Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

WCRI is a webcomic podcast devoted to the creation and monetization of webcomics. There are how-to shows on how to create, draw, write, and market webcomics, as well as reviews on webcomics. There are also interview shows with creators, businessmen and others involved with webcomics. In short, if you want to create and make money from webcomics, this is where you start.Note: We broadcast on (https://www.patreon.com/twosparrows) every Wednesday at 6PM PST.https://www.spreaker.com/show/3507573/episodes/feedhttps://vurbl.com/station/87AfMj7qUcp/

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 45m. Bisher sind 104 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 6 hours 50 minutes

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Art Mistakes You Can Avoid


There are a lot of basic art mistakes that we're all guilty of at one time or another. While there are obviously too many ever be part of the same podcast, here are ten of the worst, ranging from basic composition to how to avoid staying the same....


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 2018-10-26  44m
 
 

Setting Up Promotional Art


Webcomic artists suck at promoting at their own stuff, and so they need help promoting themselves. Creating posters, calendars and other promotional art can be fun, but it requires some sort of plan, and this podcast may help you make some incredible...


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 2018-10-19  44m
 
 

Art Basics


Webcomics, like other genres, have their own rules. It may help your art to know what the basics of the webcomic genre are, and they may help make your webcomic better as well generally improve your art. Please support WCRI by pledging at our...


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 2018-10-16  44m
 
 

Cinematography For The Comic Artist


Sometimes it can only help to look at other disciplines to improve art. When it comes to webcomics it may not hurt to look at some basic cinematography techniques to work into the webcomic. There are reasons that the techniques have made films...


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 2018-10-15  44m
 
 

Theme And Conflict


Theme adds depth and adds something to the comic, while conflict keeps the interest up. We explore themes and how they make life easier, as well as how to make conflicts that much better. For those curious what theme is and how it can help you, this...


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 2018-09-18  44m
 
 

Plotting Your Webcomic


The biggest problem with writing a webcomic is the plotting. I look at A-plots (main plots) B-plots (subplots), and c-plots (running gags), the three-act structure, and even some great sources for writing scripts. For those curious how to organize the...


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 2018-09-18  44m
 
 

Merchandise For Your Comic


Too many people are worried about merchandise and what to sell. This podcast will show you which products work the best, warnings about other products, and how to use merchandise in how to build a fanbase. The advantages of using a print-on-demand...


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 2018-09-17  44m
 
 

Your Comic's Bible


Every show in Hollywood has a bible, that reference work that helps keep the show running. This podcast explores setting up your own bible for your comic, looking at how you need pictures, history, and general information on each strip, and how it...


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 2018-09-17  44m
 
 

Legalese and How to Speak It


In order to run a webcomic you need to speak at least some legalese, and this podcast is an introduction to that. This podcast will cover how to create and define partnerships in terms of who does what and what each gets if the partnership splits up;...


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 2018-09-17  44m
 
 

Neccessity Of Critique


While some hate critics they can be a necessary part of the success of your webcomic. A good review can boost your fanbase while a bad review can help you make the webcomic better. Regardless, it is necessary to at least debate the use of reviews in...


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 2018-09-17  44m