I'd never thought making comics could be a group activity. For me
it was a very solitary pursuit. That changed when I went to
my first comic convention and met other comic book artists.
We started drawing comics together - passing a
communal page back and forth to each other, filling in one panel
at a time. The stories we made were silly and nonsensical, but
we were making each other laugh. We inspired each other to take
risks and be more creative with what we drew. It was magic.
I wanted that feeling to last longer than just a comic convention.
We Draw Comics is a way to make stories with friends
through a series of comic panels. Read a story that your friends made,
then draw your own panel and add to the story.
Think of it as a playground for comics.
Nothing. It's free. We don't even have advertisements on the site, though we currently are
receiving support for hosting fees from Topatoco
They are wonderful, wonderful people and you should go buy a t-shirt or book from their site.
No, it is not Draw Something.
Please contact me at wedrawcomics-AT-gmail-DOT-com or submit a problem using the feedback form.
We Draw Comics is still in BETA so technical problems are very likely to occur.
Chances are that we do not know these problems exist, so please speak up and tell us about
what is bothering you.
Currently, any comics or drawings you post are publicly viewable by everyone.
However, one day we'd like to allow users to create private books that are only
viewable by invited friends.
Not yet, these things take time and I am just one person! I would love to make a mobile app for this site,
I just need more time, money, or people.
That sounds awesome! Please consider writing these ideas down in the feedback box
or emailing them to wedrawcomics-AT-gmail-DOT-com
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