Making a graphic novel / manga
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(07-01-2020, 07:36 PM)graphicnovelist Wrote: Do you think, that the drawings are "good enough" for a reader to not lose interest while reading the story?

It depends on the story. The original One Punch Man webcomic, for example, had EXTREMELY crude art, but it was still very popular because the art was fitting for the comical tone of the story.

Your comic also has some comedic overtones, and I think the drawings do the job well enough. You're definitely better than the guy who drew the One Punch Man comic. Also, you'll improve over the course of drawing it. One question: Are these the final versions of the panels? The grey tones on everything give it a washed-out look. It doesn't really grab one's attention this way, in my opinion, but if that's your preferred style, feel free to stick with it.
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RE: Making a graphic novel / manga - by Leo Ki - 06-22-2020, 10:54 AM
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