1. Thank you! You won’t be disappointed. And of course I don’t mind. I’m very happy with the quality of the work they produce, as well as the turnaround speed, and I wish more people would use them.
The customer service is great and they’re very responsive on Twitter. Last year I sent Lines 2012 over to them about 10 days before Fanime starts and it arrived on my front door two days before I drove up to Fanime. They also have a bunch of different types of paper you can order for your book, and they’re more than happy to send you a paper sampler for free. Just ask on Twitter!
2. This ask came right before I made the post about Lines 2013, but yes I will. I will definitely have enough for online sales. Keep an eye out around the end of July.
3. Thank you for the kind words. I’m glad it helps you in that way =)
1. Yes, I love Yuusuke Murata’s art, and I am well aware of his frequent streaming. I try to avoid it, though, because whenever he streams my eyes would just be fixed on him streaming (he can go on for hours), and I end up not getting anything done. I’m terrible at multi-tasking, unfortunately.
2. Mmm, it really depends on what job you’re trying to get. If you’re trying to get a job selling stuff or retail, then maybe, as experience in the alley mean you have experience interacting with customers. If you’re trying to get an art job/internship, having sold at artist alley will not improve your resume. Art jobs/internship is all about showing what you can do in your portfolio, not how often you’ve been out trying to sell your work. In a resume, you always want to put ONLY relevant work experiences. Having completed a 20-page comicbook is relevant to an art job. Being a part of a convention artist alley… I don’t think it is.
3. You’re talking about the titanium pen. It’s a stylus, so it works on touch screen tablets/devices such as iPad, iPhone, and any smartphones/tablets out there. It does not, however, work on a drawing tablet like Wacom products.
4. Thank you.
Are you ever going to do any more of Jo's Bizzare Adventure? They were really funny!! :)
Maybe! I haven’t had many bizarre adventures with Jo lately.
In case anyone’s wondering what Jo’s Bizarre Adventure is: Click here to read.
Have you ever wished your art style was like someone else's instead?
Not really? I never really cared much about having a certain style. I do enjoy looking at different styles, though.