I decided to go with D, and I just launched into it. I'm hoping folks can tell me if things are pulling focus and interest. I"m worried there's too much texture in the tree, perhaps, and I need to do something a bit more substantial to the path he's standing on...
@aprilshin I decided to change the boy's facial expression a bit, and have him looking upward with a "sorta" grin... I think that was stronger than the "I'm lonely" vibe I think I was going for... Does that make things a bit clearer? Or at least less complicated?
I am working on a short comic. I was challenged earlier this year to make a one page comic, because I was always talking about it. I made the one page and was hooked. I've written (still editing) two stories to make into comics, but am taking the advice from the pros, to make a few short ones, increasingly longer and work up to the long form so I know for sure that I really want to do this. With a full time day job it is going painfully slow, but I am on page 3 of rough sketches and am having a blast. I'm following Nathan Hale's lesson on how to make a graphic novel. Great lesson BTW. This is my rough of page 1.
@davidg These are super fun! You have some clever ideas behind a lot of these. The style and tone remind me of classic editorial comics, which are difficult to do. You have to "say" so much visually, in just a single panel. Keep up the good work!
@von_nimmermehr hi. I’ve been trying to learn how to make good coloring pages lately and I think yours is perfect. The details are the right size to be enjoyable to color but not so small they would be tedious. The lines have a nice variety and flow well. And the scene is a peaceful world to enter as someone colors it.
Here is the final art. thanks for the feedback. I liked the moon off centre a lot better. Thanks @Neha-Rawat
I fiddle a bit with the snow. I hope it looks more convincing as snow. I will let it sit over the weekend. Maybe sending out the card sometime next week. let me know if you have any more comments.
Hello, I’d love some feedback on if these teddies look like they’re right? Please feel free to sketch over with any corrections. I think the last couple of legs maybe slightly too long.
I studied fine art and painted lots of florals so this a new challenge for me. I’m loving SVS learn, it’s so helpful! Thank you for any feedback.