Crow wrote:Thank you for the replies.
@Harishankar: I have a chronological outline of the comic I'm working, although it only lists the events. I make the character reaction/development as I go, which is like running on shaky ground. Again, I'm not sure if what I'm doing is right.
@McDuffies: Would only being in a different place, thus having a different background, be a good enough transition? Last I asked someone, they said it was jarringly abrupt.
McDuffies wrote:If you want to change the scenery, then abrupt change is good, isn't it? I'd even go as far as to switch scenes that contrast each other, like have a darkly lit scene follow a bring one, or have outdoor scene follow an indoor one, or switch one with few details for one with cramped background. If I do the switch in the middle of the page, then I have a page with two contrasting moods fighting each other, which I think is great.
Anyways I don't know, you can always try to draw the scene and see if transition is visible enough, then redraw it if it isn't.
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