LIA Cast 220 - Mini-Comics Life Cycles

In episode 215 we explored the flexibility and affordances of the mini-comics format. In particular we highlighted how the hand-made, short-run, or custom nature of some mini-comics provides a reading experience that digital formats might have a harder time achieving. But is that premise correct? In distributing our mini-comics in digital format rob the work of some of its appeal? How might we think differently about “translating” the work from one format to another?

Join Jerzy and Rob for another discussion on mini-comics, this time focusing on its life cycle as a digital object.

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LIA Cast 219 - Live Drawing & Urgent Design

Jerzy's in Minneapolis visiting Rob, so the two sit down to draw together and hash out a few visual storytelling topics, one of which will be how designing things urgently can lead to unexpected happy results.

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LIA Cast 218 - Planning Yearly Goals a Few Years in a Row

As the new year approaches it’s a time many of us look at how the past year went and what we intend and hope for the year to come. How does planning your yearly goals change when you’ve done some kind of yearly goal planning for a while? Join Jerzy and Rob as we discuss how we’re approaching goal planning this time around!

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LIA Cast 217 - Reading Watching Playing

As a last deep breath before reflecting on 2017 and diving headlong into 2018, Rob and Jerzy check in on what they’re reading/watching/playing.

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LIA Cast 216 - What Happened with Patreon and Why We Publish

What happens when a platform you use to support your creative business changes? Or even if it just changes policy enough to cause challenges with you or your audience?

Also we explore a listener question about finding why we publish!

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