“Finish the project you want to make and put it out there. It’s easy to do these days — that’s almost the problem: it’s so easy that so many are doing it, so it’s hard to stand out. Go to cons. Meet people. Show them what you’ve made. Also, I recommend starting with small projects, e.g. a complete 10-30-page comic. Learn what works for you before investing too much time in a 1,000-page epic. Plus, it’s easier for strangers to read.”
Trained in fine art and traditional animation, Tony Cliff has worked in the international animation industry since 2001 and has been publishing comics since 2006. He is a New York Times best-selling author and has been recognised with award nominations from the Eisner, Shuster and Harvey committees.