Regine L. Sawyer of Lockettdown Produstions
Regine Sawyer is a comic book writer, lecturer and entrepreneur. In an interview with DecayMag.com held on Wednesday the 11th of November 2015, Regine Sawyer shares her career experiences, insights and the future of her comic book entertainment company, Lockettdown Productions.
DecayMag.com: When and how did you get your start in the field of Creative Media?
DecayMag.com: What’s your opinion on “minorities” and female role/presence in the creative field?
DecayMag.com: Minorities are often portrayed in stereotype roles do you foresee a yourself changing that with you organization and movement?
DecayMag.com: You’ve explained your comic book plot briefly in our initial coverage. How did you come up with the concept? How did it develop from there?
DecayMag.com: What’s your preferred medium to distribute your media, are you distributing it digitally through your website or mostly in print?
DecayMag.com: Will going all digital be an option for you (comic book distribution)?
DecayMag.com: Since starting your company, what were the hurdles or what are hurdles you’re currently experiencing now?
DecayMag.com: How have you managed to balance your 9 to 5 with your project? Has scheduling clashed in any way?
DecayMag.com: What’s your advice for someone starting our or planning to start in the filed similar to what you’re in?
DecayMag.com: What’s in the forecast for your comic books and your business?
DecayMag.com: Can you touch base on the convention you had done earlier this year?
DecayMag.com: What’s your creative writing workflow, your preferred format and how do you present it to the artist?
DecayMag.com: Most writers find it difficult to find artist for their comics. How did you find the artist to fit your medium?
DecayMag.com: How long do it take to create one issue of your comic book?
DecayMag.com: Do you prefer issus by issue comics or Graphic Novel volumes for our comics?