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About Digital Art / Hobbyist Ryan KlassenMale/Canada Recent Activity
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The Phil Thrills - new poster by cityfolkwebcomic The Phil Thrills - new poster :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 0 Back to Back Champs Poster by cityfolkwebcomic Back to Back Champs Poster :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 0 DerpPhilPoster source by cityfolkwebcomic DerpPhilPoster source :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 3 0 Another Sweet Victory Wallpaper by cityfolkwebcomic Another Sweet Victory Wallpaper :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 0 MAF 29 Phone Wallpaper by cityfolkwebcomic MAF 29 Phone Wallpaper :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 0 Stanley Cup Walk Of Fame by cityfolkwebcomic Stanley Cup Walk Of Fame :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 0 Summer Series 2017 Logo by cityfolkwebcomic Summer Series 2017 Logo :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 0 0 Russian Machine Never Breaks by cityfolkwebcomic Russian Machine Never Breaks :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 0 0 H3h3 by cityfolkwebcomic H3h3 :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 2 2 Meanwhile, in 2015 by cityfolkwebcomic Meanwhile, in 2015 :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 2 0 The Phil - Season 3-Peat Cover by cityfolkwebcomic The Phil - Season 3-Peat Cover :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 0 2017 The Phil Poster Wallpaper by cityfolkwebcomic 2017 The Phil Poster Wallpaper :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 2 3 ThePhilPoster 2017 by cityfolkwebcomic ThePhilPoster 2017 :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 0 0 The Phil Thrills by cityfolkwebcomic The Phil Thrills :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 0 The Phil- Cookie Monster by cityfolkwebcomic The Phil- Cookie Monster :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 1 1 The Phil - Family Portrait by cityfolkwebcomic The Phil - Family Portrait :iconcityfolkwebcomic:cityfolkwebcomic 0 0

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:iconparmesanfuckme:
parmesanfuckme Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Love your stuff! I loved reading The Phil at the beginning of every week. Keep up the great work! LGP
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cityfolkwebcomic Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks so much!  Looking forward to October!
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cityfolkwebcomic Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Working on some images to print for posters. Comicon sorta stuff. Not that I'm going to any comicon ever, just thought it would be a cool idea for the store.
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MidnightFrog Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013  Student General Artist
bro, for you
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cityfolkwebcomic Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sweet, I'll check it out!
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:iconmidnightfrog:
MidnightFrog Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2012  Student General Artist
how did you publish your comic on lulu? I'm not sure how to go about it
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cityfolkwebcomic Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It actually wasn't that difficult. I was quite intimidated by the process until I played around with it for a day or two. You can set up an account and have a book completely ready to publish without any obligation to do so. So take some time and play around with it.

With City Folk, I used Photoshop and Microsoft Word. I made all my strips the same width and placed them evenly apart in a word document. I added page numbers and chapter headers and whatever else I felt like. Once my Word document was ready, I converted it to a PDF (lots of tutorials on that online, it's quite simple) and uploaded it to Lulu.com.

From there you can set a price and upload a cover. My cover and back cover are two different images that I worked on with Photoshop. The spine was a default that they provide.

Make sure when you start this process to know what kind of book you want. How tall do you want it? How many pages? Black and White? Or Color? They give you a lot of options. My production price for the book was around $8. You always want to sell for double that cost.

If you have any other questions let me know!

Ryan.
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MidnightFrog Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks man! This was really helpful. There is only 1 other question I have to ask you. Do you publish the comic under the book option or do you publish under the portfolio option. I ask this because I just don't know which to choose when it comes to comics
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cityfolkwebcomic Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I used Book and paperback. My first one was the US Letter size (8.5 x 11 inches). I was able to fit 3 strips on each page. I'm working on a new book now with the wide page option. I think I can fit 2 strips per page.
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MidnightFrog Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2012  Student General Artist
Hurray!
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