Kean Soo joins us on the show today! He is an award winning cartoonist and creator of the graphic novels Jellaby and March Grand Prix.
Jellaby and March Grand Prix are incredible and in this chat I ask kean questions to try and dissect what makes him so passionate, motivated, and determined.
He shares so much insight but the one thing that really stood out for me was when he talked about the ability to LET GO.
I think that today, it is so much easier to get your work seen with outlets like, Twitter, YouTube, Podcasts, Tumblr, Blogs, etc… but with that there is also the fear of being judged or criticized for what you post.
Perfectionism is a crippling thing for creators and Kean dives into this topic and tells us exactly what led to him to finally decide to let go!
So if you are struggling with perfectionism, I suggest you open your mind and give Kean a chance to inspire you.
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What you will learn during this interview
- The benefit of treating comics like a job
- The battle against perfectionism
- The art of letting go
- All that matters is putting up great work
Closing Piece of Advice
Links and Resources
- Kean’s Website
- March Grand Prix
- The Eagle Huntress
- The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
- Making Comics
Connect with Kean
Thanks For Listening
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Thank you Kean, for joining me on this episode of Comics Manifest
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