somethingkumandkum asked: Do you have any advice for someone wanting to start a webcomic?
uh-oh you guys somebody made the mistake of asking me about comics, prepare for a gigantic essay… Please don’t feel pressured to read this whole thing, I totally lose my head when it comes to talking about making comics!
You won’t get rich, you can’t please everybody, so it had better be a labor of love.
Set an update schedule and stick to it. Finish a good chunk of pages before going public, so new visitors to the comic’s “grand opening” can get hooked.
Publishing a webcomic is like performing live; you can’t let “stage fright” stop you. Stop “planning” and start publishing!
Lots of links to the software that makes BFF work on the technical side at the end. And books I’d recommend reading!
pejntboks said: loving te heavy eyebrows and light hair. been playing with that combo myself, but you really pulled it off, she looks great :>
I really wish Tumblr had a reply button, seriously!
& thanks! It wasn’t my intention to leave the hair white, but after coloring her eyebrows I got scared shitless to use the same marker for her hair - it’s a really dark blue. Funny thing is that I’m actually working out a white haired character for my comic plans…weird how (even unintentionally) you sometimes get stuck on these ideas and they won’t let go.