I created an easy-to-follow checklist to help avoid common comic scripting issues.
Author Archives: Aubrey Lyn Jeppson
The Pros and Cons of Project Management Software for Comic Creators
There are pros and cons to each project management software, but ideally, you just have to figure out what works best for your brain and the people you’re working with.
Learn to Take Your Own Advice
Putting yourself out there is hard, but worth it. It’s also necessary for growth. And it’s often essential in comics because you usually work with a creative team.
Creating a Basic Social Media Strategy
A lot of artists and creators I work with find social media daunting. What most people don’t realize is that running social media accounts can be a job unto themselves. I’ve helped clients grow their social media platforms with some basic strategies, and I wanted to share those tactics with you.
6 Feet Apart – Short Comic
We’ve spent most of the last year inside, but I live in an area where a lot of people think the pandemic is a hoax. I created this comic to speak to how isolating that feels.
Resources for Comic Creators – Scripts, Advice, and Classes
After writing for years, when I pivoted toward comics it surprised me that there was no real “standard” way to write and create a comic.
CREATING A SUCCESSFUL AND SUPPORTIVE ONLINE COMMUNITY – PART 3: Branding and Growth
You’ve probably joined a community you were excited about, only to see it stall because the community was not very active and no one was seeking to grow the community. If you’re lucky, your community might just magically grow on it’s own, but most of the time growth is a very intention process.
CREATING A SUCCESSFUL AND SUPPORTIVE ONLINE COMMUNITY – PART 2: Community Management and Moderation
Community management is a balancing act at its core. You have to decide what you’re willing to deal with as a community manager, as well as what you will have zero tolerance for.
CREATING A SUCCESSFUL AND SUPPORTIVE ONLINE COMMUNITY – PART 1: Rules, Philosophies, and Platforms
Communities can be a great way to grow your audience as a writer, artist or other kind of creative person. Maintaining them can also be a considerable amount of work. My goal with this series is to make community creation and management less stressful for you.
Hustle Culture is Destroying Your Creativity – Avoid the Burnout
For the first time in years, I completely drained that cup and this time I had no idea how to fill it back up. I tried my usual methods, start a new story, clean a space in my house, etc. Nothing worked, I was just drained. I realized it had to make one of the hardest decisions I’ve made in years…