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    CtrlClick Webcomic!

    CtrlClick Webcomic!

    Since the start of summer I have been working on my latest project, CtrlClick web comic. It’s a comic about four college gamers who room together but each has their favorite system. Every now and then I toss in a comic that doesn’t have to do with the story line but does have to do with current events, movie, TV, or of course gamming news.

    The site address is: www.ctrlclick-online.com


    This is my latest comic (as of time of post. Newer comics are below) that is in honor of the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie:

    CtrlClick Webcomic!

    Again the site address is: www.ctrlclick-online.com

    Thanks.

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    I didn't click your link, but I must say, and I'm sorry, but that wasn't funny at ALL to me. I didn't even smile.

    Maybe get a writer?
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    Yeah the comics are kind of confusing, not funny and the wordart onomatopeia are tacky looking. Also the concept isn't very original..there's a hundred other comics that have a similar premise that are done better than this. What sets yours apart? Not having the best art is forgivable in a webcomic, the first penny arcade strips were quite rudimentry art wise, but they survived because they have a writer with a good sense of comic timing and humor. This, I'm afraid, has neither. I agree with Frank Wade, you really need to hook up with a writer if this thing is going to go anywhere.

    Also, you flogged most of your FAQ page straight off Ctrl-Alt-Del... it even says "This is the official Ctrl+Alt+Del FAQ "

    http://www.ctrlclick-online.com/faq.php

    http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/index.php/faq

    Coincidence?
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    Profoundly unfunny.

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    WARONMARS POSTED:
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    Also, you flogged most of your FAQ page straight off Ctrl-Alt-Del... it even says "This is the official Ctrl+Alt+Del FAQ "

    http://www.ctrlclick-online.com/faq.php

    http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/index.php/faq

    Coincidence?
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    No it is not a coincidence. The questions that i used were just standard question that most people ask. I just wanted to credit him so that i was not copywriting anything. So again IT is not a "COINCIDENCE". Also if you read further it says email a question if you have one. Well the site just launched so i was filling out a leget FAQ until people actually ask questions.

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    I don't think that he is refering the the questions being copied so much as the fact that your FAQ (as well as ctrl+alt+delete's) both say "This is the official Ctrl+Alt+Delete FAQ"

    All you have done here is proven that you know how to use the ctrl+c shortcut. [:
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    I see what you mean, but webcomic faqs are so similar between comics that you really could have just put a few general questions in without having to take them directly from another site.
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    You have can turn this into something funny with a writer for sure. It's just not there yet - but I can add two cents for the visual part of this.

    Ok, I see so many web comic authors resist actually drawing their characters by copying & pasting them into every frame, changing an arm or a hand, maybe an eyebrow. Sometimes this works if the comic is supposed to look cheap, or if it's for a comedic effect. This isn't working here.

    The eyepatch dude in your 1st, 2nd and 3rd panels is obviously copied since we see the same expression and posture with.. a moved arm or a shifted pupil. The same expression just doesn't work in every frame - even eliminating his drooped eyelid would have shown more surprise in his face.

    Start drawing. Lots. No more cntrl+alt+shortcuts for you!
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    Sorry Waronmars I now see what you are talking about and i have to say i had know idea that my webdesigner completly copy and pasted it into my FAQ. I will have to tell him to change it. again i am sincerly sorry.

    Also

    Thank you steph leberis for pointing out that problem I didnt even know that i was doing that. This all a learning process for me. So thank you very much.

    expect muchos better comics for now on.

    thank you.

    keep the critics comming!
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    Here the four latest comics(other than the pirate one) The first three have already been on the archives of the website but the fourth is the newest one that I worked on yesterday. So please tell me what you all think.

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    1. Propaganda!!

    CtrlClick Webcomic!

    2. Help!?!?!

    CtrlClick Webcomic!

    3. Its the end of the world!?!?

    CtrlClick Webcomic!

    4. Stale chips = Bad dream...

    CtrlClick Webcomic!


    www.ctrlclick-online.com


    Thank you.

    All critics welcomed.
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    ...umm...i dont know...umm...mmm... I will post one of my comics that I did in a comic contest thing for another site... all i did was the text... The art was given to use... Im going to post it in my thread if you like my text maybe I can be a writer and help you out... we shal see... umm for now I dont know what tips i can give sry
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    Kudos for doing it, but these seem really disjointed to me. I also have to agree with waronmars about the wordart, it really detracts from the comic and it's mad cheesy.
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    THE CUT'N'PASTE! IT BURNS!!!! Here's a challenge actually do each frame from scratch. Emotion is suppose to be acted, not spellllllltttttt!!!! out.

    Why the heck do people add "online" to their site names? This is the internet, of course it's online, stop insulting our intelligence.
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