Terotrous wrote:Incidentally, the third panel on the test comic doesn't show up in Firefox. Or maybe there's not supposed to be anything there.
Bustertheclown wrote:Please further explain this idea of open-sourcing collaboration to make comics, because frankly, I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around how this concept might be implemented.
The motion thing is (potentially) cool, but from a pure theory side, it does cause me to wonder when something like that ceases to fit the form of "comic," or whether such a thing is truly an innovation or just a gimmick. I'd be given to say that when people say "be innovative," what is generally meant by that is to do it within the realm of narrative. I have the same issue with other technical "innovations" for webcomics that have come about over the years, most specifically, infinite canvas and motion/sound additions.
McDuffies wrote:I just mean to point at what, in my opinion, might be a problem, something you'll have to turn additional attention to (be prepared to nag artists to finish what they promised they'd do).
I've heard more criticism on what would a hodgepodge of different pieces of artwork look like with no defined art direction, which, I suppose, is where a bit of innovation comes in.
McDuffies wrote:A sort of rating and voting system comes to my mind, a system that brings better contributions out, on the front page, on top of listings, something like that. Course, you can worry about this when and if the actual problem arises.
LibertyCabbage wrote:Animation doesn't overtly seem "living and breathing" to me compared to static comics, though. I tend to think of that more in terms of the creator's relationship with the project.
Terotrous wrote:There's also the possibility to integrate voice acting with a comic, as there are certain types of jokes that require that as well, though that may require more resources than most of us have access to.
thepastelsuit wrote:Any thoughts on what strategy or maybe even assurance I should promote to pull artist interest? I'm not even sure that's the right word... most artists have expressed seeing promise in the project... artist "involvement"?
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