How to Gauge Your Success in your Comic Book Narrative Art Development

TweetFailure Club: FACE YOUR FEAR Episode 36: Jess A narrative artist looks at Failure Club for a sense of inspiration to help you with a career as a narrative art comic book artist. As indicitive of Failure Club, yahoo failed to match the right episode with the right link. I’ll choose to forgive them for […]

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How to Regain Confidence in you Narrative Art Comic Book Career

TweetFailure Club: FACE YOUR FEAR Episode 35: Meg We can learn some good lessons from Meg on how to be a good narrative art comic book artist as she goes to school on what it takes to become an entertainer. TAKE A CLASS Sometimes we need a kickstart to refresh ourselves. Sometimes this can come […]

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How To Not Fail in Your Narrative Art Marketing

TweetEpisode 31: Jessica Failure Club: Face Your Fear This is the first 2-part episode of Failure Club, I’ve seen–with back-to-back episodes of the same person. The show must be getting more attraction, because they keep improving on its look and the way they put the episodes out. More audience = more money. It is exciting […]

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How to Handle the Ups and Downs of the Narrative Art Comic Book Market

TweetEPISODE 27 -Meg Friday Failure Club — FACE YOUR FEAR Goal:have a paid stand-up gig in front of 200 people. What’s your goal? To draw for Marvel or DC? To be a top line producer? To sell your webcomic for millions of dollars. This week Meg showcases the struggle it takes to keep going when […]

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How to Face Your Fear of Your First Comic Book Job

TweetEPISODE 30– Jessica Friday Failure Club — FACE YOUR FEAR Goal 100 catering gigs in a year. Jessica gets her first catering gig. I’ll show you my first freelancing job out of the Joe Kubert School that paid me money. First jobs are terrifying. You don’t know what to expect. You don’t know how people […]

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How to Face Your Fear Telling a Great Narrative Art Comic Book Story

TweetEPISODE 29– Eric Friday Failure Club — FACE YOUR FEAR Goal: Build a motorcycle in memory of my dad. Eric’s story gets better and better. I cannot relate at all with him tearing things out and being so mechanically inclined. But I can relate to the story he is trying to tell. Something that will […]

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