I wish I could have lucid dreams.
Almost every time I realize I'm dreaming, I automatically wake up.
And on the off chance I don't wake up, I still can't control the dream.
The closest I've gotten to lucid dreaming was this one time: I was walking through
an anime convention center and felt left out because I wasn't cosplaying.
Then a cosplay outfit materialized on me and I'm like, 'Oh, I'm dreaming. Cool. Whatever.'
I've always loved drawing, but I remember that I was 11 when I first decided to draw manga-style.
I owe my thanks to Pokémon and some manga-style drawing I found on the school whiteboard for inspiration.
I always find that the best way to break a writer's block is to walk away from your script and relax for a while. Taking a walk outside, watching TV, playing video games, reading, indulging in other hobbies, anything works as long as it takes your mind off it.
When your mind feels refreshed, you can go back and edit your story with new eyes.
Works for me every time. :)
First off, I really like your art. It's colorful, bright, stylistic, and kind of reminds me of that show 'Class of 3000'.
The story is just starting to pick up, and it sounds intriguing. So there are these guys called 'Music Masters' that gain superpowers depending on what song they listen to?
It's really original, and I want to hear more about this!
The paneling, font, lining, and all the technical details are fine. I didn't see anything jarring; it all flows very smoothly.
There is one downside to your comic, though, and that's some of the characters.
I like Michael, but so far, all the other main characters have just been yelling at him. I think they should give him a break now and then.
Good luck with 'Music Masters', I'm glad I read it!
I hope you like my comic, too. It's just below this.
(Keep in mind it's just over 100 pages right now.)
One thing that really grates my cheese is when I see Facebook pictures that pretty much say, 'If you don't like this photo, then you're a bad person.'
It's guilt-tripping and Like-begging at its worst and it makes me mad that these people demonize me for not feeling like pressing one button.
Disney's getting quite an entertainment monopoly, isn't it?
First Marvel... then Lucasfilms...
Soon it will take over ALL media companies and then THE WORLD!!!
(I'm not sure if a Disney-ruled utopian future would be awesome or horrifying. Maybe both.)
I feel that all characters embody some part of the author.
So far my largest example is Old Warren and Lillian.
I think that Lillian reflects how I seem on the outside; she looks normal but is pretty awkward and nervous about what others think of her. She also shares my eye for detail.
And Old Warren reflects how I am on the inside, even MORE socially awkward but very kind with a love for story-telling.