Stephen King crossed with True Detective
140 pages of suspense as journalist, Lina Santos, hunts for a child abductor no-one believes exists.
Hints and tips for how to make a comic book
From the Ancient Greeks to the New Gods, from the Leonardo DaVinci to Leonardo the Turtle, composition has always been an essential component of art. It is the difference between something being drawn accurately and something being drawn beautifully. So, what is the secret to great composition?Keep reading
Whether you prefer a natural look, bold colors, or something in-between, one thing is for sure, men and women have been using make-up to augment their appearance for centuries. Doing the same in your coloring can add another level to your characters.Keep reading
How can you make sure that you can pick your characters out in a crowd?
It’s tempting to rely on hairstyles, eye colors, and hair colors but here are three other features that will make your characters truly unique.
Mary Robinette Kowal’s formula for building plots and sub-plots in your comic. If you’ve read part one on this series on plotting your comic, you should have a skeleton of plot for your book. This next article is designed to help you put some meat on the bones.Keep reading
Blake Snyder’s famous book, Save the Cat, is touted as “the last book on screenwriting you’ll ever need”. Its words of wisdom have guided many in Hollywood to success in the 16 years since it was first released, but can they be applied to the world of comics? I think so.Keep reading
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Who are Inked Dreams?
We are a group of comic collaborators who came together via social media to create art. Our latest comic book, Gray Cells, is about to be released through UK publisher Markosia.