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Talk Show with Huck Perry

by Natty Time
by MidgetHero, GreenGuy56

Creative Commons Wednesday May 22, 2019

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Hi, and welcome! This is Natty Time, a talk show for all you Pixtoners out there.

I see your faces, no this still ain't a hoax. This is genuinely for those out there.

Last time we talked about what makes great comics with Georgy Girl.

Now it's time to get the Motivation to Do The Lot!

Please welcome our creative guest, Huck Perry!

Huck? Hey...

Sorry, Nat, just doing a bit of mind reading.... (nudge nudge, wink wink.)

Come on buddy, snap out of it...

So how does someone like you do it? You're making lovely comics on the fly, plenty within weeks. How do you do so many so fast?

Well... I often daydream. So once I get an idea in my head I either go to Pixton to do it or hold on to the idea until I have time.

I also make sure to do funny comics by trying to see if I laugh; if I do laugh... then others might laugh too.

In the last interview, Georgy mentioned to go with the flow. Do you believe that you'd continue making comics even when you believe no one is interested?

Of course, as long I enjoy making comics, I'm having fun, whatever they like the comic too or not.

Some people can get writer's block or to have accidentally misdirect their plot. You don't appear to suffer from this often, how do you get past the delay and just continue to work?

How? For some stories, I keep the plot by thinking about it; keeping parts of the story, and carefully fill in the missing parts

Tho, sometimes I might change a few old ideas to fit it better, I learned a tip: leave the work off for a while or longer, then come back to see if your ideas stay same.

And what kind of ideas really excite you the most?

Animals excite me the most, so I would do the comics of animals the quickest.

Really, it just depends on each idea and even if I forget it or not... I would need write them down.

What if while you were composing the idea or already published but remembered it was embarrassing or personal, what do you do?

If I was already making it, then I won't publish it. But if it was out to public, I will take it off if there's not much views or comments.

I don't remove if the comic has more than 3 views. I mostly remove them if I realized something right away.

Remove comics that lacks rating? But didn't you enjoy making that comic and want to show your fans?

So where would someone find or get their own ideas?

Plenty of places. Take a walk, daydream, watch a show... sooner or later you'll get an idea! Or at least parts of an idea.

So how do you know that the idea is yours or at least been inspired without it looking like it's ripping off another person's creativity?

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It's tough to say, sometimes you may think your idea is all original until you found another work that look almost like your idea. As long it's not exactly same, it's not ripping off.

Most ideas aren't original these days anyhow. So just check to be safe.

What if the idea you have is possible but you don't have the tools or props to compose it?

Either draw it out or note it down somewhere, so you can get back to it later when you have the right tools or props for it.

And finally, what words would you give someone when they believe their idea isn't great or used elsewhere?

Don't give up hope! Just do your best and keep going; if you must, you can change it up a bit and tada!

Well there you have it folks, hope that has brought you motivation. Huck Perry everyone.

You don't say?

Charm | Hype | Surprises | W | W | E | E | L | L | C | C | Natty Time | Natty Time | O | O | M | M | E | E | fun? | Guests | interviews Hi, and welcome! This is Natty Time, a talk show for all you Pixtoners out there. I see your faces, no this still ain't a hoax. This is genuinely for those out there. Last time we talked about what makes great comics with Georgy Girl. Now it's time to get the Motivation to Do The Lot! Please welcome our creative guest, Huck Perry! Huck? Hey... Sorry, Nat, just doing a bit of mind reading.... (nudge nudge, wink wink.) | Come on buddy, snap out of it... So how does someone like you do it? You're making lovely comics on the fly, plenty within weeks. How do you do so many so fast? Well... I often daydream. So once I get an idea in my head I either go to Pixton to do it or hold on to the idea until I have time. I also make sure to do funny comics by trying to see if I laugh; if I do laugh... then others might laugh too. In the last interview, Georgy mentioned to go with the flow. Do you believe that you'd continue making comics even when you believe no one is interested? Of course, as long I enjoy making comics, I'm having fun, whatever they like the comic too or not. Some people can get writer's block or to have accidentally misdirect their plot. You don't appear to suffer from this often, how do you get past the delay and just continue to work? How? For some stories, I keep the plot by thinking about it; keeping parts of the story, and carefully fill in the missing parts Tho, sometimes I might change a few old ideas to fit it better, I learned a tip: leave the work off for a while or longer, then come back to see if your ideas stay same. And what kind of ideas really excite you the most? Animals excite me the most, so I would do the comics of animals the quickest. Really, it just depends on each idea and even if I forget it or not... I would need write them down. What if while you were composing the idea or already published but remembered it was embarrassing or personal, what do you do? If I was already making it, then I won't publish it. But if it was out to public, I will take it off if there's not much views or comments. I don't remove if the comic has more than 3 views. I mostly remove them if I realized something right away. | Remove comics that lacks rating? But didn't you enjoy making that comic and want to show your fans? So where would someone find or get their own ideas? Plenty of places. Take a walk, daydream, watch a show... sooner or later you'll get an idea! Or at least parts of an idea. So how do you know that the idea is yours or at least been inspired without it looking like it's ripping off another person's creativity? d | It's tough to say, sometimes you may think your idea is all original until you found another work that look almost like your idea. As long it's not exactly same, it's not ripping off. Most ideas aren't original these days anyhow. So just check to be safe. What if the idea you have is possible but you don't have the tools or props to compose it? Either draw it out or note it down somewhere, so you can get back to it later when you have the right tools or props for it. And finally, what words would you give someone when they believe their idea isn't great or used elsewhere? Don't give up hope! Just do your best and keep going; if you must, you can change it up a bit and tada! Well there you have it folks, hope that has brought you motivation. Huck Perry everyone. You don't say?

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The Lego Eggo

The Lego Eggo 2 mos ago from United States

Nice series Midgethero well if it is ITS AWESOME!

Georgy Girl

Georgy Girl 3 mos ago from Canada

Pretty serious discussion, guys, a great help to comic makers everywhere. :)

GreenGuy56

GreenGuy56 3 mos ago from United States

^u^ thanks!

Minercraft

Minercraft 3 mos ago from United States

Great advice, Huck! I bet it's gonna help a lot for people. Good job, guys.

GreenGuy56

GreenGuy56 3 mos ago from United States

Thanks! :D

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