Battlegrinder wrote:As a story concept, its cliche, but that's not exactly a crippling flaw. If you can make the story interesting enough, you can make your audience look past the cliches and just enjoy it.
How rough are your current art skills, out of curiosity? If they're poor enough that you think it will take a long time to get them up to a reasonable level, I'd suggest you either shelve or backburner the comic idea, and try and tell the story another way (You can probably pull off an Irregular Webcomic style project with pretty meager resources, for example). Or you could try to go on deviantart or a similar site and see if you can find an artist willing to help you out. Or you could try just writting the story, like what ShadowScythe's been doing with the Scythian Shorts.
Brikguy0410 wrote: also does cliche mean
Colette wrote:A few thoughts on this idea:
You might be better off trying a brikfic. Internet comics are near guaranteed to stop prematurely, at least in my experience, and I guarantee that your comic skills right now are shit, and would only get worse attempting minifigs. I'm not trying to specifically single you out or anything, but as I've learned from personal experience, drawing is really hard. Rayhawk makes drawing minifigs effortless, but keep in mind that for a while his sustenance depended on it.
Lego webcomic could be more feasible, but lego piece shortages become really apparent when trying these. Not to mention, you would need to obtain a decent camera as well.
EDIT: Whoops, Battlegrinder ninja'd me.
Tzan wrote:Quantumsurfer wrote:Go for broke and do both. You only get better by doing.
Its like smoking while drinking soda.
Tzan wrote:I only do one of those.
I was suggesting that Brickguy do both.
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