Lettering Hot Seat: Biblenauts, Crowded Void and Melonpool

This is the final installment of the Lettering Hot Seat. Same rules as always; I’ll make a few remarks and then open the discussion to the membership at large. Please feel free to join the conversation with your thoughts.

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The UPS Store

Let me tell you why I love the UPS Store. They made my life easier. And they’re saving me hundreds. Hundreds. Here’s how…

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Mailbag: How many people read my comic?

This was originally posted in the forum, but I’d like to bring it out front to open it up to a wider discussion. Q: I’m curious as to what the best way of determining how many readers on one’s comic website. […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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The crossbar I

I had an epiphany today. Teaching the lettering segment of my Sequential Arts class at Hussian School of Art, I covered some of the basics of lettering — both hand-lettering and digital lettering. During the course of the lecture, I […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Wizard World buys Pittsburgh Comicon

Pittsburgh Comicon is announcing that they have been bought by Wizard World. From their e-mail:

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Domain registrars compared

Google has entered the domain-registry field in a move that many have called a game-changer. Here’s a look at their service and how it stacks up against other domain registrars. To make things a little easier, I’ve decided to compare […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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USPS: No Rate Hike for Jan. 2015

And now for a little good news. Every year around this time, the US Postal Service typically announces rate hikes. But, for now, at least, the USPS is not changing their prices for the new year. Coupled with the reduction […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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