Sep 23, 2019
Creating your intellectual property is just the first step. How do we protect our ideas from being stolen? This week we speak to successful comic artist Eva about going viral in Vietnam and how her community came rallying around her, after an overseas magazine published her illustrations without her permission. She shared about her journey to get her comics books published and offer insights on how content creators can engage their community and make a living from their intellectual property.
Evangeline Neo has been drawing webcomics since 2007 about everyday life, yoga and cultural differences between Singapore and Japan. Her latest book "A Manga Lover's Tokyo Travel Guide" is released worldwide in 2019 with Tuttle, a publisher renowned for Asian inspired books.
Official Website: http://www.evacomics.com/
Amazon author page: https://www.amazon.com/Evangeline-Neo/e/B01LB70Y56
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