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dpat57

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Worth thinking about, just in case it's helpy, but:

ALWAYS LINK THE SOURCE if known, and:

Treat all "Commandments" as rough rule-of-thumb suggestions that might or might not apply to your comic.

killersteak:Thou shalt not maketh in 3D

Words of wisdom!
Result in thread: Should I delete my mirrors?
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10th Jan 2018, 11:09 PM #8
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I know that feeling, but I say keep 'em going, discerning readers are out there, you just have to find 'em (or they have to find you). It could be something as simple as updating closer to when they're online and they discover the comic.
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10th Jan 2018, 4:34 AM #10
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Shiv the toughest guy in prison and take over his organization.
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7th Jan 2018, 9:17 PM #12
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7th Jan 2018, 7:21 PM #13
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Latest comic updates!

Space Pirates of the Black Quarter: Zadar arrives aboard the Worldship, Doodlebug arrives aboard Project Starfire.
Mars II: Raglan and Dutch surprise the mysterious stranger.
Starship Captain II: B'aala brings the prisoners aboard.
Captain Gold and the Robotrons: O.R.E. pushes its attack on the lighthouse, Captain Copper prepares her exit.
You Call That A Stick Figure Comic?: Buns of Steel: Look Out Below. The news team encounters an unexpected hazard.
Crowbar: A Sci-Fi Adventure: The Watcher springs a clever trap.
Forest Reckoning: Mauser uses his inbuilt tools.
Sword Princess Yukisaki II: Yuki encounters The General.

Select any of the above, or click on the image to visit my webcomics hub (offsite):

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I'm pretty sure it was these guys,

Image: http://mywebcomics.org/temp/Thunderbirds-Tracey-brothers.jpg


and other characters created by Gerry Anderson and his team.
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1st Jan 2018, 2:49 PM #17
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When I use panels, I work with a basic page with equal panel sizes. When I want variety I just slide the vertical spacing between the panels to the left or to the right:

Image: http://mywebcomics.org/temp/panels-regular-thumb.jpg
Image: http://mywebcomics.org/temp/panels-irregular-thumb.jpg


Easy instructions:

[spoiler]just highlight the area around the panel space,

Image: http://mywebcomics.org/temp/highlight-area-small.jpg


then hit Ctrl-C to copy to clipboard,

Image: http://mywebcomics.org/temp/copy-area-small.jpg


then hit Ctrl-V to paste, and slide the copied area around so the panel sizes suit you, keeping the horizontal panel lines level with each other,

Image: http://mywebcomics.org/temp/paste-area-small.jpg


Making big boom action panels is just as simple, resize panels by highlighting them and dragging them around so they're bigger or smaller. Shrink surrounding panels back, then expand the big boom panel to fill the space.

That's done in Paint.NET but it probably works with anything.[/spoiler]
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