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Result in thread: Comic Covers?
29th Dec 2015, 8:03 PM #1
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
I've done two chapter covers. One was just a digital painting I did as brainstorming for a sci-fi-ish strip I wanted to do. I painted a guy floating in space and it helped set the scene for the first comic (in fact I really just cropped the cover image and rotated it and thus Crowded Void was born. Chapter 2 was an establishing shot that continued the story from chapter 1, but also gave an establishing shot of the setting of the chapter (inside the belly of the massive space worm). That one was actually drawn out on paper a dozen times until I got it right and then painted into Photoshop).
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9th Sep 2015, 4:17 PM #2
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
Great line work! The lines are nice and crisp and have a good variety to them. Is the lettering hand-drawn? I also like the facial expressions. Great job!

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On today's Crowded Void, things start back up with Henry and Helam reminiscing about their companion who was lost.

Crowded Void Ch. 2, p. 59
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Result in thread: Crowded Void has returned!
9th Sep 2015, 4:13 PM #3
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
After a long 6 months of me getting the crap beat out of me by "full time" school on top of a full-time job, Crowded Void is back! The plan for now is weekly updates since I'm still swamped, but I've got somewhat of a buffer built up again. Check it out if you haven't! Just click the banner down below!
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11th Mar 2015, 7:19 AM #4
theoriginalmoser

Posts: 171
Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
Your comic is well drawn. The linework is shap nd the colors look good. The fireflies...light specks whatever they were got a little distracting in some of the panels but that's just a personal thing. The shading is really good, tough everything seems really glossy and shiny (the trees seem more reflective than trees really are).

Other than that, great job. Keep up the work.

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Once again, I've been too busy to share on here and when I do, I can't access the previous comic's strip from my work computer. Regardless, here's the latest Crowded Void. In it, the stranger pursuing Vincent reveals a little secret. (This is the first one I've worked on with my J3500...[think ghetto cintiq companion]. Linework is hand-inked while the shading was done on the tablet).

Crowded Void Ch. 2, P. 58
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19th Feb 2015, 8:40 AM #5
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
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Took me a second to get the Right to Left reading. Very nicely done. The setting is well drawn (I think the bookshelf looks great). One suggestion I'll give, because I've been working on it myself, is to try and keep a consistent margin between your text and your word bubbles. It makes it look more professional.

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As for this Tuesday's Crowded Void, a showdown begins. Crowded Void 2-52
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31st Jan 2015, 10:01 AM #6
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
I've found myself using twitter more and more lately. I've added some of y'all.

I'm @cvcomic
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31st Jan 2015, 7:57 AM #7
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
I like the style and the lettering itself looks good. I'd try and maintain a more consistent margin around your text in each word balloon. It gets a little close to the edge on like, panel 2 and such. (Something I myself have been working on lately). The ink is nice and crisp. Great job. Keep it up.

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On today's Crowded Void, Mainly a continuation of our stranger's hunt for Vincent.

Crowded Void Ch. 2, p 49
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27th Jan 2015, 11:35 PM #8
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
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Great looking page. The colors are vibrant and the action is good. The poses are very dynamic. Excellent job. Keep it up. I like your coloring job too. You've definitely gotten the comic coloring thing down better than me.

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I haven't posted on here in a few strips but in today's MANDI and our mysterious stranger start looking for Vincent.

Crowded Void Ch. 2, p. 48
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Result in thread: Crowded Void has returned!
27th Jan 2015, 8:09 PM #9
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
So, I'm waiting for one of the "Comment on the previous one/tell us about your latest" thread to have a comic that I can access from work so I can comment on it and tell you about my latest...

In the meantime, go check out the latest Crowded Void!

The latest Crowded Void!
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27th Jan 2015, 5:38 PM #10
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
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I have a lot of travel in my comic but a lot of it I just skip unless there's something interesting I can put in to drive the plot or a joke I want to tell.
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Result in thread: Kickstarter Experience
"Kickstarter Experience", 19th Jan 2015, 9:32 PM #11
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
Not sure if this is the write forum to ask this, but I was wondering if anyone has any experience running kickstarters for their comic. I've seen webcomic campaigns to help fund the print run of their books but was curious if anyone has done any campaigns to simply generate publicity and interest in their strip. Basically I have a rough outline\breakdown of a campaign I want to do to build interest in my comic for promotional purposes. My idea is to create a relatively low funding goal to pay for merchandise that will serve to promote the comic (bumper stickers, t-shirts, and something I'm deeming "Founders Marks" for now) and leave a little for the 5% Kickstarter fee, shipping, and leaving some left over to have an advertising fund, web hosting, and maybe even go into savings for the Vol 1 of Crowded Void, which I hope to have put together by the end of the year.

