Our second update to Comic Life 3 for iOS for 2015, yes second, has just been released, download it today while it still has that new car smell! What’s New in Version 3.0.4? Glad you asked!
Comic Life 3.0.7 for Mac & Windows update is now available. The first update for the year! This 3.0.7 update, along with various bugfixes and stability improvements, brings the following improvements:
Here at plasq, we wish everyone a Happy New Year and fantabulous 2015! Thank you to everyone who has used our software. We certainly have some exciting plans for the year ahead! We’ll start the year off with a fantastic…
Over at Watersheddings Primary, in Oldham, England, the students have been using Comic Life to create some amazing newspaper reports.
This is a terrific poster series for P.E. created using Comic Life by Kevin Tiller. Kevin is the author of a couple of books, including “Phys. Ed. Fun & Fitness” which was created entirely using Comic Life for iOS on…
The holidays are here and people are celebrating all over the place. So we wanted to give you a little gift for being such incredi-mazing supporters! You can download the template to our greeting card and create your own card. All of the styles are there! All you need to do is edit the text and add your own picture. If you want that cool halftone fill to come through be sure to use the Instant Alpha feature to knockout the background of you image.
Download the template and get started! If you don’t have Comic Life 3 you can try it free for 30 Days! Download for Mac and PC from plasq.com/downloads
And if you want a more traditional look for your holiday card you can use this one. Be sure to download from here!
Comic Touch 2.0.6 is available! This update has fixed a potential undo crash and improved the quality of exported images.
In time for Halloween, like a good treat, Comic Life 3.0.2 is available! This update has removed a poltergeist that resulted in poor quality of shared images.
Just in time for Halloween! Comic Touch 2.0.5 is available! This update has chased some evil ghosts away (fixed some bugs) and made it less scary for iDevices running iOS8!
This is a great creation by Bruce Lukaszewicz over at BELphotos. Created with the help of Comic Life 3.
plasq Introduces Comic Life 3 for iPad and iPhone September 23, 2014 in Photo and Video [prMac.com] Charleston, South Carolina – plasq LLC today is proud to introduce Comic Life 3 for iOS, the latest edition of its award winning…
Professionally design comics with Comic Life. Lora Innes, creator of The Dreamer Comic, letters her pages using Comic Life. Take a look at this video tutorial and see just how you can take your drawings from art to comic!
This tutorial was created with Comic Life 2. You can use the same tools shown here in Comic Life 3!
The incomparable Jennifer LaGarde put together a list to make this the best year ever. She designed a great poster from her list in Comic Life. She did a phenomenal job making use of all the different design options available in Comic Life. Check out those drop shadows and the custom style she created for the speech balloons. You can design a comic page like this too!
We’ve been having deep thoughts about script writing and education in our offices lately, and I wanted to reach out to our community with them.
Comic Life 3 received a major overhaul on several fronts, including the work flow process, which is what I want to discuss today. Here at plasq we do not pretend to be educators, but we have spent years listening and adapting our apps based on the suggestions and needs of the educators with which we have spoken.
I’m not sure if you’ve heard of this little publication that’s been around a while, The New York Times. They just put out an article about making your own comics, and guess who is at the top of the heap? That’s right, Comic Life! Yeah, baby!
Here are some excerpts from Kit Eaton’s article, Transforming Your Photos Into Comic Strips:
“Of the comic book apps I’ve used, Comic Life, $5 for an iOS version, has the most features and works best on an iPad because of the bigger screen.”
“Because the app relies on your photos to create stories, you don’t need any drawing skills to get a good result.”
“I love the way the app allows you to edit tiny details, from the shape and style of word bubbles to the size and placement of each story cell.”