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 Get Off Target on your Narrative Art Goals

TweetEpisode 34–Elizabeth Failure Club — FACE YOUR FEAR GOAL: I’d like to write a world famous Christmas song “Why do you think an open MIC is important?” “I live in a bubble.””I want to make sure I am as confident as I can be. There is no better way to do that than at an […]

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How To Profit from your Narrative Art

TweetEpisode 33–Ignacio Failure Club — Face Your Fear Goal: I want to open a haberdauchery with my own clothing line. “To have the vest with my label on it, that will be a huge step to take the business to a whole new other level.” If you are going to make money. You have to […]

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How to Get a Blue Ribbon for your Narrative Art Comic Books

TweetEpisode 32: Gina Failure Club: Face Your Fear- Gina fell off her horse and hurt herself. She wants to win a blue-ribbon in a competition. She’s been in physical therapy twice a week, and now she does these everyday. Now she does the hardest exercises of all the them. I’ve been suffering a knee injury from running for […]

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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 Face Your Fear of Narrative Art Advertising

TweetEPISODE 28– Liz Friday Failure Club — FACE YOUR FEAR Goal–Start a handyman company and get 10,000 customers in 1 year. Liz is one of the best business people I know. I have seen her have such determination this year. Today, we will look at her ad campaign and what may have worked or may […]

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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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The Worst Case Scenario of a Comic Book Narrative Art Career

TweetEPISODE 25 — Gina Friday Failure Club — FACE YOUR FEAR “The worst case scenario is I won’t be able to ride again. My goal is to win a blue ribbon in a horse riding competion.” Gina is scared on jumping back on the horse after going through an injury in trying to do her life goal. […]

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The Pain of Self-Absorption Making Comic Book Narrative Art

TweetEpisode 22: IGNACIO Friday Failure Club: FACE YOUR FEAR Ignacio wants to open his own men’s line of clothing and open a modern day haberdashery. I thought I wouldn’t be able to relate to him, but there is so much happening in Ignacio’s mind, that he is actually a lot like me trying to find […]

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