Making Comics Gutter Talk Episode 3 (Inspiration w/ Patrick Yurick)

Adam sits down with Patrick Yurick to discuss what to do when comic inspiration strikes.

In this episode, Adam and Patrick discuss what steps one needs to take when they have their idea for a comic or graphic novel and aren’t quite sure where to go from there. Do I find someone to draw it for me or help? Do I do it all myself?

Patrick also discusses networking and drops some heavy philosophy: “The way into an impenetrable fortress of people is usually through a very small trap door.”



The Head Comic:


Garfield Minus Garfield:

Zen Pencils:

Intro & Outro Song:

“RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod (  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Outro Song Behind Vocals:

“Backed Vibes (clean)” Kevin MacLeod (  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0


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5 Responses to “Making Comics Gutter Talk Episode 3 (Inspiration w/ Patrick Yurick)”

  1. Beni9n

    Podcasts are great. I can listen to the good things you guys have to say and I can draw at the same time. Very wonderful! Thanks for your time. A site like this is nowhere else.

    • Adam

      Beni9n, thank you very much! I’m glad you’re enjoying not just the podcasts but the site as well.

      Keep listening! And drawing!! Just tonight I was in the process of setting up several interviews for upcoming podcasts and, well, if I had to choose a word I’d probably choose giddy.

  2. Amy V.

    I love listening to the podcast while I draw too! Helps keep me motivated. Lovin’ reading the articles too!

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