Top Ten Articles – January 2017

2017 Artwork Top Ten Articles January

Well, it’s the end of the month and this means that it’s time for me to collect a list of links to my ten favourite articles about making webcomics, making art and/or writing fiction that I’ve posted here in the past month. As usual, I’ll also include a few honourable mentions too.

Although there were slightly more reviews than usual and although I was busy making quite a few comic updates for next month, there were actually some surprisingly complex and interesting (to write at least) articles posted here this month πŸ™‚

Plus, I think that this is the first time in a while (or possibly even just the first time) where all ten articles in the main list are all list-based articles πŸ™‚

Anyway, here are the lists πŸ™‚ Enjoy πŸ™‚

Top Ten Articles For January 2017:

– “Three Ways To Deal With The Feeling Of Loss After Finishing A Highly Inspired Creative Project
– “Three Basic Tips For Adding Sub-Plots To Your “Newspaper Comic”-Style Webcomic
– “Three Quick Tips For Making Story Arcs For “Newspaper Comic”-Style Webcomics
– “Four Fiendish Tips For Writing Dark Comedy In Webcomics (Plus, A Comic Preview)
– “Three Quick Tips For Adding Funny Sci-Fi Comedy To Your Webcomic
– “Three Ways To Make Your Art Look More Like What You Actually Imagine It Will Look Like
– “Three Strange Tips For Improving Your Backgrounds If You Paint Or Draw From Imagination
– “Four Logical Reasons Why Other People Seem To Like Our “Failed” Paintings (Or Drawings)
– “Three Ways To Deal With The Creative Project Ideas That Refuse To Be Made (Yet Continue To Haunt You)
– “Three Practical Reasons Why Creativity-Based New Year’s Resolutions Are A Very Bad Idea (And What To Do Instead)

Honourable Mentions:

– “Making A Landscape Painting Using A Mouse And MS Paint 5.1 … Can It Be Done?
– “Salvaging A Painting With Digital Editing (Plus, An Art Preview)
– “Four Downsides To Making Webcomics That You Might Not Know About (If You Haven’t Started A Webcomic Yet)

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