Some art/webcomic adviceI got this really thoughtful question on my tumblr a week or two ago in regards to art/webcomics:kevinbolk
"Hello K-bo, I Have been aspiring to be a webcomic artist much like yourself for a long time. Viewing your artwork and your achievements inspire me to reach out for my dreams. I wasn't able to see you at Fan Expo this year so I wasn't able to ask you this in person. I feel like I'm at a point where I'm comfortable enough with my art and style to start a webcomic... but I have no idea where to start... Do you have any advice? Thank you!"
I wanted to share my answer with you guys since it might be relevant to your interests. I hope at least some of it is useful to you. Here goes...
"First off, that’s awesome and I’m honored to have inspired you in any way. You should be very proud of yourself for being ready and willing to start this journey.
Now this is a pretty bro
I would like to introduce myself as Senna. Please call me that if you want to address me with a name.
I would also like to point out that I am sadly not as active on deviantART as I once was. I use
Instagram and Paigeeworld
more now! The work there is much more current. If you would like to see the artwork I have there, please let me know and I'll send my username to you!
Hmm... there's not much to say about myself. For me, art is more of a hobby. I really love doing art, and the style I use is more an anime/manga style. That's they style I love and I find it very fun!
I'm kind of obsessed with Disney. Right now it's Frozen and The Little Mermaid.
Okay, so, art statuses:
Art trades are usually always open unless I get swamped with stuff!
The rest of these stamps pretty much sum me up! If you ever want to talk about this or anything else, or just talk in general, send me a message. I'm always willing to meet new people.