This week, the team discuss their artistic methods and influences. Meanwhile, The Life of Nob T. Mouse turns fourteen and the 2010 Webcomic List Awards are open for nominations. We also mention using Plasq Comic Life, Adobe Photoshop and Manga Studio. Link: wcp006.mp3 (82 minutes) Errata: In this week’s episode, Zoë mentions T.H.E. Fox being […]
The Web Comics Company podcast was a show by a group UK web and indie comic creators who wanted to discuss the methods, culture and business of creating comics. It contains a wealth of information you can use to create your own comics, or improve comics you are already in the process of creating.
This week the team discusses the recent Thought Bubble convention in Leeds and also debates the various points in John Allison’s manifesto for British indie comics, “A scene that celebrates itself has nothing to celebrate“. Link: wcp005.mp3 (79 minutes)
This week, the team discuss: how Google Analytics works; the best fonts to use, the fonts you really should be avoiding; and how to plan for your convention appearances. Link: wcp004.mp3 (63 minutes)
This week we are without the company of James Spence but the rest of the team nevertheless manage to plod on in a suitably heroic manner. We discuss building a community and developing it once you’ve got one. We also discuss summoning robot fish in kids’ cartoon shows and how Aquaman sucks. Link: wcp003.mp3 (71 […]
In which the team discuss the various methods of scripting a webcomics, as well as many of the do’s and don’ts associated with the craft. Link: wcp002.mp3 (64 minutes)
The team discuss how they got into webcomics; what you should and should not do when first starting out; and how Smuf is the best example of a one-page webcomic ever. Link: wcp001.mp3 (64 minutes)
In this special prequel episode, the Webcomics Co team introduce themselves, decide on a name & schedule for the podcast, then discuss some of the methods behind webcomic creation. Link: wcp000.mp3 (80 minutes)