Ch1 pg8

February 20th, 2009, 2:50 pm

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Yubria, February 21st, 2009, 5:11 pm     Reply


it's one step short of a miracle that KoP updated today... seems how i had to completely start over w/the page on Thurs... in other news- i can't wait to give Reanin a haircut, change his uniform, and put a covering over all those stupid little arrows in Iavar's quiver. fortunately, there are only four more pages until my favorite character shows up!! :D :D random fact: while doing this page, i learned that Reanin likes gesturing with his hands while he talks.
thank you, Theorah, i appreciate your comment. i liked his pose too, but i'm afraid it doesn't fit what he's saying.

sorry for the messy coloring, once again. i'm going to try a different coloring style next time that will hopefully look better. aaaaaaaaaand i'm gonna go, b/c the more i stare at the screen, the more i realize how much i shoulda fixed before i posted this.

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Theorah, February 22nd, 2009, 11:31 am     Reply


The page looks great to me :)
Its nice that you are developing characters to the point of thinking about how they think and act, body language is such an important part of a character, its good to know you also think about how a character moves when they talk, awesome stuff! :) It works as well, I do get a real different vibe from each character ^_^ I prefer Iavar to reanin, but I think if I knew them in real life it would be the other way around :P

AlpineBob (Guest), July 14th, 2011, 4:09 am     Reply

talking
Man, I' gonna take forever to read this if I stop to comment on each page. But I just wanted to note that I found this page a little harder to read than previous ones, and I'm sure it is simply that the font you use is a lot harder to read when it gets small
(I took the time to back-space a page and see that the font there is the same, but larger).
That is why print comics typically use a very simple font. It makes even more sense in web-comics, as pixilation can cause it to be even harder to read for some monitors.

Also, I think using oval balloons is traditional, but if your blocks of text are rectangular, you might as well make balloons that are squarish too - the extra white space around the text is not especially attractive.

So, I'm hoping that in the two and a half years since you posted this page you haven't written a lot of dialogue, just for the sake of my eyes!

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