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Adapting a comic to be viewed on a mobile device

*Disclaimer: I am still researching how to do this, but haven’t uploaded a mobile-device ready comic yet.

 Paul Caggegi started comic called Homebased ( ) in 2017, and is slogging through the dream of many of us: making a relevant comic that gets to people where their at now.  Over the past year he has been putting his webcomic on Instagram, ,  and then slowly building a following. I’m posting this here because some of us are being pressed to get a webcomic out to the masses, but don’t know how to start. 

There are other tutorials on putting comics on Instagram, for example “getting more followers” that are very readable.

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Thank you for posting this Brien! Most of it is over my head, I am such a dinosaur:( But I believe this vision you have for taking Christian comics to mobile devices is a good one. I'm a little disappointed that Facebook isn't as effective, for my first step I moved all my 'The Edge of the Flock' pages to Facebook and put them in photo albums. I can understand it's still less convenient than more recent programs for cell phones and I pads, but maybe it's a good first step. It's certainly better than my clunky Yahoo website. I'll book mark this post of yours, and try to absorb as much as I can from the links. God bless you and all that you love Brien!

Thank you Gerard. I'm on a steep learning curve myself


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