First of all, Happy Halloween everyone 🙂
Since it’s also the end of the month, I’ll post the usual list of links to my favourite ten articles about comics, art and/or writing that I’ve posted here over the past month. I’ll probably also include a couple of honourable mentions too.
All in all, many of this month’s articles were slightly rushed, due to the fact that I was busy with a couple of comics projects this month. Still, I quite like how many of the articles turned out.
Top Ten Articles – October 2016
– “Clever Artistic Trickery In Old Horror Comics- A Ramble”
– “Four Things To Do If You’ve Missed The Heyday Of An Interesting Genre”
– “Why Regular Webcomics Don’t Often Include Innovative Designs – A Ramble”
– “Three Ways To Deal With Making Pessimistic Webcomic Updates”
– “Can Knowing Less Make You More Inspired?”
– “Four Ways To Find Creative Projects That “Almost Make Themselves”
– “Three Advantages To Setting Your Zombie Story Or Comic In Britain”
– “One Easy Way To Make Webcomic Story Arcs More Accessible To New Readers”
– “Three Things To Consider When Deciding How Topical Your Webcomic Should Be”
– “What Does Artistic And/Or Literary Inspiration Have In Common With Computer Game “Modding”? ”