Your Kickstarter project image is the most important visual of your entire campaign. Here are some tips for getting it right.
ComixTribe’s Sam LeBas had a chance to chat with Brian Miller, founder of Hi-Fi Colour Design, a well-regarded comic book coloring studio, with clients including DC, Disney, Image and Marvel. Brian is currently Kickstarting “Hi-Fi Color for Comics,” a book that walks creators step-by-step through the process of coloring comic books. Sam LeBas: Why is […]
Ed Dukeshire shares thoughts about resurrecting Fist of Justice with the help of Kickstarter.
Writer Brett Uren discusses the challenges he’s faced making comics, and a recent breakthrough with his latest project.
Cesar Feliciano (THE RED TEN) discusses a common occurrence when fielding commission requests.
Writer Wes Locher shares lessons from a failed AND a successful Kickstarter campaign for the same book.
Tyler James talks to creators Alex Wilson of the Eagle Award-winning “The Time of Reflection”, who is taking a novel approach to retailer outreach through Kickstarter.
I’m closing in on finishing the script for Issue #1 of Gutter Magic, and I thought I would take the opportunity to talk a little about page counts – what and why the “standard” page count is 22 pages, and what that means to an indie creator like myself. I’ll also let you know what I decided to […]
In this Trenches interview, I chat with writer Sam Humphries, about his quirky sci-fi WTF one-shot OUR LOVE IS REAL, which was recently picked up by Image Comics. Sam is DEFINITELY a creator you should be paying attention to.
I had sort of given up on writing comics a few years ago. Writing comics was one of those things I had always wanted to do, but was always finding excuses not to. At first, it was not knowing how to write a script. Then, not knowing how to hook up with an artist. Then, […]
Creating comics isn’t easy. Sure, it’s fulfilling, but anyone who struggles to get their work on the shelves has their share of horror stories. And for a long time now, one of the greatest hurdles to overcome has been the sheer cost of getting these full-color pamphlets produced. But folks, I have good news. Thanks […]
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