On Writing Therapists 2

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Jan. 18, 2020




Therapists are the type of character whose occupation can easily seep into their ‘off the clock’ life. It's not something that can often be helped. Psychologists don't ‘turn off’ their perception of behavioral patterns and personality analyses, the same way you can't ‘unsee’ the rabbits after you ...


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Illustrator Uses Rabbit Comic to Teach Mindfulness Techniques to People Dealing with Depression

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, April 8, 2019


Image credit: thelatestkate

Southern California based author and illustrator, Kate Alan, uploaded a mini online comic series last week titled “Let’s Get You Mentally Healthy”. The ten page comic series gives helpful tips on how to deal with negative thoughts that come from feelings of anxiety and sadness.

Alan ...




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Writing Mental Illness: A Good Example (Part 3)

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Feb. 9, 2019



Having discussed a general approach to writing characters with mental disorders (with a lot of thoughtful comments by you further enriching what I had to say!) it's only right that we wrap up this very quick analysis with an example of a story that properly portrays them.

I chose ...



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Drawing the Red Line

Amelius at 11:48AM, Jan. 20, 2019



Let's be honest, we don't always appreciate someone pointing out our mistakes. Criticism may be important for artists growing into their craft to find the right areas to focus on improving through a little outside guidance, but not all critique is made equal. Frankly speaking, a lot of ...

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Writing Mental Illness (Part 1)

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Jan. 12, 2019




Writing a character with mental illness can be a very tricky thing. Writers usually go for the extremely rare, exotic and spectacular: multiple personality disorders, extreme manifestations of psychopathy or sociopathy, high functioning autism with that ever alluring ‘savant’ magic going for the character, bombastically spectacular schizophrenia… in many ways ...


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Daredevil Season 3 Review and the end of Netflix Marvel

Banes at 12:00AM, Dec. 6, 2018




Since I've reviewed both other seasons of Daredevil, I figured I'd talk about the Third - and last ? - season and then chat a tiny bit about the sudden cancelling of the series and the rest of the “Netflix Marvel Universe”.

Review

It was excellent. I understand that the second ...






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One Bad Apple, part 2

Amelius at 12:09PM, Dec. 2, 2018



So if vampires are a hot mess and haters are at the gates what can YOU learn from vampires? Well, a lot, vampires are not the only over extended sub-genre out there. Let's explore another genre that is trying to avoid ending up in a similar space, superheroes, specifically ...

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Making 3D Comics Part 2 by Genejoke

Banes at 12:00AM, Nov. 29, 2018



Here's Part 2 of Genejoke's tutorial on 3d comics. He talks about character creation here, and also gives some
info on the computer capacity you might need.


Part 1: https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/news/2018/nov/15/making-3d-comics-by-genejoke/


3D COMICS Part 2 - CHARACTER CREATION


Making your 3D characters ...









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The slow grind that is webcomics and how to combat it

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Sept. 28, 2018



Once the honeymoon sheen of releasing your new project wears you can easily find yourself burnt out by the concept of having to muster the energy to continue working on it. Sometimes you might have written yourself into a corner or maybe you feel like you are not liking the ...

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Quackcast 379 - Troptastic

ozoneocean at 12:00AM, June 19, 2018

LISTEN!

ALL the tropes!!!!
Based on Emma Clare's newspost, tropes are damn useful but they can also be your undoing if you handle them badly. Tropes are shortcuts to meanings, scenes, procedures or jokes that take too long to set up in their own right. You can use them ...


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