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Whoa! I gotta say this. Saw your commercial on another site, and liked your art style, very, very talented. First page here, doesn’t dissapoint.
A very nice first page, like the 'different focus' in the drawing!
Thanks! Both of you!
It's purple and green paint haphazardly smeared onto the paper. If it took you more than 10 minutes I would be very disappointed. That said, your drawing skill overall is amazing, your ability to convey emotion and expression in the strangest shapes. The motif of "weird thing with beautiful woman" is a common one among webcomics, but a race of reptilians from deep beneath the ocean is a step apart I'd say. This page isn't too impressive though. You've got great handwriting. You might want to ink in just hints of what you *see* in those paint smears for the benefit of your audience though. I can tell it's a woman hanging up laundry next to a mountain range, but others might not be so lenient in their imagination.
Um, being an editor myself, I couldn't help but point out, it's 'editor' with an o, not editer. Forgive me if I'm annoying!
Hahaha! That's the worst word to get wrong. Thanks for pointing it out. I'll try to update it soon.
I wll check this web comic because it seems very interesting and I will be doing a review of your comic soon.
“I just sent all the pages to a really good editer in June”
I’m hoping for your sake that he just didn’t bother with that page as I’m guessing it won’t be going to print – otherwise they’re not as good and _editor_ as they said they were.
(rereading while I wait for my book ;D )
Haha! Yeah I don’t send him all my stuff. Just the pages and even then I make changes again after the fact so it makes it hard for him to catch everything. Hopefully between my editor and the internet everything will get caught.
It should say “Left-click anywhere” instead of “Right-click anywhere”
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