF YOU REALLY REALLY LIKE! Don’t worry about what a comic “should” be. It should be whatever the hell you damn please. If you wanna draw a hard scifi political thriller, do it. If you wanna draw cute boys working in a cafe, do it. Never ever feel bad.
- TALK TO OTHER PEOPLE MAKING COMICS! One of the coolest things is that there are SO MANY PEOPLE making amazing comics online right now, and another cool thing is that they’re all super excited about it and are generally pretty dang nice!! Tumblr isn’t bad, but honestly you should grab yourself a Twitter if you haven’t already, it’s where so many comic/webcomic artists hang out and it’s really easy to yell nice things and start conversations!! Peers are really important to have, and a huge part of why I’m still excited about comics every day! I’m so grateful for Twitter for letting me get to know the people I always admired and even work with them and have them in my life!!
As for recs, I definitely have them but this post is already fairly long and I’ve actually been meaning to do a big detailed webcomic recommendation post for a while! So I’ll end this here and ask you to look out for that soon~
I hope this was able to help a little bit! Best of luck with your comics!!