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RIM Comics Jul 18 2013 01:00 am

Well, that about wraps up our current story for now! I love doing story arcs, but there's something kind of constricting about it on this weekly schedule! What are you gonna do?

Well, what I'm gonna do is some more short, gag-based comics. I might do a tiny storyline between now and October, and I'll probably do some sort of Hallowe'en storyline leading up to the 2 year mark on October 31 this year! I actually have a bit of a ghost story in mind, but I shan't say any more about it just now.

Thanks for checking us out today! There are great and wonderful things in store for RIM Comics, so I hope you stick with us! New pages now update on Thursdays, and you can find me on the interwubs at the following prime locations:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RIM_Comics
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RimComics

How about Google+? Is that a thing any of you like to do? I've been on the fence about it, just because I already feel like I'm spread too thin online. But if anyone out there is interested in that sort of thing, drop me a line!

For that matter, got a question, comment, or greeting? If you've read any of my comics and you have anything to say about them, I'd love to hear from you! rimcomics@gmail.com

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RIM Comics Jul 18 2013 01:09 am

Another question for any interested party: Normally I do 4-panel strips in a page format, to get better detail from the larger picture it offers. (If you're not sure what I'm talking about, check out any recent 4-panel strip. Like this one, for example: http://rimcomics.smackjeeves.com/comics/1758733/tumblin-tumblers/ )

I felt the level of detail on this one was low enough that I could get away with making it a classic comic strip layout. Most of the time, however, I feel like all the detail gets lost when I do this. I've seen other strips, like Sam & Fuzzy, use the same workaround, so I'm sure I'm not the only one to struggle with this. I feel like Jeph Jacques of Questionable Content also does well using his wide panels set vertically. Anyway, what do you think? I doubt I'll be retiring the more vertical layout anytime soon. I think most of us are familiar enough with the mouse wheel or scroll shortcut that we're beyond the unspoken "no-scroll" rule of webcomics. Except horizontal scrolling, let's be totally fucking serious here.

Your thoughts? Email me at rimcomics@gmail.com ! I'd love to hear from you.