Welcome to Part 3 of Comic Conventions, the ongoing series where I look at different facets of having a table at events for your comic creations and art.
In part 3, we are looking at table set-up. We are fortunate to have a few guest comic creators share with us their table set-ups for different events, and we’ll quickly break each down to what worked best for them, and what I thought the best aspect of each table was.. (more…)
Hello, we meet again! My name is Kay, and I’m the author of this on-going blog series about helping beginners , and vets, into the world of Artist’s Alley at comic conventions.
So, where DO I want to sell my comics and art? (more…)
Comic Street is a FREE indie comics market right in the heart of Queen Street Mall, Brisbane, organised by Bea Bravo and Samantha Calcraft a.k.a Mammath.
Hi! My name is Kay, and I’m a comic convention table holder.
Sometimes it’s difficult to know where to start when it comes to holding a table at a comic convention or market. The recent weekend of Supanova Brisbane has inspired me to create a series of posts revolving around differenet aspects of tabling at an Australian comic convention.
Movies have genres to allow viewers to pick what they would like to watch. Rom-com, sci-fi, horror, comedy, family, etc.
They all have specific “antatomy” they use to keep viewers engaged on what is happening on the screen.
Comics, too, should have a storyline that keeps readers engaged, and this is why I have put this link on the “Antatomy of Film” into this post, taken from the blog of wronghands1.com (please visit, they have lots of great info!) (more…)