Wendybird wrote:I like the style. It's very rich and alive. It can be a little bit confusing, though. one thing that might help is leaving more room between the panels, so they're more clearly separated, and so we have room to breathe between all that color and movement that fills up the panels.
I have to agree. I'm finding it very difficult to read, like it's triggering my ADD HARD
or something...the panels are so busy that I can't seem to make my eye settle on something.
Alias Pseudonym wrote:...so is there anything I can do with the scribbles to make them less distracting for you?
Make 'em bigger so there'z fewer of 'em. That'd probably do the trick.
There isn't a lot I can say that others haven't yet, but...I'm finding it difficult to get too terribly attached to the characters. Granted, I think my own comic might suffer from this a midge (though I start
with an action sequence to set the scene; the characters get introduced seriously a bit later) so I'm not one to talk, really, but...when I look at the TV shows and movies and books that have stayed with me over the years, I find that I remember the characters more than the situation in which they found themselves. Good characters--people I wish I knew, wish I had as friends--can shore up a LOT
of weak points in a series. I mean, the first season of Babylon 5
really isn't all that great, to be honest, but the characters kept me coming back until the show got awesome. Just as an example.
So...maybe it comes up in a few pages past where I've read, but...I'd like to see the characters really showing their personalities more.