If you make comics, you have all the skills you need to get yourself "out t…
If you make comics, you have all the skills you need to get yourself "out there."
Many of us visual storytellers choose this line because it affords us the ability to hold up in a studio, away from the public. But more and more it seems that being a professional artist means getting one's self "out there." Does this mean we should take diction classes, attend networking seminars, or sign up for coaching from social media gurus? What if we already have the skills necessary to engage with the public?
+Rob Stenzinger and I discuss how a visual storyteller already has the skills required to be an entertainer in the latest +Lean Into Art Cast, and we share a bunch of links to people who serve as prime examples of what we're talking about.
Audio version here: http://leanintoart.com/blog/2012/11/4/lia-cast-60-storytelling-to-make-your-presence-awesome.html
Subscribe to the show: http://feeds.feedburner.com/LeanIntoArtPodcastAudio
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