Anonymous asked: How does one write for a webcomic or a comic in general?

This is a loaded question. Comics combine visual art and the written word to create something unique, and it’s very difficult to give tips on how to make art of this kind without being a comics creator myself.

With those facts firmly in mind, here are my general bits of advice about learning to create comics. 

So, how do you learn to create comics and webcomics? To quote my favorite line in the Bleeding Cool series (see below), “You teach yourself. You find a way to put in however much time and effort is necessary to gain whatever you need to gain.” (x)

Here are a few great resources on creating comics:

Thank you for your question! If you have any other writing-related questions or any comments about this post, hit us up!

If anyone is a comics creator and would like to chime in here, we’d love to include your thoughts! Submit  or message us, and we will add your advice to this post!

-C


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