Webcomics Confidential #42: Twenty Questions
A student majoring in Comic Art at Minneapolis College of Art & Design, wrote to me asking if he could ask me some questions. I was happy to answer them, but since the questions seemed so universal, I asked permission to answer the questions in the form of a video so I could share it with others as well. This series will be in four parts — maybe more.
Today’s questions are:
1. Why did you choose to do webcomic instead of the traditional comic route?
2. Is there a big difference between the comic and webcomic industry?
3. Making it in the comic industry is like being drafted to play in the NBA, how do you get there? And how do you know you’ve made, especially if you self-publish or do webcomic?
4. When you first started how did you find an audience and get people to look at your stuff? And what do you recommend to newcomers now that the market is flooded with webcomics?
5. With such a busy schedule, especially for webcomic creator where you have to post daily, how do you recharge your batteries and find the time to do so?The content you are trying to access is only available to members.