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Re: Ken's Artsy Endeavors

Postby BFenix » Sun Jan 22, 2017 3:08 pm

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Re: Ken's Artsy Endeavors

Postby Captain-Camper » Sun Jan 22, 2017 4:25 pm

Ho shit Ken is making art again!
"Tallyho lads, snuggle the houses and burn the women! Leave not a single potted plant alive! Full speed ahead and damn the cheesemongers"
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Re: Ken's Artsy Endeavors

Postby Kommander Ken » Sat Feb 24, 2018 10:00 pm

I know I haven't posted anything in a good while, so I wanted to kind of give a little sneaky peaky at what I've been doing in place of actual plastic building block warfare.


As an example, this is literally just me messing about and not taking quality artwork into consideration. Practicing page/panel layout as well as other shit. These were just supposed to be thumbnail pages that I ended up posting on Reddit for critique. Behold and beware!

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Re: Ken's Artsy Endeavors

Postby Tzan » Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:41 am

Kriteek

The missing sword section

The dashed outline is obscured by too much stuff.
You can make the "Now" panel go down to the bottom of the page and have the dashed lines
The "Wait" panel could have any image or just text: "Where the hell is my sword"
Lower right stays the same.
The words "Wait" and "My sword" are deleted.

Alternate:
Its just a text panel using all the words:
"Wait... My sword. Where the hell is my sword?!"

I think the dashed outline was something important to show.
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