Wednesday, April 25, 2012

iFanboy's "Making Comics" Podcast with Andy Schmidt, Episode #19 posted + Free Workhop Offer!

The nineteenth episode of iFanboy's Making Comics with Andy Schmidt podcast has been released!

And in this episode, Andy announces how you can gain entry to a FREE live, online Workshop on Breaking In! Check out the episode for details...

In this episode, iFanboy host Josh Flanagan and former Marvel and IDW Editor (and Comics Experience founder) Andy Schmidt discuss "Where Should I Live?"

As explained over on iFanboy:
"Josh and Andy talk about what geography means to comics today, with the help of technology, but also the benefits of face to face contact in the various aspects of the comics industry..."
Check out this new episode, plus all of the previous ones on iTunes, or listen to them right here:

Listen to Episode #19, "Where Should I Live?"

Listen to Episode #18, "Comic Book Coloring with Chris Sotomayor"

Listen to Episode #17, "Art Portfolio with Robert Atkins"

Listen to Episode #16, "Conventions and Critique"

Listen to Episode #15, "Pitching"

Listen to Episode #14, "Making Time for Making Comics"

Listen to Episode #13, "Story"

Listen to Episode #12, "Marketing"

Listen to Episode #11, "Artist Portfolio"

Listen to Episode #10, "Inspiration"

Listen to Episode #9, "Online Networking"

Listen to Episode #8, "Building A Page"

Listen to Episode #7, "Professionialism"

Listen to Episode #6, "The Comic Book Script"

Listen to Episode #5, "Convention Networking"

Listen to Episode #4, "Good Feedback"

Listen to Episode #3, "Long Stories or Short Stories?"

Listen to Episode #2, "Finding Collaborators"

Listen to Episode #1, "Start Writing"


If you want to make comics, write, draw, letter, and color comics, or improve as a comics creator, you'll find like-minded friends and colleagues in our online workshops and courses. We hope to see you there!

Posted by Rob Anderson
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