I find some troubles trying to get the littless succes showing my comic strips, obviously the subject and the drawings were not commercial matters, but people ignore them evn whe the web is full of these kind of stuff, but not well-drawn... how can i get some followers, readers or pople watching them for a few seconds when even 4chan at /b/ blow this stuff out
a lot, im getting insane ... tolvolsrescue.blogspot.com, or zapoicomics.blogspot.com or behance but there are no replies. Here in uruguay a cuple of friends and i publish these stuff as fanzines, but people ignore them, they choose cocaine or buzz
Pues bien! ponlo en contacto conmigo, o yo me pongo en contacto con esa persona! por lo general la gente reacciona mal a este material
tengo una web, tolvolsrescue.blogspot.com
ademas me gustaía ver mas gente publicando sus trabajos
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mi email es firstname.lastname@example.org
mi nombre es Lucas Roselli, y en el facebook de ZAPOI COMICS estan los 2 numeros de la revista completos para descargar, en esa publicación aparece el porimer capitulo de Ricardo Lopez, el acosador de Bjork
>how can i get some followers, readers or pople watching them for a few seconds when even 4chan at /b/ blow this stuff out
A. Cater to a demographic
B. Advertise in places that demographic will see.
Just putting your stuff on the net IS NOT ENOUGH. Can't stress this enough, people will not just spontaneously discover your work, you MUST advertise it. Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, whatever site you want to use, especially those with tags that people can track.
This is great, I think your work is excellent and will get a good response if seen by the right people.
But some of your pages don't present the work in the best way. Mainly the colors are quite bad and don't complement the great inkwork. Either polish them to the same level or omit them entirely.
Also, increase the contrast so that you get pure black and white in pages like these >>2373950 >>2373940 Those bits of incomplete black showing through makes them look unpolished.