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Click to Tweet: Tyler Crook shares his journey on Comics Manifest podcast

 

So excited to bring you this interview with award winning artist Tyler Crook.

 

Tyler has had a wild ride in the art world, from art school, to working in graphic design, to working for internet companies, to video games, to comics.

 

During this interview we talk about what art school can and can’t do for you. The DIY mentality, and the importance of separating your self worth from what you create.

 

An amazing interview, check out all of the links below, and let’s get this one out there, share it out with your network and be the one who gives them the inspiration to go out and start manifesting their dreams into reality.

 

Comics Manifest episode 091 with Tyler Crook

 


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What you will learn

 

  • How Tyler learned what art school can and can’t do for you
  • The DIY mentality and how that can inspire and motivate you
  • Why you need to push the fear of failure/ imposter syndrome away
  • Practice separating your happiness from the ‘quality’ of your work

 

Closing Advice

 

Always remember that you like making comics.

 

Links and Resources

 

 

Connect with Tyler

 

| Twitter | Instagram | Website | Tumblr |

 


Music Attributions

George Street Shuffle Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Thank you for Sharing, Subscribing, and Spreading this powerful message with your network. It’s lonely being a creator but know that you aren’t alone! If you enjoyed this episode I would love it if you head over to iTunes and leave an honest rating and review to help the message of this show ring out even louder. Thank you for doing that I can’t wait to see your messages. Thanks for being here and until next time go out and continue MANIFESTING your DREAMS!

 


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Click to tweet Ideas have a life span

 

This is a motivational minute with the creator of Prison Pit and Angry Youth Comix, Johnny Ryan.

 

During our conversation we get to the topic of weakness and if Johnny had any.

 

This is what he had to say.

 

I hope this clip inspires you and gets you asking yourself, what drives me. Once you figure that out, nothing can stop you.

 

Comics Manifest Episode 090 with Johnny Ryan!

 


 

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Thank you for joining me today. Any feedback that you would like to share? Leave a message in the comments section below.

 

If you like this episode, please share it using the social media buttons at the bottom of this post

 

Thank you for Sharing, Subscribing, and Spreading this powerful message with your network. It’s lonely being a creator but know that you aren’t alone! If you enjoyed this episode I would love it if you head over to iTunes and leave an honest rating and review to help the message of this show ring out even louder. Thank you for doing that I can’t wait to see your messages. Thanks for being here and until next time go out and continue MANIFESTING your DREAMS!

 


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Listen to Katie Cook share her journey on Comics Manifest podcast

 

I’m very excited to introduce our featured guest today Katie Cook

 

Katie and I got connected through Terry Moore and she has such an incredible journey to share.

 

During our conversation she talks all about how she found her passion for art and what she had to do to make sure that she created a life around that passion.

 

We also chat about her newest picture book OBI-123 and what working on a franchise like Star Wars means to her.

 

Katie also tells us an incredible story that really drives the idea of it’s never wrong to ask. So get excited for this one Episode 089 with Katie Cook!

 


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Closing Questions

 

  • Personal Habit: Being unafraid to ask
  • Book and Comic recommendations: Locke and Key, A Short History of Nearly Everything
  • What would Katie Cook say to her past self: It all works out

 

Closing Advice

 

Find your own style, be good at what you do, and always meet your deadlines.

 

Links and Resources

 

 

Connect with Katie

 

| Twitter | Instagram | email |

 


Music Attributions

 

George Street Shuffle Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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Thanks For Listening

 

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Click to Tweet: Steven Andrews talks anthologies on Comics Manifest

 

Steven Andrews is the lead editor of the Toronto Comics Anthology. He reached out to me and told me all about what they were doing and loved it.

 

The Toronto Comics Anthology team has taken the city of Toronto and pulled together a group of passionate creators.

 

The thing that I found especially interesting about this anthology is how transparent they are about the financial aspect of creating a comic. Where money comes from, how it is spent; it’s a great resource for those who are interested in starting their own anthology project.

 

During this conversation we talk building anthologies, Kickstarter success, and what it takes to start an anthology of your own.

 

So get excited for this one! Comics Manifest episode 088 with Steven Andrews.

 


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Closing Questions

 

  • Personal Habit: Work Ethic
  • Book and Comic Recommendations: Save The Cat, Delicious in Dungeon
  • Creator to pay attention to: B C Holmes
  • What would Steven say to his past self: Fix everything

 

Closing Advice

 

Just do it.

 

Links and Resources

 

 

Connect with Steven

 

| Twitter | email |

 


Music Attributions

 

George Street Shuffle Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Thanks For Listening

 

Thank you for joining me today. Any feedback that you would like to share? Leave a message in the comments section below.

 

If you like this episode, please share it using the social media buttons at the bottom of this post

 

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Click to Tweet: Tini Howard shares her journey on Comics Manifest podcast

 

This is a powerful one Dream Team! 

 

I’m so excited to bring you this interview with comic book writer Tini Howard. Tini has an incredible journey in comics and talks all about how she went from fan girl to contest winner.

 

That’s right she broke into comics by winning the Top Cow Talent Search.

 

Tini talks all about taking a chance on her passions and how making that decision and taking that chance led her to do what she loves.

 

So get excited for this incredible interview, Comics Manifest 087 with Tini Howard

 


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Closing Questions

 

  • Personal Habit: List Making and Goal Setting
  • Book Recommendations: Making Comics – Scott McCloud | Fun Home – Alison Bechdel
  • What would Tini say to her past self: You’re gonna do it! … and keep working out!

 

Closing Advice

 

Some days, nothing feels worse than writing, but nothing feels better than having written.

 

Links and Resources

 

 

Connect with Tini

 

| Twitter | Patreon | Tumblr |

 


Music attributions

 

George Street Shuffle Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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Thanks For Listening

 

Thank you for joining me today. Any feedback that you would like to share? Leave a message in the comments section below.

 

If you like this episode, please share it using the social media buttons at the bottom of this post

 

Thank you for Sharing, Subscribing, and Spreading this powerful message with your network. It’s lonely being a creator but know that you aren’t alone! If you enjoyed this episode I would love it if you head over to iTunes and leave an honest rating and review to help the message of this show ring out even louder. Thank you for doing that I can’t wait to see your messages. Thanks for being here and until next time go out and continue MANIFESTING your DREAMS!

 


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