Making webcomics, task management, staying motivated, and more!
If you're thinking about starting a webcomic, or fatigued after running one, this Lean Into Art Cast is for you!
Webcomics are great! You get to create exactly what you want, you're not beholden to anyone else's input, and you get to make your own schedule.
But none of these nice thoughts diminish the unpleasant reality that making a webcomic is a grind. A consistent update schedule is common wisdom to building an audience. You've just set yourself up with years of regular toil, as rewarding as it may be. So how do you deal with the fatigue and lows that come with taking on a long-form project?
We're joined by Kasey Van Hise of the long-running Winters in Lavelle and Paracite Knights webcomics, and Megan Brennan of School of World and Pencil Pup! for a discussion on how to come to grips with the inevitable grind of making long-form projects.
- Creative Confidence
- Kazu Kibuishi's tweet about the artistic process
- The Rock-afire Explosion
- Art Geek Zoo
- Knights Errant
- The Violinist of Hameln
- Kasey on Twitter
- Megan on Twitter
- Rob's new book, Video Game Construction Kit, available for Kindle, iBooks, Nook, and more
Quests are back! Check out Quest 11, A Rainbow of Feels, where you'll be challenged to use your emotions to create your own color palette.
Turn in your quest by March 26 to have it discussed on the show!
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