Bitstrips and Spacechips

I’ve really kind of gotten into the whole webcomics culture lately. The more I write “Reclaimer”:, the more I like the whole notion and business of webcomics. I like to write, I like to play around with visual graphics, and of course, I’m a total Web-head. I’m actually thinking about starting to draw and write another webcomic in addition to Reclaimer. That’s still a thought in the development process, though.

So, I came across something called “Bitstrips”: today (thanks to a news post on Boing Boing). I doubt very highly that I’ll ever choose to use Bitstrips as a final comic-making outlet – while being quite flexible, it’s still a bit more limited that what my imagination requires – but it is kind of fun to mess around with. I made kind of a lamely comedic comic today, mostly just to run the thing through its paces:

Feel free to go check it out, and if you end up producing a comic with it, let me know! I’m always looking for some new, quality comics to read.

2 thoughts on “Bitstrips and Spacechips”

  1. Perhaps you might want to try toonlet as well. Toonlet puts the focus on character creation and customization, with a powerful avatar tool so you can make cartoon characters that look authentically hand-drawn.

    From there, it’s easy to build out a library of moods for your characters to use in their comic strips.

    Come check out the site, or take the toonlet tour:

    Let us know what you think!

    -Ian (from toonlet)

  2. I’m not from bitstrips, but I have been trying it out and it’s damned addictive. this is me here; you should also check out Chris.

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