Be a social-media sniper
I got a Facebook friend request from a cartoonist, and, as usual, I accepted. Within seconds I got a “thanks for the add” direct message. Friending is not exactly an “add,” but I decided not to split semantic hairs. I […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
ComicLab Ep 206 — Book-signing blues
This week, we discuss all of the hidden challenges in signing a book! Questions asked and topics covered… How to sign a book Sketches and Artist Editions Bookplates Losing focus on a project Offensive humor Dave Kellett’s Memento Mori Brad […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
December To-Do List
It’s already December. It’s a month dominated by holidays — both preparing for and celebrating them — and it’s the end of the year. It’s probably the most challenging months for a webcartoonist, so let’s get organized.Read more
Blambot’s Cyberweek Sale
Blambot’s biggest sale of the year is happening now! Save 30% off of Blambot’s already low font prices with code CYBERWEEK at checkout. Sale ends December 5.Read more
Nobody wants to buy a T-shirt with your character or your logo on it. It’s not that your original character is bad. Rather, it’s the fact that you don’t understand why people buy (and wear) T-shirts.Read more
What size should your graphic novel be?
Beginning cartoonists often ask what size they should make their comic. Many are looking for “standard” sizes. The answer is a little more complicated than you’d expect — and it means focusing on what’s really important about the comic you’re doing.Read more
Patreon Pro Tip — Record a Walkthru
Patreon has proven to be a game-changer for may people pursuing webcomics. But some new patrons have a hard time navigating the Patreon interface to get the most out of their patronage. While I don’t mind seeing “my financial situation has […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...Read more
Episode Notes: We take our first shot at answering that age-old question.
Episode Notes: Brad, Kris and Dave give their SPX wrap-up, fighting spam and luddies with rulers.