Designing a logo — Do’s and Don’t’s
Designing a logo for your comic can be surprisingly daunting. After all, many of us are either artists or we collaborate directly with artists. But designing a logo requires a slightly different skill set than designing a comic panel. So […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
ComicLab Ep 181 — Brad Guigar is a TikTok star
This week, exactly one week after Brad lectures on the dangers of getting distracted, one of his TikTok videos goes viral — and he spends the next two weeks… getting very, very distracted, Questions asked and topics covered… Going viral […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
ComicLab Ep 180 — Don’t Get Distracted!
This week, Brad and Dave discuss the fine art of not getting distracted by “shiny objects!” Questions asked and topics covered… How to avoid getting distracted Should you be using vertical scroll? Presenting ourselves as an Authority on comics Listen […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
Beware of this common scam
Through the Facebook page of the National Cartoonist Society, former NCS president Bill Morrison shared his recent experience with a check scammer that many people who accept freelance commissions have encountered. Let’s talk about how it works and how to […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
I accept criticism on my art from two sources: peers who are on a similar journey who I reach out to for advice (like an art-school critique, for example) and people with a demonstrated proficiency in my field. You’ll notice […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
ComicLab Ep 179 — Seeing your comics in other media
This week, Brad and Dave discuss writing your comics with other media in mind. Also: Artfol… is it the next big social media for artists? Questions asked and topics covered… Seeing your comics in other media Artfol Private hosting Composition […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
“Help! My archive is too big!”
While I was hosting my webinar* on webcomics for the Graphic Artists Guild, a comment came in from one of the attendees. This person said, “I think people avoid reading my comic because the archive is so big.” I disagree. […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
|Time: 08/27/2007 08:15 PM EDT
Episode Notes: Brad Guigar, Dave Kellett, Kris Straub and Scott Kurtz outline their new weekly podcast about the ins-and-outs of making comics for the web.