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    XTIN: The Dragon's Dreamworld (comic)

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    Nice drawings.

    First thing that stood out to me though was everyone has their mouth open like they are screaming.

    Now its not a bad thing as I see to many times where people draw a bunch of different characters and they all have the same closed mouth expression.
    But that just stuck out to me, everyone is yelling haha. A lot of open mouths.

    But nicely drawn.

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    Yeah a lot of white tongues poking out. Great vehicle deisgn though...

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    Yeah, I need a bigger library of expressions for people being beaten and tortured. Or I could do an intermission of happy furries.

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    Its still nicely done, and better than a bunch of closed mouthed people. haha

    But it was just a double take, after I finished looking through them I just thought, wait, was everyone yelling.

    Id love to see the happy furries intermission though.

    Keep it up. Looks good.

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    Well there are scenes where people aren't yelling or screaming. But not for long

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    Haha,
    This is the comic where characters have limited time of not being in complete agony or terror

    "Oh good, here comes my two panels of rest"

    "Ok, back to the pain. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhrrrrrgggggg"

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    They did have 3,888,000 years of peaceful meditation, which might make an interesting comic for a very narrow audience.

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    Everyone yelling and having their mouths open like that makes me thing of Rob Liefeld's work, which isn't really in style anymore and was always technically incorrect. Might wanna shy away from that.

    The leg on the left in the issue 2 cover is way too thin or at least looks unnatural as it nears the knee. Remember you're working with foreshortening so it should get bigger as it gets toward the viewer.
    Something looks off with the arm of the man whipping in the first panel of the first page. Either the foreshortening is off or the arm is too beefy near the shoulder or the arm itself is too short.
    Also you need some better establishing shots. How about an overhead or a large spread page to show where these people are? At the moment the setting is really vague.

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    that cover is something that would grabb my attention in the comic book store, as for the comic art it self it's looks really nice to me,but personal i do prefer colours but that is just an personal opinion

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    I looked at the first issue and have to say you've got yourself a fully realized world all your own. It's got everything it needs and never strays from it's core even when the style changes from painted to inks. This could easily be in an issue of Heavy Metal. Keep it up for sure we need more comics like this!

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    Hey m8! awesome work! I love your style. I can just tell you this, I wanna draw like this in the future! If I could buy your comic in a store here around I would! send me a copy will ya?

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    I can imagine you have worked hard to get to where you are! Cool and ofc Ill keep looking here. love you work man.

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    Love this stuf you know

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    Theres an old movie with Richard Harris where the indians hang him from hooks as part of making him a chief.
    Still loving your linework but not understanding the prose, its compellingly strange though.

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    Dont worry, think ppl are too lazy to comment though. It looks awesome and I like the monolouge too. I belive there arent that much critique to give u, therefor ppl dont know what to write u know. It looks great, keep posting

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    Let's hope you're right. I'm not getting much traffic through the web site, but maybe it needs more time to grow.

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    I love when u update, think it look so good and I like the text too. u got any tips how to draw like this?

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