Does this seem feasable? Backers get special perks that ID them as early supporters, but nothing too risky or extreme at this point.

Thoughts? Questions?
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11th Jan 2015, 6:53 AM #12
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
Great job with the background. It is detailed and sharp without being a distraction. Great job. Keep it up!

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On this past Friday's Crowded Void, the plot thickens....

Crowded Void Ch. 2 p. 43
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3rd Jan 2015, 5:03 PM #13
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
I think my biggest influence is Schlock Mercenary. His comic is the one ive read the longest. His witty space opera has a fun story and is extremely well written. On top of that he is consistent laughs.

Other influences? Maybe Real Life Comics by Greg Dean.
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3rd Jan 2015, 8:42 AM #14
theoriginalmoser

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Nice. The scenes are well composed and the rough look of it gives it its own style. The poses are good too. Well done.

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I really need to figure out why ComicFury runs so slowly on my home network. Makes me reluctant to post on here. Anyways, the last few Crowded Void strips have been a history of the Great Worm. Today, Vincent learns the truth he's been searching for.

Crowded Void Ch 2. P 41
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26th Dec 2014, 6:15 AM #15
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
Wow...that's an ornery old man. Nicely drawn though. You have a nicely defined look to your characters. Great job.

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A bit late, but Tuesday's Crowded Void is up. It might be Friday's by the time someone sees this so either way, more back and forth between High Sigmoid B'Tran and Vincent.

Crowded Void Ch. 2, p. 38 (or 39...depending on what time someone is responding to this).

Merged Doublepost:

Crap...I leapfrogged someone. I'll do this one too then. Looks great. The lighting is well done on the main panel and the one with the glowy green magicness. I think the text bubbles in the main panel have tails longer than needed, but that could just be me.

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As before, Back and Forth between Vincent and the High Sigmoid.

Ch. 2, p 38 or 39
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20th Dec 2014, 4:36 PM #16
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
I like the look of your comic. The characters look great and I love the way the colors look. Great job. Keep it up.

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Friday's Crowded Void sheds some light on some worm-history.

Crowded Void: Ch 2, p 37
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18th Dec 2014, 7:21 AM #17
theoriginalmoser

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Location: USA
Dang, got leap-frogged. Not surprising since ComicFury is dragging for me lately. Oh well. I'll do Autumn Bay's now. The monster...zombie...thing at the end looks really good. I like the way you led into the monster...zombie...thing's reveal at the end. Well done.

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On this past Tuesday's Crowded Void, High Sigmoid B'Tran tests Vincent's knowledge of the worm.

Crowded Void Ch. 2, p 36
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18th Dec 2014, 6:24 AM #18
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
Your comic is simple but well done. The bird has an appealing look to it and it is good exposition. Great job!

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On this past Tuesday's Crowded Void, High Sigmoid B'Tran tests Vincent's knowledge of the worm.

Crowded Void Ch. 2, p 36
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13th Dec 2014, 4:52 AM #19
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
Great job once again. I've always enjoyed your use of color and the way you do your highlights and shadows. I don't follow the comic enough to know what is going on story wise, but the art is well done. It could be the outfit, when he's walking down the platforms there in the middle panels, his proportions look a little off (extremely long torso). Could just be me...could be stylistic. All in all, keep up the good work.

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On this week's Crowded Void, some more experimentation with the art style (Still no color yet, sorry!). Story wise, "He who hath need to hear, let him hear...."

Crowded Void Ch. 2, p. 35
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10th Dec 2014, 9:07 AM #20
theoriginalmoser

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Registration date: 28th Jun 2013
Location: USA
I like the anthropomorphised versions of the nintendo. Not familiar with the actual history of the two consoles but i found it very informative if it were real. Great job. Keep up the good work.

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On today's Crowded Void, after being pricked by the strange artifact, Vincent finally learns where he landed after falling from the skiff.

Crowded Void, Ch. 2, p 34
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