Posting your comics on Tapastic? Don’t expect fame

I tried an experiment last year, opening a page on the Tapastic collective of Web comics. I was curious how my comics would perform on the site. Would they gain a lot of views? Would they, maybe, generate ad revenue? The answers: Not really. Now, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t post your comics on Tapastic.

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The roller coaster ride: The ups and downs of working with a new client

I started working with a new client last month — an independent entrepreneur with a dream of creating a 30-issue anime tale. The client has hired me to write these chapters and create the scripts for a series of minisodes — short animated episodes — that explore the backstories of the series’ characters. This is all pretty exciting.

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Chad Sell on drawing drag queens, creating all-ages comics and the power of winning collaborations

Chad Sell is one busy comics artist. He’s writing and drawing the online comic Vreeland, an autobiographical account of the years he spent in Michigan taking care of his grandparents. He does a brisk business selling illustrations of the drag queens who star on TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race.

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