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Thanks for all the positive feedback so far, i thought i'd post up first three pages of my first comic (actually it's page 1,2 and 4). This my first stab at sequentials, so still playing with style and ways to capture what i have in my pin ups here. but i'm getting there.
This due out in september from the guys over at MWM
their first issue is getting rave reviews and sure this one will be ven better. anyway they were very gracious in giving me 9 pages of their comic.
so heres Hunch story by Chris Lynch art by me.
let me know what you think
I think they have some very good composition. Maybe the zombie guys could use some more color? not the cliché green or something, but maybe a little bit of some color could help out. Other than that, great stuff!
wow u sure got a (sorry to use this word) weird style but its really interesting to look at aswell very pleasing, keep on with this style i like it
yeah this is some dope shit..
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
It looks good but I have no idea what's going on.
MoP- give the man a cigar!
ey Mop I was thinking the exact same thing as you some duel personaly or mind trouble with the "character hero" lol
Even though I can't tell what's happening it looks like an interesting story. I like the ambiguity and the 2nd page especially looks great. Unique style, and it's working well on this comic.
I love that I can go into a comic store and see this kind of work, now.
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really cool style looks very complicated to make but I quess you have created a style for yourself that suits you and it shows, cool style !
look I dont know why I love you I just do
This page is totally mindblowing.
Yeah, seemed pretty self-explanatory to me. Which is a very good sign, since a hallmark of good storytelling is that the basic narrative comes through even without words.Originally Posted by MoP
I especially like the subtle benday screens on the "fantasy" panels. Nice way of differentiating the two.
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