THIS IS THE FIRST TOPIC

THIS IS THE FIRST TOPIC

Postby CaptainSpam on Mon Jul 15, 2002 7:12 am

Wahey! Welcome to the DoM forummy thing! The forum where, with any luck at all, discussions about <a href="http://dementia.keenspace.com">The Dementia of Magic</a> are held! Hopefully.

So, go ahead! Talk! Do something!
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Postby Ninja on Thu Jul 18, 2002 3:29 am

You don't count since you own it f00!
Hahahha! First to reply! Great job with the comics :o
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Postby Labgoat on Thu Jul 18, 2002 8:21 am

Cool, now you can visit your forum 400 tines a day to see if someone's posted, like me! :)
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Postby CaptainSpam on Thu Jul 18, 2002 4:30 pm

Now THAT'S entertainment, Petie! :-)

Actually, that's what I do most of the time at your forum, too... unless I'm subscribed to a thread or two of yours, then I know what I'm getting into. :-)
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One to another.

Postby Dark Artist on Fri Jul 19, 2002 7:13 pm

I too have a lonely forum that nobody ever visits
and its attached to a D&D/fantasy comic.

Seems we have allot in commen. :roll:

Keep up the good work!



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Postby CaptainSpam on Sat Jul 20, 2002 4:30 am

Well, the main thing we don't have in common is that your comic is drawn well. Quite well, I have to say. Plus, it's got a dark atmosphere that contrasts the usual lot of comics I read. :-) Cool comic you have there!

Glad ye like my comic. I'm just hoping I'll get better with art as I go along. I figure, you've gotta start somewhere, and for me, that somewhere probably won't be perfection. I've got numerous plot ideas, though, those'll help...
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Postby Dark Artist on Mon Jul 22, 2002 8:07 am

My comic is well drawn and has a Dark atmosphere ?!
.........ooooo.. I _really_ like that review!

Thank you!

I feel like doing a comic has really helped
improve my own drawing style. Just having something
that forces you to create something daily is a great
inspireation at least to me.

It seems to be doing the same for you too. Your art is
getting noticably better as the weeks and panels pass.
Here is a website that gives some drawing tips that
I find real helpful.
http://susanooh.anime.net/Art/Class/

Plot is real important! If you have a good story people
will want to read it. So far I have been enjoying your
story and will be back for more.

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Postby CaptainSpam on Mon Jul 22, 2002 4:20 pm

Well, I was guessing that 'dark' is where you were going. :-)

Yeah, I never considered my drawing quality all too important at first... really, I just wanted to get the plot ideas out of my head somehow. So, yes, you can expect the drawing quality to improve drastically as time goes by. It's a lot better around the end of August, where my backlog ends. And it's not outrageously wide, either. It just looks better. I think. ("It's just a whole lot better, trust me, okay?!" - Joel, MST3K)

Heh, glad you think my artwork's getting better. I hope to ink things soon (According to my own warped definition of 'inking', of course). And thankee for the link, but the usual way I learn to draw is looking at other people's works and trying to reverse-engineer it to figure out how I can draw it to match my style... I seem to have a few too many quirks to my style that taking tutorials seems to be too much of relearning from scratch. I like my little haywire style. :-)

Plot... heh, trust me, I've got plots. It's just a matter of figuring out how to chain them together into a smooth-running storyline that'll be my problem. :-)
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