If you want a comic book type feel, Ka-blam is great! I love the way their printing turns out. Plus my comiccon is a unusual size at 8.5X11 and they are set up to be able to print that. I have used Lulu before and found it was very expensive if you are interested in color. Hope this helps.
hi, our artistic duo would like self-publishing but we do not know which site is better between Lulu, You can print, Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) and CreateSpace. We have always found contrasting opinions on the web. Can you give a suggestion?
I can give plenty of suggestions. I've used all three numerous times.
In terms of retail, Amazon and Createspace have a much higher sell through ratio than Lulu. But all you have to do is get your lulu books listed on Amazon by buying a "Proof copy", which is what it costs to expand distribution from just Lulu to Lulu, and Amazon stores.
Just note me if you have any questions about self-publishing you'd like to ask me, like anything specific about the printing or publishing process. I've self-published dozens and dozens of books since 2012 at least.
Honestly, I was hoping and expecting to get a larger volume of responses than this. I'm surprised not more people on DevArt aren't self-publishing.
I mean plenty of the artwork published on DevArt is good enough to be print or ebook published. It's not THAT hard to do (ebooks, self-published print books), is it? I know WXY Zell, Raynart, and LeSean Thomas got into self-publishing, but that's about all I can think of.