075: Being Honest With Your Work with Evan Dahm

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Evan Dahm joins me on the show today and if you unfamiliar with his name you probably know his comic Vattu. Evan is a cartoonist and illustrator and creator of the webcomics Rice Boy, Order or Tales, and Vattu.

 

During this conversation we dive into what Evan thinks are the most important aspects of creating success as a self publishing cartoonist.

 

Today is the best time to create work and get it in front of a massive audience. So why do so many people struggle finding audiences and connecting with their audience? Evan talks all about his experience with that specifically and what he’s learned along.

 

All that and more in this episode I hope you enjoy it and share it with your friends.

 


 

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What You Will Learn

 

Closing Questions

 

Closing Piece of Advice

 

Kickstarter isn’t a magic bullet

 

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Connect with Evan

 

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Thank you Kelly, for joining me on this episode of Comics Manifest

 


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