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Sketch Magazine Podcast #13, Turning Your Written Words Into Comic Book Artwork
Bill Nichols
post Oct 18 2010, 12:42 PM
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Sketch Magazine Podcast #13
Hosted by Robert, Bill and John the Sketch Crew

Topic: Sketch Magazine Podcast hosted by publisher Robert W. Hickey, Senior Editor Bill Nichols and Online Editor John Wilson. In this episode the Sketch Crew discuss "Turning Your Written Words Into Comic Book Artwork". And of course we go off in many directions including digital comics, editors, designing covers and more.

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post Oct 23 2010, 06:57 AM
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Another great podcast guys! They way you all go winding around the topic of the day is great! Very thought-provoking episode, as usual... Really liked the point about whether what you write should be sequential art at all, and that you can change your mind down the line if you so wish....


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post Oct 23 2010, 07:29 PM
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Winding around the subject=going off on tangents and rambling...

Thanks, Ingrid. I hope it helps. smile.gif

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post Oct 23 2010, 09:13 PM
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This one is for John: Sketch Magazine's podcast has officially been Zone4ed.

With all seriousness, since I just started getting back into writing again; I found this episode to be quite informative and entertaining. Thank you to all three of you.


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post Oct 24 2010, 05:57 AM
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You're welcome. I think you could tell that we'd all had a rough/long day with that one.


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post Oct 25 2010, 04:39 AM
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It still turned out well. Just remember to bring up that sub-topic that John came up with, that is writing for sites, magazines, etc...
I know that while it isn't comic related, the ghost writing I do (doing article writing) has helped me with my creativity as well as allowing
for research on a multitude of subjects as well. Then you can always do the Part two on the web comics vs print comics discussion.
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