Cartoon Part 3 the Confrontation

Hairypalmer - Part 3 the Confrontation


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Hairypalmer      Hobby artist     Approach to criticism   Direct
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Pauer (toonsUp team) - 09.07.18 20:39
Keep em coming
Hairypalmer - 09.07.18 15:23
I will try and take your advice to heart, im still a novice so please feel free to critique as you wish, I have lots to learn
Pauer (toonsUp team) - 09.07.18 15:15
Ok, so I would make uneven panels that keep the aspect ratio of the original form of a panel as it was, instead of fitting them into square tiles. This way you lose that squashed impression of the drawing in a panel. It makes the text hard to read and gives you a strange impression when you look at it. Also, the magenta backdrop of the text bubbles makes the black font hard to read. Maybe make it a bit lighter, adding more white.
Hairypalmer - 09.07.18 14:29
Each panel I draw on an individual page. I use manga studios. When I submit it on webtoons I have decrease the cut it to their standard size. When I post it on hear I just put all the panels on a single page. And submit
Pauer (toonsUp team) - 09.07.18 13:43
Would be interesting to hear how you create a page. Can you describe your method in short? What program do you use?
Hairypalmer - 07.07.18 16:12
@Seplundpetra lol I wil try and upload an interesting reaction for you lol thanks for reading all
Hairypalmer - 07.07.18 16:11
Thanks for the advice @PauerCmx im too scared to crop the original files are very big I descale to 1100 x 800p each panel is that size in the original
boy - 07.07.18 13:00
Ubiesk at its best
Pauer (toonsUp team) - 06.07.18 21:05
Another silly episode, very good!
I'd recommend cropping the drawings instead of distorting them to fit in your panel scheme. Most of the faces and even the text looks squashed and it's a bit hard to read that way.
SeplundPetra - 06.07.18 14:35
I'm waiting for her reaction...

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