We're not sure where to start but briefly:
In the 1990s we were information brokers and turned into film scriptwriters and producers, and just recently started our own publishing house. As COVID has slowed us down somewhat, we returned to our first love: animation and comics. We were greatly influenced by the anthropomorphic (or furry) fandom, and from there we started writing a ton of stories together. then we got into comics and started thinking about fun ideas that revolved around the South Pacific. We didn't see too much of that around, so we thought we'd capitalize, plus both of us have always dreamed of the island life. But neither of us can draw anything but stick figure cats, and great attention, so we started hiring artists to fill that void.
Our first webcomic, "The Depths" gained quite a following and with it a #1 rating on Google for adult furry comics. (you can of course message for a link, provided you're over 18 - ir just Google adult furry comics and we should be top of your screen) Then we needed something a bit more tame, so we started writing a comic strip called "Insignificant Otters" (a cute play on "significant others") featuring two otters, Emma and Kevin, seemingly stranded on a deserted island and trying to survive. With one catch: he's in love with her and she won't give him the time of day. The jury's still out but we've managed to stick around the "Popular Comedy" category so...go us. ^^ It's drawn by veteran Walt Disney artist and animator Jim Roy Jimenez
Our other webcomic is "Island Girls", a little less-known right now, but getting a following. This one's about scantily-clad 19-year-old girls on the South Pacific island facing love and danger in the 1930s. We're trying to keep it PG-13, and it's not easy. =P It's beautifully illustrated by Ralph Del Mundo, and if the name's familiar, he just got a movie deal for "Rock n Roll Diesel Zombies".
So far we've managed to, well, maybe not succeed just yet, but getting there. We want to tell every comic creator out there that doesn't feel they are popular yet - stick with it, be passionate about what you do, and you soon will be. Just be patient. We're also happy to help anyone out, be it a critique, a review, a little editing, whatever. We're not in competition here, and the goal should be that we're all successful. So don't hesitate to message. Our only payment we ask for is a like and a subscription.
Here's to your success!
Paula and Paul, Scribes Unlimited