Our Panels: Creating Webcomics: Character and Story Development (Saturday, 11a-1p) Creating Webcomics: Logistical Nightmares and Shameless Self Promotion (Saturday, 1p-2p)
Improv Comics Jam (Sat 7p-8p)
Erika Panel Ask a Baker (Fri pm)
Erika Panels that Laura Might Jump in on if She Wants Write a Novel in a Month (Fri pm) Self-Rescuing Princess: The Importance of Writing Characters with Agency (Sun 2p-3p)
The schedule is subject to changes, so to be extra sure, check it out on their website.
Wanna meet up? Get some coffee? We can arrange a meet'n'greet. It'd be great! Is there something in the panels that you REALLY REALLY want to know? We'll be designing the presentation over the next few weeks. (And no, you don't have to be GOING to the con to ask the question.) Do you want merch? Email or FB us and let us know what you want, and bring cash to the con. No shipping charge for you and no trip to the post office for me! Win win!
Post by hawkguyzero on Apr 12, 2017 10:49:12 GMT -5
WOO! I will SO be there! I learned a lot at last year's panels, and they gave me the kick in the pants I needed to get my site up and running. It's definitely time for a refresher course.
Edit: Of course, as soon as I hit submit, I thought of something to ask -- Do you have any tips for designing a good/effective banner? I signed up at Project Wonderful, but found myself a bit overwhelmed at all the different banner sizes, and my lack of knowledge in that area, so I've been procrastinating on that front.
That sounds like a great thing for us to include in our panel! But off the top of my head, something clean, easy to read and eye catching, that conveys the title of your comic and something interesting about it, like your main character. If you go to somethingpositive.net, our ad is showing right now! The animated ads are great for that, because as long as they're not obnoxious, they give you a lot more real estate to work with.
Also, RE your own comic: links or it didn't happen.