Episodes
Impostor Syndrome! Do you EVER outgrow it?! Also... it's important to understand the difference between a support-based Patreon and a Patreon based on exclusive rewards.
Published 05/26/22
We discuss what to do when you just can't make time to create Patreon rewards. Plus: overdrawing, re-runs on social media, and more!
Published 05/19/22
Published 05/19/22
We discuss the importance of audience building before crowdfunding. Also: Is a four-panel strip really the best option for a story-based comic?
Published 05/12/22
Cartoonists Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar devote the entire show to discuss the biggest mistakes they made in their career. Also: Brad is launching a six-week session for creators of NSFW comics.
Published 05/05/22
Cartoonists Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett talk about how to balance good storytelling with your own personal taste.
Published 04/28/22
Cartoonists Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett discuss the pros and cons of livestreaming your comics-creating process.
Published 04/21/22
Mistakes that comic creators are making on Patron that are costing them money. Successful Patreon strategies that work. Unpublishing a Patreon tier.
Published 04/14/22
Cartoonists Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar talk about how understanding self-publishing can make or break your career in comics.
Published 04/07/22
When is it OK to use an exclusive Patreon reward in merchandise? Also: we talk about closing loopholes in a story.
Published 03/31/22
Building narrative tension in your writing. Also: What to do if your torn between commissions and comics.
Published 03/24/22
How to write a great title for your book. Also: One of Brad's predictions for 2022 have already come true — just not quite the way he thought it would.
Published 03/17/22
Cartoonists Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar talk about how to improve your art by flipping it over. But... do you fix on the flip, or do you flip, flop and then fix? We're flummoxed!
Published 03/10/22
Cartoonists Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett talk about how social media can make you crazy. This week, we talk about building a comics career from a series of unrelated 10-12-page stories. Also: How much work should be done before the Kickstarter?
Published 03/03/22
We're playing the Bad Tweets game! Also... we've talked about responding to reader complaints, but what's the best way to respond to a compliment?
Published 02/24/22
Cartoonists Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett discuss the recent self-immolation of Gumroad on Twitter — over NFTs! We'll be talking drawing boards, about cartooning after retirement, and how to title post on your comic's website.
Published 02/17/22
Is social media making you crazy? We discuss ways to regain sanity. Also: a reader asks how to get the maximum impact for their very first post.
Published 02/10/22
Is fanart legal? Is Reddit worth the effort? Should we abandon Tumblr? We tackle all this and more!
Published 02/03/22
Cartoonists Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar share their predictions for the new year! Today's show is brought to you by Wacom! Wacom is the maker of the powerful, professional, portable Wacom One! 
Published 01/27/22
We'll discuss Kickstarter's recent blockchain announcement. Was it the right move? Will they change course? Is it time to find an alternative?
Published 01/20/22
Erika Moen joins us for a show dedicated to questions about creating NSFW comics! If you've ever wanted to make sexy comics for the 18+ crowd, this show is for you!
Published 01/13/22
Dave and Brad share their plans for the coming year.
Published 01/06/22
Should your characters wear clothes? — And if so, what kind of clothes should they wear?? Also, a soon-to-be-married cartoonists wonders about whether they should change their social-media branding as they change their name.
Published 12/30/21
The holidays are here! This is the time to throttle back and enjoy a little time with family and friends. Your readers will be there when you return because — honestly — they're too busy with their own holiday plans to notice that you took a break!
Published 12/23/21
This week we're talking about gesture, expression, and the fundamental importance of Harold Zoid. Brought to you by Wacom.com and Comicbookfonts.com
Published 12/16/21