We’re looking for affiliates! If you’ve got a web comic and would like to link swap with us, please let us know!
Feel free to grab one of our banners from our Extras page. 🙂
We’re starting to get requests for banners for link exchanges, so we’re making some up – you’ll be able to find whatever we’ve got under the Extras page. We’d been holding back on doing any real advertising or exchanges until we had some actual content, but I think we’re hitting that point, so we’ll be setting up a Link page soon.
If you don’t see a size you like/need, please let us know and we’ll make one.
Here’s another sped-up video of the inking and shading of Page 25.
Also, we’ve got some F&W swag coming for cons and the like, so we’ll be posting pictures of that soon!
For those of you who are interested in such things, we’ve got a sped up version of Aimo inking and shading today’s page (18) up on YouTube. 🙂
Fox & Willow had a nice little write up over at ComicBooked.com!
The comic has elements of magic in it, a slightly anime feel in the gorgeous artwork mingling with a slightly Disney feel in the fact that a princess is out in the woods with her talking animal companion, and the over-all feel that something wonderful and magical is about to happen in this—along with excitement and shocking revelations that must come in every great adventure.
Just as a quick side-note, however – although yes, F&W seems more on the family friendly side at the moment – it won’t always be that way. Many fairy tales have fairly brutal natures, and we won’t be glossing over them. Sex and violence are very much a part of many of these stories, and the same is true for Fox & Willow, so just keep that in mind. We’ll probably post a warning or two if things start to edge over the line.
We’ve created a few F&W sidebar badges for anyone who’d like to help spread the word. Save them and upload them wherever with a link back to here.
We’re so excited to announce that the Fox & Willow graphic novel is now live! Check back with us every Monday and Thursday for a new page!
So we’ve got a YouTube channel now that you can subscribe to, although we may be posting some of them here in the blog as well, but we thought it might be a fun way to watch the progress of how the comic is made.