Earlier this year I started work on a project called Make 100 Mini Comics. The goal was to take my 8 mini-comics that I created on 24 Hour Comic Day and make them into a set. There’s a lot of other things I wanted to do with the project too, such as printing them all in two-color Risograph ink, but the biggest challenge by far has been folding the comics. I have about 300 prints of each comic, and it takes me an hour to fold about 150, so I decided to spend most of the weekend cutting and folding these comics until I at least had 150 of each comic ready to be assembled into a set.
Cut and folded 1500 mini-comics this weekend. Now I finall get to assemble them as sets. pic.twitter.com/4rv1vOGH94
— Doctor Popular (@DocPop) July 29, 2018
.@ladycartoonist helped me fold a ton of mini-comics today and then shot this video afterwards. pic.twitter.com/wGWcjOuPmX
— Doctor Popular (@DocPop) July 23, 2018
Folded 400 mini-comics with the help of four friends tonight. About 800 more to do… probably myself. pic.twitter.com/sBj5IdCuXT
— Doctor Popular (@DocPop) July 28, 2018
I have about 500 left to fold, but I’ve managed to assemble 150 sets of comics to ship out to my Kickstarter backers. The rest will be made available online soon.