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13th Jun 2017, 5:02 PM #1
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I'm another happy Paint.NET user, I did a little how-to thing a while ago with step-by-step pics, e.g.

Image: http://mywebcomics.org/text-balloons/shot02.jpg
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13th Jun 2017, 2:42 PM #2
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I checked 'em all just for fun, the Bruno Harm site is the only one that displays a comic strip right off the bat, maybe that's something to consider. Give visitors readable content right away so they don't click out again.

My comics hub is here (same link as clickable signature graphic) and my writing site is here.
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13th Jun 2017, 6:51 AM #3
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Is that how it always looks, with its head and presumably its ears squeezed into an ink bottle? There's no pic without the ink bottle?
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6th Jun 2017, 8:09 AM #4
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I'm another don't like music or TV or any noise = too distracting, person. Quiet house is just lovely. Same when I scribble prose.
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3rd Jun 2017, 8:01 PM #5
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If for example you went to page 9 and right-clicked on the image and selected Copy Image Location, you would have the image URL, which you can paste into a post and add img tags to, e.g.

[img]http://dndcampaigncomic.thecomicseries.com/images/comics/136/36967a1496488323f1343694349.jpg[/img]

You can also add your comic URL to your signature so everyone can find it easily, select My Updates, then Change your profile, and add the url into the Signature field, e.g.

[url=http://dndcampaigncomic.thecomicseries.com]DND Campaign Comic[/url]

Which gives you this:

DND Campaign Comic
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3rd Jun 2017, 5:10 AM #6
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Good advice so far, I know you're only asking for title feedback, but what I'd maybe think about changing is the background, those circuit board (?) shapes are cool but what the cover doesn't tell strangers is what the comic is about. I'd maybe have (just for example's sake) exotic jungle with a T-Rex and a pterodactyl in the background instead -- something that says "time travel". Just a thought.
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1st Jun 2017, 12:21 PM #7
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I did it for a reason, I've got more than one comic and I wanted somewhere to show them all together in the one place. If I had 1 comic I don't think I'd be looking for a separate website. Though I'd probably do that thing with linking a domain to Comic Fury.
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31st May 2017, 9:43 AM #10
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Best? I dunno, I'd like to think something of the fun I get making 'em comes across in the stories.

Worst? Gotta be the art, lol. Not every reader, or should I say very few readers, appreciates my clunky 3D art style.
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29th May 2017, 8:11 AM #11
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Mostly, I scribble the story in a synopsis type format, not a script, which makes it flexible. I can throw in notes, reminders, tie up plants & payoffs, add snippets of catchy dialogue, etc. to help things along Nothing's set in concrete, if I think of something better/smarter as I go through the synopsis I can still tweak things, but keep it coherent.

Other times I've written a script and followed this remorselessly. I'm not completely sure, but this could be slightly less fun than the other way.
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29th May 2017, 4:55 AM #12
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28th May 2017, 5:34 AM #13
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perezer2002:What is the best 3d paint programs? I saw some 3d comics on CF and I want to know what program the creators use? I try Microsoft Paint 3d and it is awful. I know it's free, so I guess that is why it's bad,

Which 3D comics did you see?

I never realized there were 3D paint programs. They look kinda primitive and awkward to use, going by demos I looked at.

I use SketchUp to make 3D models, I take .jpg snapshots and use these to make comic panels. The SketchUp site has loads of tutorial videos to help you learn. It's an architectural design tool but people are made up of geometry, too.
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24th May 2017, 5:56 AM #14
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Aron Mason:[img][img]http://talesfromswipecity.thecomicseries.com/comics/10/[/img][/img]

You gotta go to your comic, right-click on the comic page image, select copy image location, and paste this URL between the img tags, e.g.

[img]http://talesfromswipecity.thecomicseries.com/images/comics/135/f94e9c1487a2a758b653069e14de61291415707869.jpg[/img]

^^^ That's the .jpg URL not the comic URL.

Optionally, put the image inside your comic's URL so the image becomes clickable, e.g.

[url=http://talesfromswipecity.thecomicseries.com/][img]http://talesfromswipecity.thecomicseries.com/images/comics/135/f94e9c1487a2a758b653069e14de61291415707869.jpg[/img][/url]
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24th May 2017, 5:47 AM #15
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I got something like this, http://www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/external-hard-drive-adapter (sorry, just realized that's a UK site link, it's just for example)

I removed the old drive from my previous laptop, plugged the cable into it, then the other end into a USB port on my new laptop, and it saw the old drive as an external USB drive.

You can get casings too so the bare naked drive is protected, but this was a one-shot operation, I recovered/copied all files on the old drive in one go, never needed to look at it again.

I don't like the sound of your boot drive sector being corrupted, though.
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23rd May 2017, 7:20 PM #16
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/Intrudes boldly into conversation without being invited

Red Jack:The first three x men films are now redundant since Days of Future Past used time travel to undo it all.

Nod nod, ditto the new Trek movies, completely wiping out The Original Series and half a dozen movies.

Time travel is dangerous! We have to stop using it.
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23rd May 2017, 5:15 PM #17
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22nd May 2017, 8:08 AM #18
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I'm offended by the prices, I'd like to have those.

@ model owners, do they come with interchangeable vests? That looks like what they're wearing in the pics. As if you can make a "male" figure into a "female" figure just by adding a boob vest.

And do those little shoes come off, to reveal the toes on the feet?
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22nd May 2017, 6:20 AM #19
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Minimal effort and complexity suggestion... though I'm not sure if it will work.

I'd try editing their upload dates so they precede the actual comic. And add 1 extra page right at the front saying the next 25 pages are extra pages, if you want to start reading from page 1 of the actual comic then click here.

Edit: huh, it did work, I edited the upload date on a comic page to before the date the original first page got uploaded, and it's now the first page.
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20th May 2017, 8:38 PM #20
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Leafa:2000 AD is a professional mass produced comic though - things from independant creators normally means paying a little more.

Well yeah, but that's the UK competition, competing for my pocket money! I dare say if I attended a comic con I'd take extra dosh in my wallet for anything that caught my eye at the tables.
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