The Pit of Depspair - auto-bio webcomic

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The Pit of Depspair - auto-bio webcomic

Post by -PookeyG- » Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:43 am

Hey folks, long time first time.

I was hoping for some critiques on my journal comics if you've got the time.

My comic shop guy is cool.
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Here was part of the baby story-arc
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Here's what It looks like when I try to be funny
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Lots of images I know, sorry, but any and all guidance is appreciated. Thanks folks!
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My comics--- www.FunnyThingComic.com

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Post by thirdeyeh » Fri Jun 18, 2010 7:15 am

I'm enjoying your work quite a bit, man. keep it up!
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Re: The Pit of Depspair - auto-bio webcomic

Post by BradHeath » Fri Jun 18, 2010 8:08 am

Like the greyscale. It gives the first strip a Kevin Smith Clerks feel.
"Hi, I'm Death. I'm the wacky nextdoor neighbor!"

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Post by -PookeyG- » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:11 pm

Hey, thanks for all the kind words folks!

Pointers for improvement?
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Post by BradHeath » Sat Jun 19, 2010 7:03 am

Just to keep drawing. I can tell you put in a lot of effort to stay consistent. The characters are tight and well done. You put in a lot of background detail in the comic book guy that's missing from your strip, which I know is due to time issues. But if you continue draw this strip, one day you'll be able to do those awesome backgrounds like in the comic book guy in all your work. But don't rush it, it will come in it's own time. Just keep doing what you're doing. The skill is already there. Speed comes with practice, and with practice, less effort to achieve quality. You can add more background work as you get more comfortable with it. just let it come naturally.

Keep 'em coming.
"Hi, I'm Death. I'm the wacky nextdoor neighbor!"

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