Very good work, looks very professional - lot of detail going on and it all looks very cohesive, and the character designs on the two new characters are pretty striking. I should give this a more proper look through at some point, very high quality work all around here.
Pretty good stuff, I'll probably give this a more thorough look through later. The art's pretty good with a pretty immediate charm to it, the characters seem fun, and your site layout is pretty solid, very clean. Great work on the whole.
Art's good, though I do find the colors maybe a little on the muddy side; still solid on the whole though. Beyond that page is solid, though the text at the bottom could be more prominent. It took me a couple times looking it up over to even notice it was there to be honest.
In Wright as Rayne Alex takes a creative approach to learning the way around Dorothy's dad's place.
The page is structured pretty well, a lot fit into not really that much space, though a question I do have is what you're using to color / draw this. There are a lot of little bits of sort of flaking in the colors and the like and it can be kind of distracting, especially in the fifth panel. Probably should at the very least look into something like Paint.net, not really an ideal drawing program (though it's a very useful resource for a variety of related things with pages) but it's free and it has settings with its coloring that would help prevent issues of that sort.
In Wright as Rayne, we start up chapter 25 with an overhaul of our cover format.
It doesn't fit the whole sentient mech thing (though there are a couple of very prominent AI characters) but you could do a lot worse than Robotics;Notes. It's not going to blow your mind but it's a largely breezy sit and has a great cast. ... Though a fair warning is that a lot of the subplots in the first half don't really go anywhere.
Kay, I think we're going to use the first four responses we got, but thanks to everyone who chimed in on this. Don't feel disheartened if we're not getting to you this time, we might try another go of this at some point.
It drags in places and I wish it had more wrap-up, since it really just kind of slams to a halt at the end, but on the whole I very much enjoyed it. Really probably my biggest grievance is with the way...
Bow after not really doing anything but hanging around being unlikable for most of the season suddenly hijacks both Entrapta and Perfuma's subplots at the end because he needed a spot in the climax but they hadn't bothered to actually set anything up for him.
First off - yeah, sorry, wrong board initially, my bad.
I did this a few years ago kind of just for my own curiosity and wanted to revisit it, and thought this would be interesting to see how other people's results with it turn out. Art undoubtedly evolves. So why not show just how it's evolved incrementally with one specific character, alongside design changes and whatever else?
For my purposes I picked one shot a chapter (generally trying to skew early), along with a couple of others I thought were notable steps in the artistic evolution, but really you can just go for every so often or at particular milestones or whatever you feel like really. I might do this with other characters later since there are really no shortage or other interesting ones to pick from, but in the moment I went for Dorothy as the primary character.
Been wondering about trying something like this for awhile now, and decided would like to try doing it as filler for Wright as Rayne during its current between-chapters break, likely going up on Monday but potentially next Friday instead depending on if we get tied up with other things.
So to that end we're going to angle to draw four characters, with maybe more to come in the future if it goes well.
1. Zero Hour
I should note right offhand that we are keeping a right of refusal on this - we're looking for characters with interesting designs that kind of break out of the norm and give us something to work with, so we're not really too keen on just doing someone whose design doesn't really speak to us - pretty much meaning we're not really dying to just do, "Normal-looking guy wearing a T-shirt," or something. We're open to seeing what you've got but no promises we'll necessarily take it; it might not hurt to make multiple suggestions to give us some extra room to decide on it.
We'll be sure to include a link to your comic in the comments on the filler if we decide to use it, give something of a plug.
I think it's fine if something a fan says gives you a bolt of inspiration or lets you see something from a different perspective, but that should really only be a broad strokes thing and you definitely need to put your own spin on the specifics.
Pretty good stuff, think it's structured well, what's happening is very clear, and I like your expression work. If I have any grievances it's kind of hard to tell at a glance what exactly the second panel's supposed to be depicting, but that's not really a dealbreaker. Might need to give this comic a bit more thorough of a look through sometime.
In Wright as Rayne, chapter 24 ends with Alex confronting the people responsible for his life as Dorothy.
Pretty good, the page structure and dialogue flow pretty well, and art style has some eyecatching bits to it - I like the way her hair looks in particular, just kind of has a nice aesthetic to it. Good stuff.
Good stuff. It's framed well, the coloring and shading are done pretty well, and it's good at building a mood. If I have any objections I'd probably tone down the colors on the dialogue slightly, they're a bit too vibrant to where it's on the distracting side, but that's a pretty minor quibble. On the whole I'd say this is pretty solid.
In Wright as Rayne, Mr. Atlanta catches Sareena with the same move he won their last fight with.
Comic itself is solid - the lines are maybe a little jagged but the actual art quality is fine and it's structured pretty well for so early in, though I don't really know what's with the three panels the last one's divided into. Your site design though.... Verrrry much not a fan. The autoplaying music is pretty much immediately obnoxious on its own, and I also find the constantly typing tab text to be very distracting. Not a fan of the sidebars either. It really all just feels like way too much to where the actual comic itself stuck out to me much less than the site design did.