Make it weird, chilling, and existential. Jeffrey Brown on ideas, storytelling and creating great black characters
Jeffrey brown came by to talk about their webcomics, and their art. It’s cartoony, and interesting, inspired by b-movies and vertigo. They also talked about how we live in a sea of ideas, and how most things are interpretations or re-interpretations of other things we’ve experienced. The key is to make it interesting.
- Official website - https://thevalkyriequartet.com/
- Twitter - https://twitter.com/tsujigo
- Coffee - https://ko-fi.com/A4261OOS
My pronouns are (They/Them)
I am Non Binary
I am just your average self-taught artist who is overworked and underpaid, I live In the sunshine state of Florida in the middle of nowhere. I work part-time at the local restaurant during the week and draw comics on my day off or whenever I can get some free time to put it more clearly. in essence, I am an unknown web cartoonist with weird and sometimes interesting ideas. ( sometimes my very best and sometimes my very worse either way I am doing what I love and no one can take it away from me ) and I enjoy every minute of it.
My interests are listening to vintage and out of date 80s/90s music and new wave underground electronic (namely the crystal castles to name a few ) and the stylish tunes of Amy Winehouse ( her old stuff before rehab and after, writing and illustrating my bizarre webcomic and just making art. I want to get published but right now I do not feel like I am quite ready yet to publish anything professionally yet so this (blog/webcomic) is sort of a testing ground for me to test my growing skill (a testing ground for my comics work ) .
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