SCBWI Oklahoma September Twitter Chat Guest – Rubin Pingk
As the Social Network Planner for the SCBWI Oklahoma Area, I host a regular monthly Twitter Chat for our members (and anybody else who had actually like to take part) where we talk for an hour with somebody from the kids’s publishing world, be it representative, editor, author, illustrator, and so on. The discussions are constantly vibrant and informing.
We fulfill from 7-8pm CST utilizing the hashtag #okscbwichat If you have actually ever wondered about a Twitter Chat, stop on by! We enjoy fulfilling brand-new individuals.
This month’s chat session was Tuesday, September 22nd
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It was a satisfaction talking with author and illustrator Rubin Pingk today throughout our most current Twitter chat.
Rubin provided us a great deal of important details and shared insights into his illustration and composing practices and discussed how he utilized Instagram to produce a webtoon therefore a lot more.
Here’s an intro to Rubin:
September 22nd — Rubin Pingk– Author/Illustrator
Ruben Pingk is an author and illustrator living the village life in Clinton, Utah, with his spouse, 2 rowdy kids, a peckish pug, and a computing feline. A few of his books consist of SAMURAI SANTA and LITTLE THOR GETS MAD. He’s the developer of the webtoon A Young boy and His Ghost and he moderates the Twitter chat #kidlitart.
Find Out More about Rubin by visiting his Facebook page:
His Twitter deal with is @RubinPingk
We had an incredible discussion with Rubin. He talked at length about graphic books and how to consider the quantity of discussion you’re composing, specifically when attempting to pack a lot onto one page. And when comparing photo books to graphic books, among the benefits a graphic book has more than a photo book is that there is no limitation on page number, which permits more liberty of expression.
He likewise discussed how he utilized the format of Instagram– which permits you to publish as much as 10 squares per post– to prepare his webtoon and how he challenged himself to comply with this format and inform a chapter in 10 squares of consecutive art/story. What a wonderful method to utilize this medium and promote your WIP at the very same time, right?
Such a remarkable discussion! I constantly find out a lot from these chats. I hope you do, too.
*** Intrigued in the rest of our discussion with Rubin?
View the complete chat wrap-up HER E
You can check out the wrap-ups for all of our chats, from this year and from those in years past, HERE