I just launched a new website at www.dougsavage.com!
I’ll be using the new site for sharing my artistic process, answering your questions, and talking about all of my creative projects (including Savage Chickens, and my upcoming graphic novel, Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy). And for posting cat photos, of course.
I’m really excited about this book! It’s been so much fun to get to know these characters — and I’m stepping off of the post-it note and doing this book in full color! Crazy, huh? I’m loving this project so much and I can’t wait for you all to see it!
For now, you can sign up on the Laser Moose website and I’ll let you know when the book is available. And if you happen to be at New York Comic Con this weekend (Oct 8-11), stop by the GoComics/Andrews McMeel Publishing booth #2219 and you might be able to pick up an exclusive Laser Moose button!
And I also started a new tumblr for posting other people’s stuff that I like – check it out.
And you can still find me on:
– Instagram – mostly behind-the-scenes sketches and cat photos
– Twitter – random thoughts, retweets, links to the comics
– Tumblr – my original Tumblr where I post my comics and other Savage Chickens stuff
– GoComics – classic strips every weekday (and they have a cool app)
– Facebook – where I swing by and say hello now and then.
– Flickr – more photos
– Google+ – mostly links to comics
I wrote a guest post over on the GoComics blog today, as part of their “Meet Your Creator” series. Go check it out!
I talk about how a became a cartoonist, my process, and what I’ve learned from years of chickening. And you can see a picture of me sitting here at my messy desk (see if you can spot: a leprechaun, K-9, and the Millennium Falcon). If you have any follow-up questions, throw them into the comments or feel free to email me!
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