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Join WEBCOMIC UNDERDOGS: Best Friend to the Indie Creator

PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:19 pm
by MichaelYakutis
So you have a webcomic. Now what? Do you maybe find yourself wishing that:

1.Your pageviews would miraculously increase?
2.Your "Comments" section would live up to its name?
3.Your Facebook fans included more than you, your characters, and your mom?
4.You could b!tch, moan, and rejoice with other comic creators?
5.You could be exposed to useful critique, rather than the "It sucks" or "Cute ^.^" kinds of feedback?

Well, then…come join Webcomic Underdogs! It's the best place to meet other talented webcomic creators - those who share your passion for comics and want to share their stories with the world! Sign your comic up for the weekly spotlight and have your work promoted not just on our site, but through various other networks such as Deviant Art, Facebook, Twitter, and more!

Our official website just launched and you can check it out here: http://webcomicunderdogs.com/

Re: Join WEBCOMIC UNDERDOGS: Best Friend to the Indie Creato

PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 6:03 pm
by MichaelYakutis
Just wanted to announce that we've made a few updates to the About section and FAQ in order to hopefully better explain the purpose of the site.

Re: Join WEBCOMIC UNDERDOGS: Best Friend to the Indie Creato

PostPosted: Fri Aug 02, 2013 12:57 pm
by MichaelYakutis
Just wanted to mention that a great blog has been added to the site about the difficulties for some people to adhere to deadlines. Writer Marisa Brenizer set a challenge for herself to write the blog in less than 15 minutes. After that it's pencils down! Check out Don't Fear The Timer.

Re: Join WEBCOMIC UNDERDOGS: Best Friend to the Indie Creato

PostPosted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 3:05 pm
by MichaelYakutis
What do you charge for your freelance art? The answer - probably not enough!

Are you a freelance artist by any chance? Or perhaps looking into entering the world of paid commissions? Maybe you're a writer looking for an artist? Check out the most recent blog series at Webcomic Underdogs - It's Called Freelancing, Not Slavery.