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108: Patrick Yurick & Adam Greenfield (ComicFuel 6) – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

It’s time to dust off the microphones, plug in the earbuds, and see if the equipment still works. Yes, both Gutter Talk and Comic Fuel podcasts return, and in mashup fashion. In this episode, Adam Greenfield, host of Making Comics Gutter Talk, sits down with Patrick Yurick, host of Comic Fuel, to answer some questions that have sat around much longer than they deserved. All they wanted was a little attention. That’s all. Well, now they get it. Because there are many questions to get to, not all of them will be answered in this episode. But if you are one of the ones that sent in a question and didn’t hear yours in the next hour and twenty or so minutes, have no fear. Adam and Patrick are planning on sitting down and recording another episode and, if needed, will record yet another until all questions are answered. It is the least we in the podcast department here at Making Comics can do. In this episode you’ll also hear Adam provide a little reasoning behind why it’s almost April and this is the first episode of 2018, as well as Patrick talking about future plans with the Making Comics site. Oh, and “The Man from Kurosawa,” which… well, just listen. It’s better that way. Our info: Intro & Outro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro Song Behind Vocals: “Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transitions: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org

1hr 24mins

23 Mar 2018

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108: Patrick Yurick & Adam Greenfield (ComicFuel 6) – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

podcast – MakingComics.com

It’s time to dust off the microphones, plug in the earbuds, and see if the equipment still works. Yes, both Gutter Talk and Comic Fuel podcasts return, and in mashup fashion. In this episode, Adam Greenfield, host of Making Comics Gutter Talk, sits down with Patrick Yurick, host of Comic Fuel, to answer some questions that have sat around much longer than they deserved. All they wanted was a little attention. That’s all. Well, now they get it. Because there are many questions to get to, not all of them will be answered in this episode. But if you are one of the ones that sent in a question and didn’t hear yours in the next hour and twenty or so minutes, have no fear. Adam and Patrick are planning on sitting down and recording another episode and, if needed, will record yet another until all questions are answered. It is the least we in the podcast department here at Making Comics can do. In this episode you’ll also hear Adam provide a little reasoning behind why it’s almost April and this is the first episode of 2018, as well as Patrick talking about future plans with the Making Comics site. Oh, and “The Man from Kurosawa,” which… well, just listen. It’s better that way. Our info: Intro & Outro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro Song Behind Vocals: “Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transitions: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org

1hr 24mins

23 Mar 2018

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101: Patrick Yurick & Rachel Beck (ComicFuel 5) – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

podcast – MakingComics.com

“This is the real secret of life — to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realize it is play.”  – Alan Watts As we walk out into the world we are entering a story. This story defines us and the way that we interact with our beliefs, actions, society, etc. As much as we are always entering into the story that others have defined for us, we are also given the gift of writing our own story in every action we take. This month I sat down with Rachel Beck, founder of Storyforge Productions, and we discussed the nuances of story telling. We looked at our society and how we are working to rectify our long history with marginalizing females – specifically in the comic industry. We also looked at the basic construction of worlds and characters and how those construction create compelling reasons that keep us reading. Reflecting on the talk I am reminded that complications are what keep us interested in the world around us. As comic artists we create fiction where our character confront and battle those contradictions. Theoretically that gives us the inspiration to fight our own demons. That’s what the #ComicFuel show is all about right? For us to join together to turn away from just consuming art and to bring us into the battle – the battle to create art. So get out your pens and papers. Sit down. Join us as Rachel and I provide the fuel you are going to need for the coming battle. Jump times to go to different parts of the podcast: (00:00:00) Alan Watts on Play & Work (00:03:20) Introduction To Show (00:13:20) Question 1 – Female Comic Creators (00:46:20) AudioFuel – Maya Angelou “And I Rise” (00:50:00) Question 2 – Tension & Resolution (01:02:00) Question 3 – Character Driven Storytelling (01:19:00) Question 3.5 – Scenarios (01:27:40) AudioFuel – Morgan Freeman recites Invictus (01:30:40) Question 4 – Drawing As A Writer (01:48:30) AudioFuel – Alan Watts on the State Of Nothing (01:59:20) Question 5 – Onomatopoeias (02:05:20) Question 6 – Short & Sweet (02:13:00) Show Outro Let me know what you think of the show by tweeting @patrickyurick Please consider supporting us so that more episodes of the show can be released by donating at $1+ to the show on patreon: https://www.patreon.com/makingcomics As always – the entire show notes catalog is on the Comic Fuel Wiki: http://comicfuel.wikidot.com/wiki:episode-5 Songs Used Patreon Info Segment:“Story To Fall Through” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original Intro & Outro Songs:“Unexpected Hoedown In Bagging Area” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original #Comic/Audio Fuel Segments “The Kid In The Bins” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original Audio Fuel Used Desaturated from Maya Angelou’s reading of “And I Still Rise” video on Youtube from her book of the same name, “And I Still Rise”. Desaturated from original video “Why Your Life Is Not A Journey” by David Lindberg featuring Alan Watts. Music: Sleeping at Last – Saturn Sleeping at Last – Uranus Desaturated from original interview of Morgan Freeman on the Charlie Rose show reciting Invictus poem by William Ernest Henley. Desaturated from original talk on “The State of Nothingness” by Alan Watts. Transcribed version of talk available here

