i5t's the little things... like the background in the first pannle that make a sadistic little smile come crawling onto youtr facce. this page could pretty much stand by itself. ah, there's something morbidly heilarious about the back up's fate.
YAY!!!! I love fairytales.... especially when they are not stereotypical!!!!
i did a fairytale comic a little while ago but mine was from the p.o.v of the big bad wolf.... who happend to be a cute girl with ears and a tail..... but yeah in mine red died straight away! oh well!
i'd love to post it up eventually but i'm still not happy with the tones and look..... but yours is amazing... i'd love to be able to get the same flow as you have!!! and same tonal skills... and drawing skills.... hey do you wanna swap bodies!?! brains?
Huzzah for the use of background action in comedic gags!
Ah, and what font did you use here for "THERE SHE GOES" and the other assorted speech bubbles? It seems different from convential comic lettering, works really well for the tone of the comic, and is very readable... and I do not seem to have it on my PC.
Yup, yup. First chapter is just big action sequence/prologue. If you can stomach it all, there's plenty of dialogue/story coming up next.
I'm finding that's the difference between something you hold in your hand and something you have on the computer. If this entire sequence (fifteen pages total), were in a book, say, Blade of the Immortal (which has much much longer action sequences), it passes by so much faster! I mean of course it does.. anyone could tell you that, but I just find it.. I dunno. You discover something new every day.
I think I'm getting a better feel for pacing for a webcomic versus an actual comic, long story short.