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Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

So you’re tired of working 9-5 for a paycheck and you’re thinking of becoming a freelance illustrator?
(I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about becoming a freelance artist.  These are some basic points I try to cover.  This is by no means the ultimate article on becoming freelance, but it will help [...]

Sunday, March 29th, 2009

“SELLING ADS and FINDING SPONSORS for comic books”
Printing comic books can be expensive very quickly.  Especially when you are living on an artists wages.  I recommend you sell ads and find sponsors. It is possible to cover the costs of your book. You just have to talk to enough businesses. But most importantly, you have [...]

Monday, November 24th, 2008

“Wally Woods 22 panels that always work”

Someone has acquired the original photostat of Wally Woods 22 Panels. The creation and history of it seems to be almost as useful as the panels themselves. Read the letter from Larry Hama when you get the chance.