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    Left Overs: graphic novel

    I hope this is the appropriate place to post this. I was working on this about a year ago and after writing 3 stories and drawing about 5 pages my computer died. I had no physical copies so I gave it a break and now I'm ready to start over. It's going to be better than ever. This is the only content I still have, other than the under drawn pencils with lots of mistakes.

    I added the first panel of the first page to show the dramatic changes in style and method. My goal is to finish at least 1 panel a day and finish no less than one page a week.

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    This is the finished first page. I hope you enjoy it. That is if you can read it at this size.

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    these are the first two panels of page two.

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    page2

    this page could use some polish but I'm onto the next.

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    hey, i really like the style... looks pretty experimental... but i'd say u should try to keep the typo in a different color than the background, just to make it more readable.


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    UPDATE:
    This Project Is Cancelled

    I'm Leaving it for another Project. One with an actual plot.

    This one was just good practice.

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    Cool Stuff

    The stylization of your characters is nice and consistent (something super important when exaggerating the human form). I really want to know what's going on in this scene, I want to get inside the heads of these characters! I think it would be awesome to see a character sheet or two with brief descriptions...maybe stats or something. Imbue your grungy style into them and maybe they can fit somewhere in your novel as page insets or as images pulled up on id screen. Great work, look forward to more!

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    yer, i agree with Brianpow, you should make some character sheets, they'de be awesome!

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