2hr 33mins

17 Sep 2016

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96: Patrick Yurick (ComicFuel 2) – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

podcast – MakingComics.com

Holy MOLY, what a whirlwind of amazingness it has been in the time between the release of episode 1 of Comic Fuel and Episode 2! We have had a thousand people download and listen to the episode and I have enough questions that I have to wait for another four episodes before I can put out another call for questions. Wow. In this episode, episode 2, we’ll discuss project management, the comic creation process, coloring comics, penciling comics, and hosting comics online. The questions came from places like Ireland, India, Brazil, California, and Indiana. For legit #comicfuel we’ll hear about why we do art from Stephen McCranie, transitioning into fame and what is at the core of what artistry is really about from “How I Met Your Mother” actor Josh Radnor, and we’ll also hear about the art of really listening by famed audio producer Chris Watson. Questions answered in this episode (jump-to specific question times listed below) How many pages should a comic issue be to be printed? How long would it take to make a comic by yourself; scripting, storyboarding, art and lettering; and self publish it? How do you keep up momentum on making comics? How long does it take for a comic book artist to make a comic book? What is the step-by-step process I should go through to choose colors that will look good? What kind of colors can i use? Am I just not being patient enough with myself, or am I trying to fit too much, too zoomed out, into one panel? What websites are best for starting to post a webcomic? Another big announcement is that I spent a lot of time this month creating the Comic Fuel Podcast Wiki (http://comicfuel.wikidot.com/) which will serve as a repository for all questions, notes, and links that are mentioned in the show. Check it out. It took me FOREVER to make, but I’m really proud of it. The show notes for Episode 2 are at: http://comicfuel.wikidot.com/wiki:episode-2 Jump times to go to different parts of the podcast: (00:00) Show Opener (00:44) Show Introduction (06:43) #ComicFuel Break #1: Chris Watson on The Art of Listening (14:25) Question 1: Project Management Question 1 from Kevin in Eire: How do you keep up momentum on making comics? I make a lot of progress when i take a class or a mooc, but when it’s over I feel a bit like OK where to next? (22:55) #ComicFuel Break #2: Stephen McCranie Asking Why We Do Art (31:55) Questions 2, 3, & 4: Comic Creation Process Overview Question 2 from Anjali in Bangalore, India: How long would it take to make a comic by yourself; scripting, storyboarding, art and lettering; and self publish it? Question 3 from Nate in Brazil: As an independent artist who primarily works with digital comics, I’m interested in publishing my material, but I’m afraid the format won’t translate as well, and I’ll need to cut many pages from chapters so it could fit into what the market deems ideal for print. How many pages should a comic issue be to be printed? Question 5 from Andrew: How long does it take for a comic book artist to make a comic book? (40:40) #ComicFuel Break #3: Josh Radnor Talking About Transitioning as an Artist (44:30) Questions 5 & 6: Coloring Question 5 from Alan: If I have an uncolored comic page, what is the step-by-step process I should go through to choose colors that will look good? Question 6 from Anonymous: I am not professional in using coloring applications like photoshop and gimp If i ‘d like to do it manually, what is your advice to me, what is kind of colors can i use? (51:13) Patreon Ad: Spotlight on Scott Bachman (53:58) Question 7: Penciling Kiana, Indiana: So, I adore sketching pretty much everything, It’s what I spend the majority of my time doing! Although, when I attempted to begin penciling my comic, I found it to be tedious and frustrating? It seems that whatever I try to draw ends up too small to look nice or have any detail. Am I just not being patient enough with myself, or am I trying to fit too much, too zoomed out, into one panel? (1:02) How You Can Help Comic Fuel (1:04:40) Question 8: Hosting a Comic Online Question 8 from Julia in California: What websites are best for starting to post a webcomic? (1:19:05) Show Outro Media Used: Intro & Outro Songs: “Unexpected Hoedown In Bagging Area” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original #ComicFuel Segment #1 “The Kid In The Bins” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original Chris Watson interview – The Art of Listening by SNYK RADIO is licensed under a Creative Commons License. #ComicFuel Segment #2 “Dry Run Well” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original Stephen McCranie Interview Gutter Talk Ep. 64 is owned by MakingComics.com Patreon Info Segment: “Story To Fall Through” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original #ComicFuel Segment #2 “Dry Run Well” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original JOSH RADNOR discusses art, film, TV, happiness, and knocking heads with the Dalai Lama. by EMPLOYEE of the MONTH is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

