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By Tammy Coron
Creating a comic book or graphic novel takes a lot of work. If you have the skills and the time to tackle this task on your own, great! If not, do not be afraid to collaborate with another artist.
Congratulations! You made a comic. Now what? Selling and marketing your comic is not easy. The best thing you can do is tell people. Tell your friends. Tell your family. Tell the world!
Now that you have your comic drawn (penciled), it is time for inking and coloring; two tasks that do not necessarily need to be done by the same person.
Whether you are working traditionally or digitally, drawing the comic can feel like a daunting task. But at this stage of the process, your work does not need to be perfect.
Know your genre Understand your main character goals/challenges Create a believable setting Include a beginning, a middle, and an end
While you may feel like grabbing a blank sheet of paper – or launching your favorite drawing app – and just diving in, by doing so, you are likely setting yourself up for failure.
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