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Digital art won’t save you

A bit of history [caption id="attachment_3089" align="alignright" width="213"] The first digital drawing: in 1956, an IBM programmer used a $238 million military computer, the largest such ...

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5 Reasons not to exhibit alone

[caption id="attachment_3030" align="alignright" width="213"] Marvels Avengers: even superheroes need teamwork![/caption]If you already exhibited in a convention or two, you probably nailed ...

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Reasons you’re not selling at conventions

Hours tick away and you're still behind your table, wondering why nobody has already bought anything you put on it. Doubts and questions crowd into your head, while your self-esteem leaks ...

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To fanart or not to fanart

[caption id="attachment_2892" align="alignright" width="213"] Fan art of Hatsune Miku from Vocaloid[/caption] Fanarts are proof of affection to a character or brand. They come from a ...

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Pricing your art

There's an endless debate out there about art prices. This article suggests a simple way to set your prices for commissions and exhibits. People undervalue art, period If you ever tried ...

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Lucca comicon and the power of many

Lucca Comics And Games is the greatest comic convention in Italy, with worldwide resonance and international special guests. Every year, workers of the comic industry fight to get exposure ...

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Should you give up making your comic?

[caption id="attachment_2597" align="alignright" width="320"] Niki Batsprite wounded but still fiercely determined, from his comic book #8 "Showdown".[/caption] You stopped playing with ...

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How to sell at comic conventions

Comicons can be the greatest spotlight for a self-published author. This free ebook will help you to avoid pitfalls and maximize your presence. [pay-with-a-tweet ...

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Mass market tips to sell your comic

The comic market works differently than mass-market. Understanding differencies will greatly help you selling your comic. ...