1hr 20mins

10 Jun 2016

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96: Patrick Yurick (ComicFuel 2) – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

Holy MOLY, what a whirlwind of amazingness it has been in the time between the release of episode 1 of Comic Fuel and Episode 2! We have had a thousand people download and listen to the episode and I have enough questions that I have to wait for another four episodes before I can put out another call for questions. Wow. In this episode, episode 2, we’ll discuss project management, the comic creation process, coloring comics, penciling comics, and hosting comics online. The questions came from places like Ireland, India, Brazil, California, and Indiana. For legit #comicfuel we’ll hear about why we do art from Stephen McCranie, transitioning into fame and what is at the core of what artistry is really about from “How I Met Your Mother” actor Josh Radnor, and we’ll also hear about the art of really listening by famed audio producer Chris Watson. Questions answered in this episode (jump-to specific question times listed below) How many pages should a comic issue be to be printed? How long would it take to make a comic by yourself; scripting, storyboarding, art and lettering; and self publish it? How do you keep up momentum on making comics? How long does it take for a comic book artist to make a comic book? What is the step-by-step process I should go through to choose colors that will look good? What kind of colors can i use? Am I just not being patient enough with myself, or am I trying to fit too much, too zoomed out, into one panel? What websites are best for starting to post a webcomic? Another big announcement is that I spent a lot of time this month creating the Comic Fuel Podcast Wiki (http://comicfuel.wikidot.com/) which will serve as a repository for all questions, notes, and links that are mentioned in the show. Check it out. It took me FOREVER to make, but I’m really proud of it. The show notes for Episode 2 are at: http://comicfuel.wikidot.com/wiki:episode-2 Jump times to go to different parts of the podcast: (00:00) Show Opener (00:44) Show Introduction (06:43) #ComicFuel Break #1: Chris Watson on The Art of Listening (14:25) Question 1: Project Management Question 1 from Kevin in Eire: How do you keep up momentum on making comics? I make a lot of progress when i take a class or a mooc, but when it’s over I feel a bit like OK where to next? (22:55) #ComicFuel Break #2: Stephen McCranie Asking Why We Do Art (31:55) Questions 2, 3, & 4: Comic Creation Process Overview Question 2 from Anjali in Bangalore, India: How long would it take to make a comic by yourself; scripting, storyboarding, art and lettering; and self publish it? Question 3 from Nate in Brazil: As an independent artist who primarily works with digital comics, I’m interested in publishing my material, but I’m afraid the format won’t translate as well, and I’ll need to cut many pages from chapters so it could fit into what the market deems ideal for print. How many pages should a comic issue be to be printed? Question 5 from Andrew: How long does it take for a comic book artist to make a comic book? (40:40) #ComicFuel Break #3: Josh Radnor Talking About Transitioning as an Artist (44:30) Questions 5 & 6: Coloring Question 5 from Alan: If I have an uncolored comic page, what is the step-by-step process I should go through to choose colors that will look good? Question 6 from Anonymous: I am not professional in using coloring applications like photoshop and gimp If i ‘d like to do it manually, what is your advice to me, what is kind of colors can i use? (51:13) Patreon Ad: Spotlight on Scott Bachman (53:58) Question 7: Penciling Kiana, Indiana: So, I adore sketching pretty much everything, It’s what I spend the majority of my time doing! Although, when I attempted to begin penciling my comic, I found it to be tedious and frustrating? It seems that whatever I try to draw ends up too small to look nice or have any detail. Am I just not being patient enough with myself, or am I trying to fit too much, too zoomed out, into one panel? (1:02) How You Can Help Comic Fuel (1:04:40) Question 8: Hosting a Comic Online Question 8 from Julia in California: What websites are best for starting to post a webcomic? (1:19:05) Show Outro Media Used: Intro & Outro Songs: “Unexpected Hoedown In Bagging Area” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original #ComicFuel Segment #1 “The Kid In The Bins” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original Chris Watson interview – The Art of Listening by SNYK RADIO is licensed under a Creative Commons License. #ComicFuel Segment #2 “Dry Run Well” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original Stephen McCranie Interview Gutter Talk Ep. 64 is owned by MakingComics.com Patreon Info Segment: “Story To Fall Through” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original #ComicFuel Segment #2 “Dry Run Well” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original JOSH RADNOR discusses art, film, TV, happiness, and knocking heads with the Dalai Lama. by EMPLOYEE of the MONTH is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

