This giant tutorial contains everything I know about doing academic, anecdotal and personal research for application in comics. I graduated with a science degree from UCB, and honestly one of the most useful day-to-day info I got out of that experience was learning how to find informatio and learn on my own. With this tutorial you'll be able to do the same for yourself too :]
Paired with it is also a 11-paged, challenge-packed support worksheet to hone and challenge your critical thinking skills when it comes to researching for your own work :0
As you might be aware, I have a Patreon~ We recently broke into the monthly tutorial reward, and there are now three available, with more being added every month :]
$5 level grants access to the tutorial and a ton of bonus content
$10 level gives access to a monthly worksheet covering the material in the tutorial and ways to integrate the methods into your own work
And there's also a new tier for 1:1 tutoring for anyone who wants to get their worked checked and commented on, and have any other questions answered
A lower resolution version of the full tutorial will also be posted here on dA after a 6-month delay! But I figured I'd show the preview here for now in case since a few people wanted to be notified once these were ready. There will be a new tutorial next month too~ yayy
In the meantime, my other public tutorials continue to be available here on dA
you are so so awesome
Had to comment just because of Grand Prismatic Spring. I live in Wyoming and last year I went to Yellowstone and saw it! It was cool, but unfortunately I didn't get to see it from high up, where it's at its best glory. For the longest time I didn't know its actual name. I remembered seeing it on TV but didn't remember what it was called, I called it the rainbow lake lol. Good thing they had things in Yellowstone that told me what its real name was.
Thanks for putting tis up. I can't pay for the tutorials, but I appreciate the basic info.