Andy and Joey share how they try to manage their time making comics and the other hours in the day, including prioritizing, goal making and reviewing goals, making progress, exercise, and more.
Joey and Andy discuss the impact of Covid-19, 9 months in and showing few signs of abating–the impact on the supply chain, retailers and creators.
Andy Schmidt talks about what mediums a story may be best suited for, and his experiences in comics and video games, and working with various clients including movie productions on adapting movies to comics and creating new stories in those universes.
Following up on his early 2020 conversation about how convention cancellations were impacting his year, writer & artist Phillip Sevy gives an update on his 2020 making comics in the time of COVID, including what he’s done with changing project statuses, how he sold hundreds of copies of a comic he created in 2018, and more.
Writer Steve Urena talks about his experience Kickstarting issue #1 of his horror-comedy comic SLOW POKES. Steve talks about what got him started making comics, planning a Kickstarter, and what he learned from crowdfunding. Steve talks about taking Comics Experience classes, working with Comics Experience on creative services as well as printing.
Ryan Browne (Image/IDW) talks about what you can expect when you sign up for his upcoming Comics Experience course on Kickstarting your comic or graphic novel. Ryan talks about his past Kickstarters, what he’s learned, and what to expect from the class.