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How baked should your project be before asking for feedback? Do you only seek out input from…

January 15, 2014 by  
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How baked should your project be before asking for feedback? Do you only seek out input from trusted art buddies, or do you open the floor to everyone? And how do you characterize useful feedback?

In the next +Lean Into Art Cast we'll be joined by +Dave Roman, former editor at Nickelodeon Magazine and author of the Agnes Quill webcomic (http://agnesquill.com/), and +Brandon Dayton, concept artist and author of Green Monk (http://ift.tt/1gLz7Hh), for a discussion on choosing whom you seek out feedback from and the definition of useful critiques.

Share your thoughts on giving and receiving feedback via comments on the HOA page or the live Q&A.

#comics   #art   #writing   #graphicnovels   #storytelling  

Critiques and Feedback – LIA Cast 94

How baked should your project be before asking for feedback? Do you only seek out input from trusted art buddies, or do you open the floor to everyone? And how do you characterize _useful_ feedback?

In the next +Lean Into Art Cast we’ll be joined by +Dave Roman, former editor at Nickelodeon Magazine and author of the _Agnes Quill_ webcomic (http://agnesquill.com/), and +Brandon Dayton, concept artist and author of _Green Monk_ (http://ift.tt/1gLz7Hh), for a discussion on choosing whom you seek out feedback from and the definition of useful critiques.

Share your thoughts on giving and receiving feedback via comments on the HOA page or the live Q&A.

#comics   #art   #writing   #graphicnovels   #storytelling  


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