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  1. PWP #11: Interview with Lora Innes

    In this episode Paper Wings host Chris Oatley interviews his Co-Host Lora Innes about her career and journey as a professional artist. Press PLAY and listen to Chris and Lora discuss: Breaking into the comic industry. The hardest parts of being an indy comics creator. How to write more compelling stories. And much, much more! Also, today is the first day to begin voting in the Paper Wings Challenge! Voting will be open for ONE WEEK ONLY! Cast your vote by clicking on the Facebook “Like” button on each entry’s page.

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  2. PWP #10: What To Do When Your Dream Seems Far Away

    The pursuit of a dream can be filled with freedom of expression and a fulfilling sense of purpose. …but it can also be overwhelming and seemingly endless. So what do we do when we just feel overwhelmed, unskilled and uninspired? What do we do when our dreams seem distant and out of reach? Press PLAY and listen to Chris and Lora discuss: How to form a “Circle Of Trust” and not just a fan base. When to take a break and when to press on. How to reevaluate your dreams without giving up. and we ALSO announce a SURPRISE GRAND PRIZE for our ongoing Paper Wings Challenge! The deadline is August 1st so hurry and submit your entries!

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  3. PWP #9: Five Tips To Make Your Character Designs More Dynamic & Believable

    How can character design strengthen the emotional impact of your story? Are turnarounds really a waste of time? How can you avoid cliches in your designs, and make your characters both surprising and memorable? In this episode of The Paper Wings Podcast, Chris and Lora give you FIVE tips that will help you make your characters more dynamic and believable. They also share an update about the first Paper Wings Challenge sponsored by WACOM Technologies! Press PLAY, and get ready to learn how to set your characters apart, and take your stories to the next level! READ ON to DOWNLOAD our FREE Character Design Cheat Sheet to learn how YOU can enter to WIN a WACOM Intuos4 Tablet and to download the episode Cheat Sheet!

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  4. PWP 8#: Ten Questions To Ask Your Characters To Make Them More Dynamic & Believable

    Press PLAY and enjoy another jam-packed, creative explosion! Find ways to double your time and energy. Make progress on your own creative projects even when you don’t have time in your existing schedule. Start creating actively instead of living re-actively. Learn to overlap & merge your work on your personal projects with mundane and mindless tasks. Examine your routines creatively and find time you never thought you had! COMMENT AND SHARE: Look for areas in your life where you could possibly do “double-time” and share in the comments below! Let’s brainstorm and help each other create more space in our lives!!!

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  5. PWP #7: Six Time Management Tips To Create More Space In Your Life

    Press PLAY and enjoy another jam-packed, creative explosion! Find ways to double your time and energy. Make progress on your own creative projects even when you don’t have time in your existing schedule. Start creating actively instead of living re-actively. Learn to overlap & merge your work on your personal projects with mundane and mindless tasks. Examine your routines creatively and find time you never thought you had! COMMENT AND SHARE: Look for areas in your life where you could possibly do “double-time” and share in the comments below! Let’s brainstorm and help each other create more space in our lives!!!

    —Huffduffed by cazepeda 2 years ago

  6. PWP #6: Seven Time Management Tips to Accelerate Your Personal Project

    We are all struggling to find the TIME we need to finish (or perhaps start!) our personal projects. How can getting organized make a big impact on the time you have? What are the four “Ds” of effective time management? Do you really know your tools? Can procrastinating actually help you finish your projects? All of that, and much, much more!

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  7. PWP #5: Five Steps To A Winning Comic Pitch

    The paths to success in both mainstream and independent/ “creator-owned” comics are beginning to converge. In this episode Chris and Lora share their perspectives about how a personal, creator-owned project can serve both types of career. They explain how a winning comic pitch is about the creator just as much as it is about the created project. Lora also shares some insights from her successful pitch to IDW. ALSO: We FINALLY announce the official rules and submission guidelines for our FIRST Paper Wings Challenge!

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  8. PWP #4: Ten Steps To A Winning Portfolio (part two)

    The Paper Wings Podcast continues! We’re excited to post our final portfolio episode: 10 STEPS TO A WINNING PORTFOLIO (part two). How should the context of your portfolio shape the content? What are the benefits of making your portfolio disposable? How can cutting pieces rather than adding pieces make your portfolio stronger? Where should you take your portfolio for a test drive? And much, much more! And don’t forget, subscribers to the Paper Wings Newsletter received details about a chance to win one of three Intuos4 Tablets from WACOM, the first Paper Wings Challenge sponsor! Newsletter subscribers got the rules FIRST, so they can get a head start on the contest. Sign up today so you don’t miss another exclusive opportunity!

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  9. PWP #3: Portfolio Pit Stop

    We’re back with a special Paper Wings Podcast! Chris & Lora were together in L.A. this week, so we decided to take a detour from our planned schedule and do a LIVE episode. Instead of releasing Part 2 of our portfolio episode this week, we used Episode 3: PORTFOLIO PIT STOP to answer some of the many listener questions we received. Listen in to hear our thoughts on: Do the principles we discussed about animation portfolios apply when assembling a freelance illustration portfolio? Are “leave behinds” a good idea? How do you brand yourself online and make your portfolio stand out in the digital realm? What should you wear to an interview? What if I can’t attend comic conventions? And more! We also take the opportunity to share our (mis)adventures on the California coast, and discuss our vision for Paper Wings– specifically the Paper Wings Talent Exchange Program! And don’t forget to subscribe to the newsletter to receive details about a chance to win one of three Intuos4 Tablets from WACOM, the first Paper Wings Challenge sponsor! Newsletter subscribers will get the contest rules FIRST, before the next episode is released. So sign up today!

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  10. PWP #2: Five Steps To a Winning Animation Pitch

    The Paper Wings Podcast continues! We’re excited to post our first story episode: 5 STEPS TO A WINNING ANIMATION PITCH. What does it take to make a successful animation pitch? What is a pitch bible, and what should it include? What should you really be thinking about when pitching an animated series? In this episode Chris gives insider tips on how to successfully navigate the process creating a winning animation pitch. Listen to hear more details about the contest that will kick off the Paper Wings launch! A chance to win one of three Intuos4 Tablets from WACOM, the contest sponsor!

    —Huffduffed by cazepeda 2 years ago

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