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Things I learned about storytelling from Star Trek Picard

Thu 07 May 2020

I'm a huge Star Trek fan, especially of The Next Generation and Deep Space 9. So, when the Picard show was unveiled, I was super excited (and a little nervous since I didn't like the Discovery show at all)....

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The Vine

Sat 06 October 2018

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Illustrator lettering process

Wed 05 October 2016

A while ago I took this comic book lettering course by John Roshell, over at Lynda.com. It’s a fantastic course and I recommend this to anyone interested in lettering their own comic books or graphic novels.

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My comic book production “build” process

Wed 05 October 2016

Imagine the scene. You’ve got your finished “lettered” comic book pages. You’ve got your cover, your internal title and credit pages. Now you’ve built/exported a multitude of files ready to use in various ways...

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Productivity hacks that worked for me

Wed 05 October 2016

I’ve been trying to find ways of increasing my productivity lately as I felt it was waning. And so I thought back to the time when I felt I reached the peak of my productivity...

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Self-publishing graphic novels with CreateSpace — Part 1

Wed 05 October 2016

CreateSpace is a free self-publishing print-on-demand service/platform. It’s also Amazon owned so the experience of making your book(s) available for sale worldwide through Amazon is effortless if you use it.

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Self-publishing graphic novels with CreateSpace — Part 2

Wed 05 October 2016

This guide continues from my last post, which detailed how to set up your pages ready for printing through CreateSpace. If you haven’t read that article yet, I recommend that you do as this post continues directly from that one...

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What it’s like to be completely out of your depth

Wed 05 October 2016

I wrote the following as an afterward for my first graphic novel Strange Skies. I since realised that perhaps it’s worth publishing separately here...

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