Friday, March 13, 2009

The Tao of Breaking into Comics

Sam Humphries was kind enough to go through all my recent Twitter posts about breaking into comics in order to organize and compile some of the gems here on ROBOT SIX. Thanks, Sam!

7 comments:

William Dean Blankenship Jr. said...

Good to have that compiled on bookmark.

Dylan McCrae said...

Nice. I'll be book marking that as well. Wish i saw this a few minutes earlier. I missed the part about portfolio's on your Twitter and just sent you a message about portfolio's on there haha

Thanks for doing what you do man.

Dylan McCrae said...

Actually I still have a question regarding portfolio's good sir. I both draw and color, love drawing and love collaborating with other artists. What would be the best way for me to put together my portfolio? What is a good number for portfolio pieces?

Jim. said...

Dylan, check out Joe Quesada's Twitter page, and go back a bit. He posted some thoughts on the ideal portfolio (size and content) recently.

http://twitter.com/JoeQuesada

Have to admit to a lot of Geek-Preening since I'm mentioned in the Robot6 article by way of a RT by @CBCebulski

suttercain said...

Kevin and Sam have a great column going with Robot 6. Fantastic article!

Parka said...

An interesting podcast from sidebarnation for anyone's who's interested.

NYCC Panel - The Do's and Dont's of Being a Comics Professional

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