Advice Mondays, Weeks 7-12
Advice Mondays, Weeks 1-6
“Keep doin’ it.”
- Scott C. (http://www.pyramidcar.com | @scottlava)
Did I save the best for last? Yes. Yes I did. Scott C. needs no introduction, so I’ll just point you conveniently to this Amazon link. Or this Tumblr. Or these shops. *swoon*
So, how do you use this advice? Pick a project, situation, or challenge and apply it! Think creatively! Keep doin’ it!
Finally, Mortimer stopped by to give some advice, too:
And that’s it! Hope you found some useful advice over the past 12 weeks! I’ll make another post with just all the advice together.
“Life is like a pizza. I forget how but it is.”
- Anthony Clark (http://nedroid.com/ | @nedroid)
An all-round great guy, who also happens to draw some of the sharpest and funniest comics this side of the world wide web? Totally possible. His name is Anthony. Nedroid was the second webcomic I ever got seriously into, and I was hooked. Even whenever I doodle, you’re bound to spot a lil’ Reginald or Beartato on my pages. Meeting him, even briefly, at TCAF was amazing, and I’m glad that I’ve got this souvenir to look up to.
So, how do you use this advice? Pick a project, situation, or challenge and apply it! Think creatively! Maybe order a pizza while you’re at it?
“Eat the vegetables!”
- Meredith Gran (http://www.octopuspie.com/ | @granulac)
Last year, when I sat down and read through the entirety of Octopus Pie (Okay… two sittings) I realized something; Meredith Gran has it. Stories? Characters? Settings? Expressions? Emotions? Laughs? Goofs? Weirdness? She understands it. The whole shebang. And seeing the praise she’s receiving for her work with Marceline and the Scream Queens is totally well-deserved. One of the best people working in comics today.
(Also, please note that the tattoo on her arm is not supposed to look like a penis. Purely accidental. Really.)
So, how do you use this advice? Pick a project, situation, or challenge and apply it! Think creatively! Eat those veggies, whatever those “veggies” may be!