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Our new Indie Games subforum is now open for business in G&T. Go and check it out, you might land a code for a free game. If you're developing an indie game and want to post about it, follow these directions. If you don't, he'll break your legs! Hahaha! Seriously though.
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  • Re: Roll for initiative! Enc makes some Encounter Maps!

    Neat! I'd suggest to make some of the shadows less harsh. Specifically on the first map you posted. Also, I'd decrease the leading of the location text on the last map.
    Enc
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  • Re: Phill's First Ever Sketchbook

    Work on using longer, confident lines instead of short, scratchy ones. Try to use your arm more than your wrist. Comes with experience!

    Are you building up your figures with geometric shapes? Using guides? Or just winging it?

    Keep at it!
    xPPaulsonx
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  • Re: AC Secret Santas 2014! [24/24 POSTED]

    Done! Sent!
    tapeslingerIrukaSublimus
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  • Re: Requesting a comic critique (Barbarian Adventure and Beard of Dust)

    I think a scratchy/messy style is okay, provided it fits the tone of the story. My concern with your linework is that sometimes it feels like the lines are randomly placed instead of having a specific purpose.

    Here's a couple of rough sketches from Larry Hama:

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    z0XXH0k.jpg

    Nothing feels randomly placed to me in Hama's artwork. Every line is building form and adding detail. I'd say this advice applies more to your barbarian pages than it does the beard pages.

    Another suggestion I have is in regards to the first page you posted. I had a difficult time deciphering what was going on from panel to panel. I would make the silhouette of the chimp stand out more.

    I'd also just work on your continuity in general. It's difficult to follow where things are going on in the environment from panel to panel.

    Hope that's not too much. Keep drawing!
    BrocksMulletBetty_Smith
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  • Re: Want [chat] liberation?

    I got my comic featured in a newsletter and I got paid actual $American$ today. Awww yeah.
    21stCenturytapeslingerLazarusKingGrifterProspicience
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