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I was chatting with another webcomics artist the other day and he made a suggestion: a good way to get the word out is to put up some animated cartoons on YouTube, but of course he was sure I would have figured that out on my own. At which point I kicked myself because no, […]

We hit the Florida State Fair this weekend in Tampa and it was an all-day spectacular. Florida knows how to do it right, with a jam-packed midway, paddle boats and no less than seven Ferris Wheels. The basics like farm animals, junior dance competitions and crafts were present. Oddities included an Elvis impersonator, giraffes, a […]

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Someone who has always had a lot of kind and inspiring words to say is Floyd Norman, former Disney animator who has published several books including the one I bought from him in San Diego, Faster! Cheaper! The Flip Side to the Art of Animation. Not only does the book give us a glimpse of […]

I’ve been experimenting this week with the ad server product Project Wonderful and having a great time doing it. For anyone that isn’t familiar with this service, you may have already seen it creeping into one of your favorite websites. Signing up for a free account gives you access both to advertising on the website […]

My sister graduated from SCAD with a Sequential Art degree, just as Scott did, and just as many of our favorite artist colleagues did as well. She formed an artist co-op with several of her talented friends and I’ve just finished getting most of the work done on their website, Cliffside Comics. I say most […]

What’s an easy way to help support Scooter and Ferret? Forward the strip to a friend! As we all say in the growing webcomics community, we’re not in competition with each other, we’re in competition with obscurity. You can forward your email to a friend, or try an interesting social link sharing site I’ve been […]

I’ve started Larry Niven’s book Ringworld three times and never finished it. I’m a science fiction fan, I really am, but I’m sorry guys, it’s just too stupid. But there was one aspect of his premise that has always captured my imagination: one of his characters, by way of natural selection, is bred for luck. […]

We’ve been in Florida for two years and haven’t gotten to know much of anyone creating comics. While we were off the strip we didn’t hit any cons, there are no Orlando comic clubs as far as we can discover, and the handful of ex-Disney animators we’d met weren’t particularly looking for new friends. So […]

At the request of the Artist, we would like to highlight some of the supportive statements we received from our friends and fans: “Well it’s about time! Welcome back. You’ve been missed.” – John Lustig, Last Kiss Comics “Looks great kids!” – Dan Baldwin, Indiana University “I am thrilled about your return. I am probably […]

We received our official confirmation that we have a booth reserved at Megacon, convention. I’m obviously excited because this is the first convention we’ve done since 2006. We didn’t have a lot of funds to work with when we were doing cons last time so we only did them in the Seattle/Vancouver/Olympia area. As much […]

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