Top Ten Articles -December 2016

2016 Artwork Top Ten Articles December

Well, it’s the end of the month (and the year) and that means that it’s time for me to give you a list of links to my ten favourite articles about making webcomics, making art and/or writing (ok, this month’s articles were mostly just about webcomics) that I’ve posted here this month. I’ll also include a couple of honourable mentions too.

All in all, this month’s articles were a lot of fun to write, although I certainly had my uninspired moments (and there were a few rambling, short and/or repetitive articles here this month). Still here’s hoping that January will be even better 🙂

Anyway, here are the lists. And have a wonderful New Year 🙂

Top Ten Articles – December 2016:

– “How Often Should You Update Your Webcomic ?
– “Three Very Basic Ways To Use Nostalgia For Inspiration In Webcomics
– “Should Your Webcomic Include A Group Of Recurring Main Characters ?
– “Three Causes of Crappy Webcomic Updates (And How To Deal With Them)
– “Knowing When To Abandon A Comic- A Ramble
– “Finding The Emotional Tone Of Your Webcomic – A Ramble
– “Five Ways To Make Your “Newspaper Comic”-style Webcomic Instantly Accessible To New Readers
– “The Three Basic Types Of Webcomic Panels (And How To Use Them)
– “For Hilarious Punchlines In Your Webcomic, Just Know Your Characters
– “Three Benefits Of Making Seasonal Webcomic Updates

Honourable Mentions:

– “Cyberpunk Colour Schemes – A Ramble
– “‘Similar’ Art Mediums Can Be More Different Than You Think – A Ramble

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