@alexw@ksfabian@Larue@makekong@Robyn-Hepburn@tom-barrett thank you all so much for your input and supportive comments! You all are fantastic! I couldnt have made this so cool without you! With your help my slowvember-master study-htfya submission experience has been a huge success (first actually successful art challenge lol)
Heres what i ended up with
See you guys next time! I look forward to seeing your projects!
@R-Fey-Realme Thank you! That sounds great! I had planned to type it up (on an old typewriter) then cut it out untidily and stick it in, but forgot to do that earlier on in the process. But your idea sounds way better anyway! 😄
@makekong I just uploaded the updated version of the book with the contrast filter removed. 🙂 I'm not sure if Amazon sent it out yet, but feel free to let me know if Amazon gives you any notification alert on that.
I also updated the review request page. Looks like it was confusing some people when I put it in the middle. So I put it at the end instead. 🙂
@Geoffrey-Mégardon totally understand, just as fyi, dreamhost is currently charging 3 usd a month for the first year and the domain is around 14 usd. I use it because it allows you to have multiple websites hosted so Im currently hosting 4 for that price. The toocheke template is free for the basic functionality
all this info comes from the cool guys at comiclab podcast
But yeah the wix works and offers the perks you need now. You can even add gumroad links to sell any digital stuff without having to pay the wix marketplace fee
@allysa telling this story in only 4 frames is no small task, and I think you are doing loads right. Your main character looks very consistent to me, and also very recognisable. But if you want a tip, it is a good idea to come up with a "formula" for the character. A series of basic shapes that you can refer back to. This was the technique I used for a graphic novel I did, and it helped keep the characters consistent. The only other advice I can give for compositions is to do LOADS of thumbnails. I love rendering too, but I spend about 80% of my time on the sketching/idea phase. It actually saves me time in the long run. I like the vibe you've got going in your images, so I'm looking forward to seeing how you're going to problem solve this one! Quick thought... Is it possible to do inserts/cutaways within a given frame, to help cram more info/narrative into the illustration? Or do you want to stick to one big illustration per frame?
@Kristen-Lango Oh thank you so much for your kind words and comment!😍 I haven't shown this video to anyone (yet), but it would be really great if some art director or agency would be interested in it or my work through it! 🙂
It looks amazing. May be one of them is the mother and as there are dishes in the background so maybe she’s wearing an apron and has a bit long hair on her. Adding props to the zombies can make them unique i guess
Hi! I am going to be basing a book on these couple of ninjas. I am going to be adding it to my series of books based on the bushido code for samurai. honesty or integrity is the next book coming up and I need ideas. What do you guys think? !!Charactersheet.jpg