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Keeping Your Comic Book On Schedule & Meeting Deadlines

Updated: Jan 18, 2022

Do you find it difficult to sit down and hop to it when it comes to putting those long hours into your comic book? It's a challenge. But we both know the only way to get that book done is to keep your pencil moving.

Discipline and consistent output is the key to success when it comes to making comics in a timely manner. That means getting to work even when it's the last thing you want to do!

Graveyard Shift and Godlike creator Jon Malin joins us in this interview to discuss the importance of keeping your comic book on schedule and meeting those deadlines so that you can get it out on time!

Jon Malin has been on both sides of the fence, working as a comic book artist at Marvel and on his own independent projects. Jon knows what it means to cultivate an iron clad work ethic and expects nothing less of those he hires.

Now he'll share with you the do's and don'ts when clients are depending on you to get the job done. You'll get the low down on what separates the amateurs from the pros - And how missing the mark can mean multiple missed work opportunities down the line.

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Thanks for watching, until next time – keep on drawing!


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