Ch02Pg36: First Impressions (Drawn terribly)

June 10th, 2009, 4:40 am


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Pyroman  June 10th, 2009, 5:04 am

ARGH!
/Emo moment
I swear to god these pages are getting worse not better. You can see the style that I've sort of morphed into, but I still have zero control of facial features (especially eyes and mouths) and so they continually end up being lifeless masks. On top of that I can't do just plain, standing poses. Give me something crazy and I can pull it out of the bag, but monotonous pages are KILLING me.

What the hell! How can I make something so awesome and amazing one day, but then as soon as it comes to this comic just give you guys crap. GRRRRR
I'm not looking for some ego trip here, though. I not hoping for everyone to jump in and and try to pump up my self-esteem, because honestly that's not the issue. I've let too many things slide over the years, from bad posing to emotionless characters, and it's all coming back to bite me now.
I'm really hoping I can catch up with this, though, because it's a massive morale downer!

I'll get it right one day, guys. Just wait and see.
/End Emo moment.

Enjoy.

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Ganato, June 10th, 2009, 5:16 am


Yeah park benches shouldn't be very optimal. How about just taking a lot of free newspapers next time?


I just hate how pages seem fine when sketched and then turn to crap once inked. That's my most troubling issue. Also how to put the panels. Can't do that either.

Pyroman, June 10th, 2009, 5:20 am


I absolutely agree. Over the last few months I have been doing mostly full realistic sketches in pencil, and so it's actually really hard to 'turn off' that part of my brain and get back to inking. Hopefully once I get myself back into the swing of things it will all come back, but right now it's really troubling me.

Panels are also an annoying issue for me because I am most comfortable with action scenes. As such I find it very difficult to judge how many panels I am going to need for [insert random talking page].

sega-tendo-com2.0, June 10th, 2009, 6:41 am

Hey!
He looks like that guy from "Cowboy Bebop"! I keep forgeting his name but he looks just like him!

Pyroman, June 10th, 2009, 9:56 pm


After creating En I was told he had hair very similar to Spike from Cowboy Bebop, which is totally correct--even though entirely unintentional.

Curse you Spike!

En..., June 10th, 2009, 9:59 pm

XD
Indeed. One of these days, he may get a haircut, perhaps.

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