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Linked, 3page style trial by AoiNoKitsune Linked, 3page style trial by AoiNoKitsune
I wondered how would it look like if I drew comics in my reguar style... so I set to work with a technic pencil and... somehow wasn't messy (like with my regular skatches). :confused: I suppose this looks most like a manga mixed up with american features, but I think I put in what I like best of both styles of comics. Now, imagine this a cut-out of a story, inked and finished (with actual backgrounds and everything, if you can)... would you buy a comic like that? If not, why? If yes, why? Please help me. I'm trying not to make a huge mistake here... :dead:
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Heartzville Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2008
I seriously am in love with your detail. I would buy this simply because it's full of pure WIN! I mean, the angling, the details, the expressions, and the paneling. Definitely the paneling. I don't know what much else to say. I also really enjoy your Digimon section, all that yummy BL makes me eyes burn with happiness. ^_^
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batosail Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007  Professional Filmographer
whow ! i want more ! were is the next ? :D

damn i love your style, i'm so jalous !
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AoiNoKitsune Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2007
O_O wow! Thank you! :heart:

After I finish Soul Fronier, I might put a up a poll for future comics to draw and this is gonna be one of them, so hopefully I'll get to do it then? <3 Thank you so much for the comment!
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El-Sato Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2006  Professional General Artist
i agreed whit lunarsun
and the style is fine for me :p and looks very pro, the perspectives and all that looks fine :D im probably another future buyer of your comics :D
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AoiNoKitsune Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2006
:blush: Thank you very much. I hope I can live to publish something one day... Europe was never friendly to the comic culture...
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El-Sato Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2006  Professional General Artist
well i dont know about that... but probably in the future xD im going to live in germany for some time and i want to try to publish something there (im really going for a work not related whit comics but hey, i can try xD)
really! good luck! you deserve it :D

PD : Something i forgot in the last comment, your style, i dont know whats "american" exept for the text ballons o.o for me is like a manga (a pro one xD)
Im honest when i say this, i really like your style, hey i almost never comment deviations xD
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Lunarsun Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2006
Okay, I love your angles, and your comic looks great. The first page is wonderful. I mean I was getting into it, but unless the second & third page are a little unrelated ... I get a bit confused with the transition here. I mean ... you change, but you don't seem to change the pace, and the top box is probably the most confusing part of your second page. You shouldn't end a comic with an out of the box type of scene if it's not the last page. It's a little misleading there, and it kind of makes it hard to connect with the second page as well.

I lost sight of who is who here, and then from there ... it's all down hill. You need something like a divider in the middle of the second page ... something to let everyone know that you have switch areas, because first you are outside with two werewolf couples, and then suddenly you end up instead with three men, and it's not as clear cut an ending between there as on the first page to let views understand the transition.

Otherwise, I will say that for now ... without more of a background on the storyline that I would definitly pick it up.
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AoiNoKitsune Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2006
The story should be releated, but it's just a cut-out... ^_^; there's no beginning to it and no end (at least shown)... but it gives me a sense of relief that at least the first page is followable ( <- is that even a word?) and I must say that an out-of-box persepctive really would look a lot better... :dead: I have so much to learn it sometimes scares me. I should have stretched the upper 3 boxes to the entire page and continued the next scene on the third page. Gah. That's why people are supposed to draw story-boards in the first place and no just kick the pen on paper.

I'l deffinetly give it another shot. I've already start working on the project for MsZ and I'll deffinetly post the pencils before inking in good hopes that they turn out better...

Reliable as always. :hug: Thank you. Any other mistakes that come to mind that I should try avoiding? Anything at all?
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Lunarsun Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2006
Yeah, ...sadly enough ... I never bother with storyboard either, and thus ... it takes forever for me to figure out the sequences as well.

Hmmm... no other mistakes from me, but can I give you a suggestion ... you can take it or leave it, but instead of trying to stretch the first three boxes on the second page ... why not instead drop the out of the box scene to the second page. That would continue the connection from the first page, and still look great.

Well, that's my suggest ... anyway, and I can't wait to see what you do to improve it.
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AoiNoKitsune Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2006
oh, and I appologise for the crappy grammar. :thanks:
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