Welcome to the Alliance Chat: Where no topic has gone before!
In this podcast, we chat our plans and goals for 2016.
In this podcast, we chat our plans and goals for 2016.
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: Where no topic has gone before! Happy Post Holidays! We’re back! In this podcast, we chat with Wes Molebash of the comic “Molebashed”. We invited him on just before the holidays to chat with us about how he wants to apply Dawn’s business model of doing her webcomic by taking scheduled […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Byron: Handling negative feedback in reviews or from comments on your comic’s site. Liz: Help promoting an IndieGogo project. What to do once you’ve bugged everyone on Social Media about your crowd-source funding project.
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Byron: Follow up on my issue of inking my comics taking so long. Solution: hire an inker! Lis: How to manage, as best you can, your depression during stressful times or seasons.
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Chris: For larger conventions, offering my spare vendor badge/pass to a reader or fan to help me out for the weekend. Dawn: My next comic project will be a graphic novel done in chapters but not post it on-line as I want to submit it […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: Where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we chat with Jerome Walford of Forward Comix. As a support of Dawn’s recent Kickstarter, Jerome won the opportunity to come on and chat about his comic creation process and his great graphic novel series “Nowhere Man.” We also talk about making the […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: Where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we chat about listener Walter Ostie’s question. “Now that indie comics are gaining ground in the market, the rise of the indie publisher is inevitable. Me and my friends have been contacted by indie publishers and I see many creators I respect […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: We talk about ending your creative ventures. Bringing your comic to a close. Finishing a big project. Moving on to a better job. Or even in someone’s case, moving on from the Alliance. We say goodbye to Drezz and welcome in Liz Staley of Adrastus webcomic.
The dream of most webcomickers is to make enough money off your work to live. While this is possible, that dream may be out of reach for a lot of us. Success So what do you do when you want to draw comics all day, but maybe your webcomic isn’t getting the traction you need […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: We invited Brock Heasley and Marc Lapierre, the dynamic duo behind “Superfogeys” to come on and talk about webcomic collaborations. We talk about how they met, who takes charge of what in the production of the comic and how working with other creatives can be successful. […]
VACATION IS ALMOST OVER! We’ve taken the past couple months off, so here’s a blooper podcast to hold you over until next week when the podcasts return! Hope you had a good summer!
When I begin writing a script, I first try to plan out the most important “beats” of the story. The beats are the key events and scenes that drive my story forward. I never begin writing until I have a solid idea of the twists and turns my plot will take. An experienced writer has […]
Byron’s note: This is an editorial by Hervé St-Louis, but I felt the situation needed some attention. The opinions express are those of the author and not necessarily those here at the Webcomic Alliance.. The Case of the Stolen Web Comics: Mangaforadult.com and Copyrights Infringement On August 3rd, 2015, the community of comic creators on the […]
Unless you’re willing to shell out some serious money for social media advertising, it can be difficult to expand the audience for your webcomic. Comic sharing sites and apps are great, but you’re still just a needle in a haystack … of needles. One good way to expand your audience is to draw fan […]
For over ten years, I had worked with Wacom graphics tablets to create my art digitally. While I love Wacom products and their performance, the inherent disconnect between drawing on a bit of plastic below my monitor has always been an issue for me. Last year, my career exploded and I had to upgrade. I […]
Byron’ Note: Hervé submitted this guest article and I felt it was an interesting read. Any views expressed are of the author’s and not of the Webcomic Alliance. Enjoy! For more information on this subject, Google “flatting comics” and you will find a variety of references and tutorials. Flatting is a virtually unknown but a […]
Byron’ Note: Danny submitted this guest article and I felt it was an interesting read. Any views expressed are of the author’s and not of the Webcomic Alliance. Enjoy! Last week I joined in on a really great Webcomic Chat on Twitter regarding press kits. (If you’re a webcartoonist you should definitely join them or […]
Welcome to the Alliance Chat: Where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we chat about how we we’re using Video chat on Skype, the Weather, Dawn’s new Surface Pro, Byron’s Manga Studio 5 demonstration in Chicago, smoking pot vs cigars (briefly), Memphis and Graceland, Remakes of Movies, Women as Heroes in Movies, New Comic Con […]
As you may or may not know, I’ve been drawing since 2007. I ditched my first career and taught myself in the ways of being a comic artist. Along the way, I’ve also honed some skills in doing illustrations as well. I’ve done various types of illustrations for clients, but this article will focus on […]
Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Robin and Byron are joined by Liz Staley of Adrastus and Christina Major of Sombulus to go over Byron’s issue of “Is the current environment conducive to doing pin-up art?” Great discussion on how women are perceived not only in comics, but in society as a […]