10 things I've learned thus far (making comics!)Hey guys!10 things I've learned thus far (making comics!) by Ai-yoku
I updated my journal yesterday: CLICK!
This entry focuses on a few lessons I've learned so far in my artistic journey. I will also share them here; perhaps you'll find them helpful/relateable.
(Note: keep in mind that everyone's artistic journey is different! What I'm listing below is SOLELY a reflection of my own perspective.)
1. You're going to write your script again. and again and again. and again and again and again....Seriously though, a script is never really done until the pages are. There's always something more to change or tweak, which is okay.
2. Making a comic is ~90% writing/planning and ~10% drawing. This means that a good amount of energy should be put into solidifying the script.
3. Work on your comic every day, at least an hour a day! Its so easy to become rusty or inconsistent!
4. It's always a good idea to find new, more efficie
life dedicated to comics and daydreaming about it. likes cake. constantly high on creativity. would gladly have kids with Gaiman.|
Current Residence: empty teacup
Favourite genre of music: noisy but not too much
Favourite style of art: comics
Skin of choice: Piaggio Porter (I wish)
Favourite cartoon character: too many of them.
Personal Quote: make your fortune count on you