Three days ago, my friend Ted Seko, and I, started a webcomic strip “Twitter Jam”. This is not your standard webcomic. It’s a turn-based collaboration. Nothing like mixing it up!
Three panels each turn seemed appropriate, but anything can change. The one important thing to watch is to keep a good story going. No special formats. It wouldn’t surprise me if it looks like a collage at some point.
So, the next turn could be yours! It doesn’t have to be 3 panels, it could be 2, or 1. We have decided that we’ll host it here at the lab! If you feel up to the task, all you have to do is create three sequential panels that can be appended to this webcomic. Our suggestion, grab or print one strip and use it as a guide. Don’t feel restricted as to what to use. We started digitally, because it was easier (I used a mouse on strip 2!). I tried to emulate the style a bit, but it can all change. It’s up to you! The main thing is to make the story make some sort of sense, create excitement, anticipation, mystery, or whatever floats your bota. If you have technical problems appending to the graphic, let us know, and we’ll make it work. By the way, 3 panels is just a suggestion. You could just do one wide panel, or no borders, etc.
To claim your turn, leave us a comment here, or reach us via Twitter @FusionManT and @gonzalexx . We really hope to see some reactions in the next couple of days. Suggestions or comments on anything about the webcomic, or the way we handle it, are very much welcomed. I’ve never hosted one of these before, and I’m sure folks may have experience to share. What do you say?
IMPORTANT: Sorry to say, requests to join the webcomic jammer experiment team are closed as of now. I’ll confirm participation, and let everyone know in case a slot opens. Please stay tuned! Thanks for your patience.
Thanks for visiting. Hope you like the story so far. And have a great art time!