Lee V: Thank you for the kind words! I think that you are right about the text. I need to find something different, especially for the dialogue. I’m just scared to pick something “posery” like comic sans and then have people lynch me. Ha. My original method was drawing, then scanning, then coloring with Photoshop. I felt it got kind of stale and looked like everything else.
Gryphon: I’m so excited to see someone else using PowerPoint! (I hope to find others like us. Ha) I have a weird love for the program so hit me up if you want to talk shop. I think your comic is really well done and fits the writing well. Thanks for your comment!
Old Hickory: Screw You. Haha JK! You make some really good points. I am going to work with the background and overall feel of the art. I agree it does seem a bit like clip art in spots. When I made chapter 1 I was really trying to include the “feel” of PowerPoint but have since tried to make things more natural in chapter 2. So, hopefully you will like those pages better.
Say what you what about me or my work…just leave PowerPoint out of this…it’s an amazing program! Haha. I really appreciate your feedback.
Tylinn: Thanks for the inspiration and comments. I love the fact that you are sticking to a program you want to use. I always figure that no matter what, some people will like it, some will hate it. But, we are doing something that we love, in a way that we want to, and hopefully it will inspire others to do the same.
I'm doing an entire superhero graphic novel in PowerPoint. I've recently got some feedback from people saying the PowerPoint art does not work. I'm considering going back to my original drawing method. Let me know your thoughts. Suit Graphic Novel