I started Endless Origami back in 2o1o. The Far Side and Calvin and Hobbes were a big source of inspiration for me as a kid, I began filling a binder full of my own comics. They were pretty crude and random, but some of them still hold up. By the end of highschool I had graphics tablet and drew everything on the computer. It was around that time that I gave the comics a name and put my work online. Originally I posted on blogspot (you’ll notice I had a different watermark on my earlier comics).
I continued making comics pretty regularly up until 2014 when college and my personal life became overwhelming. I posted a total of 6 comics throughout 2014 and 2015, which is a huge shame. After such a long break I have a lot of pent up creative energy and Endless Origami is the perfect outlet, so I’m back to regular updates 🙂
NSFAQ (Not So Frequently Asked Questions):
How Do I Make my Comics?: I use Flash CC and a Wacom Tablet.
Do You Sell any Merch? (T-Shirts, Stickers, Books, etc.): Not yet, but I think 2016 is the year I finally get around to making some t-shirts after I finish revamping the website.
Does Endless Origami Exist in Other Languages?: Yes! Some people have translated a large portion of my comics into Spanish and a few other languages. I’d love to host them on my site, but it’s a bit complicated supporting multiple languages. If you’d like to translate my comics I would be very flattered, you can even download the official Endless Origami!
Other Comics I Like: Nedroid, Perry Bible Fellowship, Cyanide and Happiness, Buttersafe, but I gotta say this is by far the best webcomic out there.
Licensing/Sharing: Endless Origami is licensed under a Creative Commons license, meaning you are free to share, save, or edit these comics any way you want so long as you are not selling them or using them commercially (if you’re not sure it’s probably fine). So by all means post these comics anywhere you want but please provide a link back to my site whenever possible.