Matt, tense work. Especially like the 5th panel. The script is really good. The dialogue flows really well. I read it in my head, gave emphasis where it's bold, paused for dramatic tension. Great script work.
marcuscoolius:Matt, tense work. Especially like the 5th panel. The script is really good. The dialogue flows really well. I read it in my head, gave emphasis where it's bold, paused for dramatic tension. Great script work.
@Eclipse Legend - I like the expressions and the lighting on this page. I'd have to read back a bit to figure out what's going on but the mood and the dialogue work well. Aside from some anatomy proportion issues with the arms in the first, third and fifth frames, the art is good and I like the variations in skin color.
Ha ha, it made me laugh when I noticed that the parents were smaller than the daughter. I tell you, the jumper saying "Dawn's Mom" was definitely needed, as it allowed me to actually get the joke in its entirety, without guessing.
The artstyle is pretty good as well. Simple backgrounds that bring the characters to focus, and fingerless hands due to what I'm guessing is an inability to draw hand properly, I do the exact same thing with the hands but I think you've done a much better job at pulling if off than me. Very nice, very good work!
Ha! Love it. That explains so many things. I assume the single-sock-stealing gnome is somewhere in there too. And the tile-tripping gnome. (You know . . . the guy that pushes up the floor tiles slightly to make you trip on what is otherwise a perfectly flat floor?) Might want to lighten the green of the sofa a tad since it blends in with the pants.
Anyway, Issue #8 of Fusion draws to a close this week (link in sig).
I like the cartooniness of the designs and the colors are really nice. Maybe I'd say try to get a little more construction into the characters cause they seem a little flat to me. I did enjoy the writing though. Seems very clever.
Zextillion- its always nice seeing this style of webcomic (I forgot the name). I would suggest cleaning up the scraggily lines a bit, it looks rather unpolished and can be difficult to tell exactly what I'm looking at, the persons face in panel 2.
Ok, I have no real issues with the artwork. The colors, expressions, character designs, all look good. I've never been a fan of oval-shaped speech bubbles though. I think they look a little awkward (no pun intended).
Sometimes the rough sketches of a strip are as interesting to look at as the main body of work. Something like this show off the latent talents of the artist, which normally would not be on display.
To be honest, I'm not at all familiar with the styles of other artists on display; so I'm looking more at pen work and line weights and I must say that I'm impressed.
"Anarcha Style" makes use of the fact and proves that a few well placed texture lines add depth to a picture.
I'm deeply confused by the title of the whole strip though "Super Chibi Girl". ちび (chibi) means "short person" which also can stray into the realm of SD; neither of those appear to be in the 63 strips... except Jeff nand he's not a girl.
Rollo, I'm sorry but I can't find your comic...at all. o.O I'll comment on it on this post as soon as you make it available. (Strange)
Sandbox Drama: Wake up I tried some new technics on this one :)
Edit: Hythlodeus, you might also ask why she coughs then? It's hard to explain, but I'll try. She's a personification of a leaf, and if you follow the story from the beginning a lot of the things make a lil more sense :) so please, come read it *luring innocent readers shamelessly*
@spitfire: outstanding colouring and the water effect is fantastic. although I'm a little confused how that character was able to speak without any mouth. (her nipples are also missing but she seems to be kinda alien, so who knows, maybe the nipples are somewhere else) :D