Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: White Rose, extra stuff


June 25th, 2019, 4:39 pm
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comercole June 25th, 2019, 4:56 pm
its OK i guess i don't know about improving.
JennytheEspeon June 25th, 2019, 5:08 pm
Your comic is really good
Hardychuckle (Guest) June 25th, 2019, 5:49 pm
It is splendid! Can't really see room for improvement.
shadowlucario50 June 25th, 2019, 6:39 pm
Not a suggestion, but maybe some questions you may want to ask yourself to see where you're at.

*What do you like about your art? What do you dislike about your art? Knowing what pleases displeases you about your artwork will help in deciding what you would like to improve on. Which leads to...
*What do you want to improve in your art? And more importantly, what specifically would you like feedback on from viewers? Do you want to know what to improve on expressions? Backgrounds? Linework? Artists and non-artists will have certain ideas that can always help you improve a technique or give you a new skill to work on.

The Q and A Section - These questions will be more focused on balancing between the comic and the asks.
*What interests you more? Answering questions or making the comic strip? Finding out what you enjoy more in these two will help out in finding a good balance.
*Do you follow a trend? In other words, do you try to follow a rule for answering questions and creating the comic strips? An example would be finishing one comic strip, then answering two to five questions, or finishing a Chapter and opening up to multiple questions at a time. Or maybe you're a free spirit and do whatever you feel best pleases you.

*What do you like so far about the story you've created? What don't you like? Just like art, knowing what pleases and displeases you about your storytelling will help in deciding what you would like to improve on.
*Do you enjoy your story? This is a strong problem many creators have as they go along their comic. They may enjoy the idea of their story, but as they start drawing it, they'll find it's not to their liking. Which leads to...
*What can you do to make your story enjoyable? This point is what really starts running your creative juices. You may rewrite a few things, but you'll also have to remember what you've written. Since you're still in the beginning stages of your comic, you have a lot of flexibility to take it in any direction you want. Take advantage of it and think of the direction you want your story to go!

I've already seen that you enjoy your characters with the asks and the comic itself, so I only have one question here.
*How do you want your major characters to develop? Each character is an extension of one's self; a desire, a personality, an experience. When you're going through the story, you'll be exploring these characters, and you'll have to decide what you'll do with each of them. Find how you want your characters to develop.

Changes and improvement will come along the way. Right now, you've given us quite a bit to start with, and a lot of these ideas you've presented look promising. I'm excited to see how you'll grow as a comic maker, and I'll be silently watching this comic as I do a lot of other comics. Keep being awesome!~
OMG (Guest) June 26th, 2019, 5:20 am
Nothing...maybe upload te first chapters faster?
So...we could se more of the story line?
OMG (Guest) June 26th, 2019, 5:20 am