Comic Talk, Tips and Tricks

A Newb to Webcomics
jahn178 at 8:13AM, Aug. 22, 2008
posts: 22
joined: 8-21-2008
here is a link for my new webcomic:

If any one has any pointers, comments, criticisms, positive or negative feedback let me know. I would really like to get a strong readership. Thank you.
last edited on July 14, 2011 1:06PM
RuseBolton at 6:36PM, Sept. 2, 2008
posts: 67
joined: 8-28-2008
Yeah, i will have a look when i can get away from my dreded job,

-Just a note though-This is not the area for this type of post, i would recomend “Hey look what i did” or “Comic Review” it is their purpose after all.

last edited on July 14, 2011 3:12PM
warefish at 4:04AM, Sept. 3, 2008
posts: 570
joined: 5-25-2007
My advice that I give to everyone (despite the fact that I'm still pretty new to this myself) is to keep doing what you're doing and eventually you will find an art style that works and and an art style that will continue to improve over time. As for gags, stories, dialogue and all that jazz… just socialise. Being with your friends and talking to others will very often spark an idea into your head. It's either that or watch the news. :D

last edited on July 14, 2011 4:45PM
Druchii at 12:42AM, Sept. 9, 2008
posts: 252
joined: 4-29-2008
I left a comment for you on your strip, but I'll repost what I said here:

I think that your later ones may need a bit more of this kind of surreal humour to them. I do like the newer cleaner look, but I think this one personified a good direction for you to take your strip.

And add to that: Keep thinking of the what, how, and why of your strip. If you give it a purpose, whether it's being a little avante garde or even just more normal in concept with the art staying more simple yet expressive, it will gel more for you I believe.

Hope that all made sense, my eyes are blurred from sleepiness. :D
last edited on July 14, 2011 12:17PM

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