I started drawing webcomics back in 2005, and even as late as 2009 I was still struggling to learn a few ‘best practices’ that make a big difference. This is my attempt to pass on the lessons I’ve learned in almost ten years of self publishing.

DISCLAIMER: Let me be clear by stating that I AM A HOBBYIST, I have never taken an art class in my life. Compared to most webcomikers I meet, I pale in comparison as an artist. I consider myself a comedy writer.

If you don’t care to read about what got me to this point, skip ahead past Part 1!

More Articles:

Part 1) How Carbon Dating took off.
Part 2) Preparing for launch.
Part 3) Developing your style and groove.
Part 4) Webcomic success through advertising.

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