Well, it’s the end of the month and that means that it’s time to give you a list of links to my favourite ten articles (plus a couple of honourable mentions) about writing, art and/or comics that I posted here this month.
All in all, this month has been a reasonably good one in terms of articles, although I ended up writing a ridiculously large number of articles about making webcomics.
I don’t know, I seem to be going through a “webcomics” phase at the moment (and the fact that I was busy with the upcoming follow-up to “Damania Restricted” at the time of writing these articles probably had something to do with it too).
Anyway, here are the lists:
Top Ten Articles For July 2016:
– “Three Very Basic Tips For Developing Your Own Art Style”
– “Should Your Webcomic Have A Theme?”
– “Four Very Basic Ways To Deal With Comics Burnout”
– “Four Ways To Make Sure People Actually Read Your Book After They’ve Bought It”
– “Four Quick Ways To Come Up With Titles For Your Webcomic Updates”
– “Why Your Webcomic Should Have Rules (With Four Examples)”
– “Four Ways To Start A Long-Running Webcomic”
– “Why You Should Make Art When You’re Feeling Uninspired”
– “Four Sneaky Ways To Make “Talking Head” Webcomics Look More Interesting”
– “How To Turn Stock Webcomic Characters Into Something More Interesting”