Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. Now featuring a listener’s issue each podcast!
This podcast we discuss:
Antoine: I’m debating in posting my full Chapter 6 Storyline (40+ pages) in Google+. While I am planning to put it into a book. Thoughts?
Byron: Regaining my focus. I find even when I’m drawing I get distractions… kids, phone, etc. It breaks my rhythm and I lose my concentration and thus my motivation. What do you do to eliminate those things, or is there a way to cope with them?
Dawn: A reader suggested an idea– adding a page to Z&F that features reader-submitted real pics of their “alien-dogs”– which I initially liked. People love to show off pics of their pooch! But I wonder if it’ll be one more thing cluttering up my site. Since we recently discussed simplifying the website to focus on the comic, are these types of fun reader-interaction helping or hindering the webcomic experience? Does being “hidden” on a separate page make it okay?
Ken: I have other projects I want to start and with time being at a premium, I’m wondering if I should just keep them on hold until I can give them more time and likely a better chance of getting completed or just start. Sometimes that initial push is great because you’re enthusiastic about everything and after that’s gone and time has lapsed sometimes it’s hard to get that back. So – what should I do – start or wait?
Reader issue: From Drezz Rodriguez http://www.el-cuervo.com/ – Booth placement. How do you determine where you want to be at a con, or do you just let the organizers place you?