Monthly Archives: March 2011

Photos from workshop at Inspire9

Thanks to Javier for shooting these photos at the picklet author workshop at Inspire9. An audience paying attention to picklets. Hilarity ensues. See the full set of photos over at kandinski’s flickr.

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Comic Jam page 3 and translations

First 3rd-party Comic Jam art Big thanks to Simon Braunstein for drawing page 3 of ‘Understanding Picklets’. Some other artists have signed up to contribute pages 2 through 6, but plenty more to be drawn. I’m sticking to my deadline … Continue reading

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A Picklet’s Progress

The picklet author workshop on Thursday night went well. For the first time the Picklet Builder site was sufficiently well-behaved that a couple of new authors were able to make draft picklets from their own drawings. Very exciting. Thanks to … Continue reading

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Comic Jam Page 1

Prompted by another artist (Thanks, Simon!) claiming and then quickly working up page 3 in the Understanding Picklets Comic Jam, I’ve drawn the first page. It’s not quite finished but will be the first page of actually-intended-for-publication comic art I’ve … Continue reading

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Authoring for translation

Using Google Translation Toolkit with Adobe Illustrator Using Adobe Illustrator, Google Translation Toolkit and some custom XSLT (extensible stylesheet language transformations) I’ve established a workflow for producing translated versions of my mini-comic ‘Understanding Picklets‘. I’m a Melbourne-based software developer. My … Continue reading

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