Character through dialogue

Banes at 12:00AM, Feb. 7, 2019



Dialogue is a vital part of a comic, book or movie.

Well - usually it is. There are surely some comics out there who have none. There's prose, such as many children's stories or fables that are all or mostly action and description - and since the rise of sound ...



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Myth Appropriation

Banes at 12:00AM, Jan. 24, 2019

Giving Mythic Scale to your Stories



Dexter and the Trinity Killer - this may not look like an epic confrontation…but it sure as heck was!


The classic Star Wars trilogy was a phenomenon and a triumph on multiple levels. One of the things it's famous for is it's ...






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Serialized vs Episodic Storytelling

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, Dec. 1, 2018



There is a general trend in mainstream media and sequential art to generally value serialized works (in shows, series, comics, etc) over episodic ones. They are considered to be more elegant, more dynamic and more interesting than episodic ones. While this might definitely hold true, is it so as a ...

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Farewell to Stan Lee

Banes at 12:00AM, Nov. 15, 2018
tags: stan lee



Stan Lee

1922 - 2018

'Nuff said.




No, of course, ‘nuff can likely never be said about this man and the body of work he’s left behind for us.

It's been a rough couple days for comic fans. I must admit, I've been a bit of a wreck ...












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Time Stand Still

Banes at 12:00AM, Nov. 8, 2018



Time doesn't really exist in comics. Someone can blast through multiple pages in seconds, or linger on one panel for years. Well, that would be rare. But you see what I'm saying.

What if you want to make your readers slow down? To give your pages the pace ...



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Getting The Size Just Right

Amelius at 10:28AM, Nov. 4, 2018


(With apologies to the late Mr. Jones for use of his three bears!)

Presentation is very important when you're sharing your comic with the world on the digital medium. There's so much potential for distraction, so you need to make sure that what you are presenting to your ...


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Pacing and Thumbnails

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Nov. 2, 2018


Source: Comic Fury

Thumbnailing is a crucial part of the comic making process as it allows you to sort out your pacing and dialogue over the course of a chapter or issue, however, it is often a step that is missed by a lot of creators particularly those learning how ...


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How Horror Can Make Us Better Writers by El Cid

Banes at 12:00AM, Oct. 25, 2018




This is a guest post by El Cid, who was kindly enough to write one for us.

Check out El Cid's Transneptunian! (nsfw)


https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/TransNeptunian/



I don't personally view horror so much as a genre, but rather as an ingredient. A little dash of horror ...








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2018 Drunk Duck Awards Week 2 and The KAMics Milestone

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Oct. 22, 2018



The second week of award winners have been announced. Niccea would also like to remind everyone that she will be accepting awards extras through the end of the month. Extras are usually acceptance/ concession speeches or other behind the scenes fun.

Send extras to Niccea here:
http://www.theduckwebcomics.com ...




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Having a chat - Planning good dialogue

Emma_Clare at 12:00AM, Oct. 19, 2018



If there is one thing about your comic you will want to nail it is the manner in which the character’s speak to one another. When it comes to creating good and effective conversation you have to keep in mind two things.

1) Does the dialogue progress the story ...



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