I'm starting a webcomic project

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And its name will be is Pepper&Carrot! I'll keep the little witch and the cat of the webcomic strip "Potion of Flight" I posted in May.

I also switched my previous comic to use Creative Commons license and opened a account on Patreon (a new service to receive patronage, so I could do less Freelance comission and more webcomics).



I also built a special page for the "Webcomics" categorie of this website.






License: CC BY
David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com, .
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15 comments

link JessicaLillis   - Reply

Wonderful cartoon gallery.Thank you for share this.

link Shian   - Reply

Hi David

I don't know if its just me not able to find the links, but do you sell any prints of your art, esp with regards to Pepper & Carrot?

Or do you have another website selling prints?

Please could you add or direct me in the right direction if you do

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Shian : Hi Shian,
For the moment, I didn't setup anything specific to Pepper&Carrot.
The only things I have are artwork on my deviantart print gallery :
http://deevad.deviantart.com/prints/
They propose poster, canvas printing, mugs, postcard, magnet printed from artworks.
I'll try to developp this summer a proper eshop with specific designed products.

link Craig   - Reply

Hi

I really like what you are making here, so much so I am printing them out as mini comics for my daughters. I was wondering though, what fonts have you used for the heading and bylines?

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Craig : Thank you Craig !
The title for the font 'Pepper&Carrot' is a 'custom one' but not as a ttf file. Just a title art. It was designed to look a bit like http://www.dafont.com/jester.font with a bit of more pointyness, and erosion on the letters.
For the webcomic itself speechbubbles , I'm using Lavi : http://www.dafont.com/lavi.font
You can find also all this files on the sources
http://www.peppercarrot.com/en/static6/sources
( the github README link show all fonts )
:-)

link Craig   - Reply

Thanks David

I will send you some pics when I have printed them so you can put them up on the Pepper & Carrot site if you like. I think it is a great way for artists to make money directly using Patreon and the fact you have open sourced it is fantastic.

I missed that github readme somehow. Thanks for the heads up.

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Craig : Thank you for your encouragements about my way to redifine what should be art on internet :-) I hope you'll not have too hard time to manage episode 1 and 2 ( they were made at a time where I wasn't designing story with pages , but as a single long strip ; they can be hard to cut, but possible ).

link Craig   - Reply

No worries about the first two episodes, I opened up the source files in Krita and cropped them to single files. Do you want them for the source downloads?

PS. I own a little print company, prepress is my thing.

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Craig : Ha, no need for the cropped files. My issue is with the translation ; episode 2 has now over 18 lang in separate SVG files, and refactor all ( cropping all SVGs ) with episode 1 could take days. So , I prefer to let them like this for the moment.
Ho, prepress and printing ? nice !

link Simon   - Reply

Vraiment de superbes réalisation, bravo !!

link Yohann   - Reply

J'adore j'aimerai tellement savoir faire du print comme cela

link Mon Hello   - Reply

Pff les images sont magnifiques, j'en reste bouche bée

link Robert   - Reply

Est-ce que l'on peut se procurer tes bds en format papier ?

link arul   - Reply

My kiddo enjoyed reading all the 20 episodes. Eyecatching pesentation. Looking forward to more. Thanks for sharing.

link Rosie Williams   - Reply

Amazing webcomics Pepper&Carrot! Thank you so much for posting this!!

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