1hr 20mins

10 Jun 2016

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95: Patrick Yurick (ComicFuel 1) – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

I was staring angrily at my computer screen. My final in my advanced composition class was due, and I was hours later in the process than I thought I would be at the time. My phone rang. On the other end was the excited voice of my younger sister who had just graduated from high school and was making her way slowly through her freshman year. I was starting my second year as a graphic design major and was struggling to take care of myself. “Patrick! You’ll never guess what I discovered today!” I was annoyed at the sound of her voice. Mostly I was agitated at being behind on my assignment and was only thinking about how quickly I could get off of the phone with her. “Yeah, what exactly did you discover?” I grumbled into my bulky Nokia cell phone (it was 2004). “I’m an artist! I just took an elective art class and I absolutely loved it! I’m an artist like you!” I choked at the sound of this. How could she think that she was an artist after taking just one class? I had been trying to become an artist since I was ten and here was my 19 year old sister claiming that she was an artist after only one day. “Well, that’s great sis. You know though, you aren’t a real artist.” “W-what…?” “You might be able to come to be one someday, but right now you are just thinking about becoming one. It takes years to become a real artist.” There was a silence on the other end of the phone. “Well, I think that I’m a real artist…” Her voice quivered on the other end of the line. “That’s insulting. I’ve been working to become an artist for over a decade. It is insulting to me that you feel like you could just be like me after one day…” More silence. “W-why are you so mean?!” She yelled into the phone crying. “Look, it’s just insulting for me to think of you as an arti-” Before I could finish I heard a ‘click’ of a dead phone line as the phone went dead. For several minutes I stared, angrily, at my computer screen. I felt righteous and annoyed simultaneously. How could she think she was an artist? I sat there for another 15 minutes, then  I bowed my head in shame. By telling my sister she wasn’t an artist I had become all of the people that had told me I wasn’t an artist as I was forming my perception of myself. I tried to call her back but she wouldn’t pick up the phone. It’s ok, we get along now. Mostly 🙂 As I became filled with shame, I equally became filled with resolve. I wasn’t ever going to tell someone that they weren’t an artist ever again. I had to break the cycle. I was a person that had to fight against that judgemental cruelty from other “artists” ever since I decided I wanted to become one, and now I had become one of those cruel, arrogant, artists. I vowed then and there to not only never again tell someone that they weren’t an artist, I vowed to go one step further and go out of my way to encourage artistry in others. … That happened to me about 11 years ago. In a lot of ways that story is exactly where the “How To Make A Comic Book” MOOC came from. When I received the $10k from Coursera to design the course there was a lot of suggestion that the course was to be more technical. I knew though that, especially when working with new artists, the emphasis has to be on encouragement and safety to pursue trying new things. This podcast, the #comicfuel podcast, is all about embracing the sentiment of encouraging artists to think about the important things in their practice (happiness, harmony, and balance). Each month I will be answering questions submitted to me by the students in the “How To Make A Comic Book” MOOC. This is the first #ComicFuel podcast. I’d like to dedicate it to my sister. Jump times to go to different parts of the podcast: 00:00 – Pre-Show Patreon Ad 00:39 – Show Opener 01:21 – Show Introduction 12:07 – Jared Cullum On His Return To Art 17:03 – Question 1: Scaling Work Matt, Canada: Every instructional book I read is geared towards making 22 page monthly comic books or just cartooning in general. What how to advice is there for someone who wants to write a 100 page plus graphic novel 27:28 – The Ven. Robina Courtin Discussing How Opinions Limit Us 31:35 – Questions 2 & 3: Beautiful Work Gustavo, Colombia: Is beautiful artwork really that important to create a good comic? (Most comics or graphic novels, i have read tend to have beautiful art, great story and inspiring too. But when i try to imitate them, i feel depressed as i cannot draw that well.) Sourav: I am currently writing comics in my country, and I am worried because it seems that my ideas are not commercial enough. There is an emotional content, but not the spectacular they want to see. How can i add excitement and action to my stories without sacrificing its substance? 46:00 – Daily Comic Challenge Ad 46:50 – Question 4: Character Consistency George, Canada: I try to make all my characters look different when I design them, but I end up putting the same face on everyone. How can I make sure each character looks unique every time I draw them? 54:15 – How You Can Help Comic Fuel 56:50 – Show Outro All show notes are available on the Comic Fuel Wiki:  Episode 1 Show Notes: http://comicfuel.wikidot.com/wiki:episode-1 All questions ever asked on the show: http://comicfuel.wikidot.com/wiki:all-questions Media Used: Patreon Info Segment: “Story To Fall Through” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original Intro & Outro Songs: “Unexpected Hoedown In Bagging Area” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original #ComicFuel Segment #1 “The Kid In The Bins” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original “Gutter Talk Ep. 58: Jared Cullum” owned by MakingComics.com / Desaturated from original #ComicFuel Segment #2 “Dry Run Well” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original “Facing Obstacles” – Robina Courtin, used under Public Domain / Desaturated from original Daily-Challenge Segment: “New Boots Rag” by Dr. Turtle, used under CC BY / Desaturated from original

