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betternotlookme Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014
hmm i only red this chapter, but it seems interesting. if i have more time, i will continue to read it^^...
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TheSkull31 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Professional General Artist
Cool! :D
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aMisch Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013
Very unusual! Obviously it took much time to do such solid work.
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TheSkull31 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Professional General Artist
Indeed, it did. Took me about a month and-a-half to get this drawn.
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MorganWolfram Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013  Student Writer
Awesome!
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Melckia Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I just start to read it and the story seems interesting, but I must say that I have difficulties with the organisation of your pages and, like it's said before, the bubbles.
I don't speak english so good, so it's difficult for me to understand especially if I had to think,"hey, this bubble come before or after?".
However, I think you should try to work on your perspective, for giving depth in your background, and clean colors should help in the comprehension of your pages.

But I really think you have a great idea, keep working, and it should become a good piece to read!!:hug:

I hope I have been clear in my comment but like I said, I'm uselessness in english and Google trad is my great friend, so sorry if it isn't!!
^^;
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TheSkull31 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
You bring up a good point. A common complaint about my comic, especially after I started it up, is that the speech bubbles and the pattern seem slightly disorganized. People tell me all the time that I need to improve on that, and since putting speech bubbles and creating the flow of a comic seem to be the most challenging things to do when working on a comic, I will hopefully mature enough as an artist to improve upon that. With that said, I thank you for your feedback, and I'll do my very best to keep the comic moving forward. :)
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Melckia Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, I totally agree. A page must be clear for reading and cases are the most important part of it. If you find the way to organize your cases, to think about the image in details it will be in it, before drawing it, speech bubbles should be easy to put in it. (Easy is a big word, well, easier...^^)
Try to think about your actual comic like a storyboard. Maybe you should work again pages already done, and try to make it better. It's lot of work, I know, but you can learn a lot like this.

Do you already do a storyboard before starting your comic, or at least a final page?
I ask it because it's easy to think it's useless, I used to think like that, but now I start seriously working on a comic and a manga, I do realize it's really helpfull. 
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TheSkull31 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
Actually, I come up with a story and a storyboard from the top of my head, and I draw what comes to mind. (In other words, I plan about seven steps ahead.) In my mind, a debate goes on every time I start a page. One side of my brain tells me to draw it like this, and the other side tells me to draw it like that. Then, after some deliberation, my two sided mind comes to a consensus on how to draw the art. So, basically, what I'm trying to say is this: in order for me to get some stuff done, all I do is improvise, adapt, and overcome. Those are the three main things in which I live by.
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Melckia Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I used to work like this, but I realized you don't go far like this. And there is lot of chance you have some inconsistencies.
If you really want to continue in this way, you shuold try to work more conscientiously. But if it's just a hobby, do like you feel it better for you!
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