Tyler chats with Colorado based comic writer & artist and the CEO of Actionline Studios, Matt Campbell about his Kickstarter funded epic thriller comic series, Mythica. Matt is a teacher of the visual arts and drops a ton of guidance and sage advice for young comic creators in this conversation.
Highlights of This Session Include:
- Why beginning your creative career with an epic is usually the wrong move?
- Dos and Don’ts for aspiring visual storytellers.
- How to get your Kickstarter campaigns off to a fast start.
- Plus: Offense and Defense in your Creative Business
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Today’s Featured Guest:
Matt Campbell is a Colorado based comic writer & artist and the CEO of Actionline Studios, an indie comics label best known for the epic thriller comic series, Mythica.
Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:
Mythica Issue 7 – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mythicacomic/mythica-issue-7
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How could you break up the epic story you’d like to tell into much smaller pieces?