Just messing around with Deviant ArtI have been really bad at keeping up with things here. So this year( I know it's a bit late for Resolutions) but this year I plan to make it a go. I'm going to try cross posting and all kinds of other stuff that people say i should do. So I'll be adding more stuff and hopefully talking with more people and being more active. I really love coming to look at work on Deviant art, and I think it's time I gave back more art to the world.
Offset printing for comic artistsComic authors today benefit from increased choice in terms of how toOffset printing for comic artists2 years ago in Other More Like This
publish. Digital publishing, aka the way of webcomics, are the obvious
nearly-universal choice for both those who wish to print at some point
an those who don't intend to. Print-on-demand (PoD) similarly makes it
possible for everyone to make their work available as a book; despite
its many limitations it's better than no possibility. Digital printing
and various means offered by copy centers also present opportunities for
enterprising artists to print small runs of books at a relatively
modest cost, with more control over the final product than PoD allows.
But the most exciting development, as far as I'm concerned, is that
today sites like Kickstarter give everyone a chance to access good old
offset printing, which this post is dedicated to. Here I list a number
of things to know, do and avoid in order to make the most out of offset
printing, based on my training and personal experience printing comics
and other book