Every artist thinks about quitting at some point. When you are just starting out and there’s little or no attention being paid to your work, it can seem like an exercise in futility to keep making comics. Why spend hours of your life on something nobody cares about? At this point, quitting seems like the […]
The preview blog for the Web Comics Company podcast. This is where topics are fleshed out and opened up to listener commentary a week before the show is recorded.
This is a Preview Blog, an initial discussion about what we plan to discuss in the next recording from one of the team. Hopefully you have an opinion! Leave a comment and we’ll try and include it in the ‘cast. How good a cartoonist are you? In this strangle little world of independent cartooning that […]
Season 1, Episode 2 Preview blog – by Luke H. Listen to the episode here. Cartooning programs have been appearing in various places across America over the last decade or so. From courses in The School of Visual Arts in New York or the Savannah College of Art and Design, to specialist schools like the […]
Season 2, Episode 1 Preview blog – by Luke S Listen to the podcast here. So, season two of the webcomics company podcast! As we’ll discuss in episode one we want to make the podcast a more interactive experience with you the listener (hello!) – as well as us talking at ya though your iWotsit […]
Webcomic archaeologists recently uncovered the fabled Lost Archive of the Webcomics Company. Now, restored for your listening pleasure, is the first of four recordings that scholars have long believed lost to the sands of time. Link: wcp026.mp3 (39 minutes)
This week the team talk to Evan Dahm of Rice Boy, Order of Tales and Vattu. Listen to the show by clicking here!
This week, the Webcomics Company discuss the perils, pitfalls and advantages (I couldn’t think of a word beginning with ‘p’!) of advertising your webcomic. Link: wcp022.mp3 (35 minutes)