Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face.
This podcast we discuss:
Drezz: Switching gears – I’m looking for some insight on how to get creatively ‘centered’ on a project when you’re working on two things that are radically different at the same time. What do you do in order to stay focused?
Dawn: Tips on painting resin models: what paints to use, do you need a primer or finish? Also, do you think it’s worth the hours spent painting figurines, just to add to my con table presentation, if few want to spend $20-25 on it?
Byron: I want to go back to the topic of “are conventions a good way to promote your comic” as I’ve done a few and realize, that at this point in time in my comic career, they’re a waste of money. Point – counterpoint on this, as I’ve seen some newbies ask what they should do for their first con and my opinion is “don’t do them unless you’ve got a big audience”.
Ken: I’m wondering if I should switch from daily comic to doing books. I’ve gotten a much better response to the book than I have for the comic as people can relate to it better. That’s where it dawned on me that maybe the comic will never catch on. I enjoy doing the comic, but the book has been so much more satisfying.
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