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Marie August's Artwork - Primarily Featuring "The Fox and The Firebird" Webcomic
I have a webcomic, and it currently has 54 pages. I'm thinking about publishing it, but before I do, I want to go back and perhaps edit many of the pages. Try to make improvements. I'm starting by adding a three page prologue. Since these go before the comic starts, it is not necessary at all for anyone to go to my website and read my comic in order to give me feedback. Here are the pages I am currently working on for the prologue:
I'm going to color these pages tomorrow. I would really appreciate any kind of feedback on improving my comic. Particularly the layout and the flow of it. I know people who can give me feedback on art (though I welcome more from here, can't get better without criticism, right?), and I know people who can give me feedback on writing, but I strangely don't really know people who read comics.
After I finish these prologue pages, I'm going to start going over my comic from the beginning. Probably post those early pages here as I go through them and work on them.