girldirtbiker review- Gladimus pt.1


August 10th, 2009, 9:52 am



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  girldirtbiker, August 10th, 2009, 9:52 am


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woah, bit squished!

posted by peachbite on August 10th, 2009, 9:57 am



 

reminds me of the comics I made when I was 12!
I agree the pages are crowded, although I think a more helpful critisism compared to 'use bigger panels' would be good for the artist (so I hope you read what I say, artist of this comic! XD)
use panels as a way to emphasize a moment in the story and help suggest the feelings/pacing in the story ie. use big spacious panels when you want the audience to really pay attention to a moment. Use lots of small panels next to each other (like drawn on this page) to make the story move suddenly quicker, or slower if you have lots of similar images in each small panel. Or if you have a character who is feeling isolated, use a small isolating panel, or a big open panel when a character is happy.

posted by Theorah on August 10th, 2009, 6:12 pm



 

Haha, I know that already, I WAS 12 when I made this comic, now I'm 19 and I know better. I stay strictly to 6-8 frames per page now, maybe sometimes less or more depending on the situation happening. I can't wait to get the rest of this posted, because by the time I get my most recently made page up people would be totally thrown off by the difference. XD
I was mainly asking for a review on the storyline and characters more than the appearance, since I plan to remake the manga entirely when I feel confident enough. <3

posted by BaldDumboRat on August 10th, 2009, 6:19 pm



 

I think you people need to read the authors comments to each of the comics, you might find out that she is very well aware of the issues. I mean look at her other comics she has produced. This comic is 7 years old after all so i think by this point she knows what needs to be fixed.

posted by Malakite on August 10th, 2009, 6:21 pm



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