57mins

14 May 2016

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90: Patrick Yurick – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

The ultimate goal of Making Comics Worldwide and our website is to provide an extensive educational resource for those that want to, simply put, make comics. These individuals range not just in age, from pre-teens to adults, but also in experience, from those who are just starting out to those that are looking to learn something new to help push their artistic process and ventures to new levels. We even have the testimonials to prove how useful and effective the articles on our site have been to artists.Still, we strive to do more for the artistic community than just post articles online. It’s why we have the Underdog community and these Gutter Talk podcasts. Now we have, in conjunction with Coursera and also the High Tech High Graduate School of Education, a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that is video based in nature. You can find that course by clicking here.In this Gutter Talk episode, Adam sits down with the Making Comics Worldwide enigmatic, benevolent, and oft-times well-dressed leader to discuss the How To Make a Comics MOOC more in depth. In this talk Adam and Patrick give you an idea of how the course came about, the struggles and joys of putting the course together, and what we at Making Comics Worldwide hope you get out of it. In other words, when you’re big and famous for your art, remember the little people. How to Make a Comic MOOCOur Links:Outro Song:“RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

45mins

25 Feb 2016

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90: Patrick Yurick – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

podcast – MakingComics.com

The ultimate goal of Making Comics Worldwide and our website is to provide an extensive educational resource for those that want to, simply put, make comics. These individuals range not just in age, from pre-teens to adults, but also in experience, from those who are just starting out to those that are looking to learn something new to help push their artistic process and ventures to new levels. We even have the testimonials to prove how useful and effective the articles on our site have been to artists.Still, we strive to do more for the artistic community than just post articles online. It’s why we have the Underdog community and these Gutter Talk podcasts. Now we have, in conjunction with Coursera and also the High Tech High Graduate School of Education, a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that is video based in nature. You can find that course by clicking here.In this Gutter Talk episode, Adam sits down with the Making Comics Worldwide enigmatic, benevolent, and oft-times well-dressed leader to discuss the How To Make a Comics MOOC more in depth. In this talk Adam and Patrick give you an idea of how the course came about, the struggles and joys of putting the course together, and what we at Making Comics Worldwide hope you get out of it. In other words, when you’re big and famous for your art, remember the little people. How to Make a Comic MOOCOur Links:Outro Song:“RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

45mins

25 Feb 2016

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3: Patrick Yurick & Adam Greenfield – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

Adam sits down with Patrick Yurick to discuss what to do when comic inspiration strikes. In this episode, Adam and Patrick discuss what steps one needs to take when they have their idea for a comic or graphic novel and aren’t quite sure where to go from there. Do I find someone to draw it for me or help? Do I do it all myself? Patrick also discusses networking and drops some heavy philosophy: “The way into an impenetrable fortress of people is usually through a very small trap door.” Deep. Newsletter: https://www.makingcomics.com/newsletter/ The Head Comic: http://www.theheadcomic.com/ ComicCon: http://www.comic-con.org/ Garfield Minus Garfield: http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/ Zen Pencils: http://zenpencils.com/ Intro & Outro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro Song Behind Vocals: “Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transitions: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org Old Fashion Radio Jingle 2.wav: club sound / www.freesound.org

35mins

17 Jan 2014

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1: Patrick Yurick & Adam Greenfield – MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

MakingComics.com Gutter Talk Podcast

In this inaugural episode of Making Comics Gutter Talk, meet host Adam Greenfield as he sits down with Making Comics (dotCom)’s new CEO, Patrick Yurick, to discuss the who, what, when, where, why, and how of Making Comics (dotCom). Intro & Outro Song: “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro Song Behind Vocals: “Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transitions: InceptionBrassHitMedium.wav: Herbert Boland / www.freesound.org Old Fashion Radio Jingle 2.wav: club sound / www.freesound.org

48mins

3 Jan 2014

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