Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face.
This podcast we discuss:
Drezz: I’ve recently begun work on a new comic project – this time, with a writer. Do you feel that having an artist/writer combo or team effort to produce comics produce better results (quality, timeliness, etc) or do they suffer the same fate and problems as single authors do.
Robin: I’m working on all of the development materials for “Wavemen”. Not just character turn-arounds, but also research into new inking styles and techniques. It made me wonder what you all consider the most important work on artwork and/or writing to do BEFORE you start actually working on the comic?
Dawn: I’ve felt burned-out and I’ve seen my writing suffering due to it, so I made the decision to take an extended hiatus. I’m running out my buffer thru Aug, and won’t return until 2015. At times (after only 3 weeks) I start getting jittery and want to jump back on the wagon– but I need to force myself to REALLY break away for a good long while so I have a truly fresh outlook. I recently took up softball to get out of the house and be active– doing something else I used to love as much as comics. Do you have other suggestions for ways to fully rejuvenate, get the gears turning, and reset my creativity?