|20 Dec 2004|| H. 'Cirist' Chute|
Monty Python! Yay!
You really know how to show expression! Though, it would help if you used captions.
|21 Dec 2004|| Terrence 'Sleepy Creature' Matatics|
Doesn't seem very linear.
|21 Dec 2004|| Joshua Opel|
Well, I have to say that you have a stylized art style and that you are well developed in that. I only see that you should consider with composition of the cells, or frames. It seems uninteresting as the way their layed out, and a bit undynamic to intrigue the viewer into the action. I would try to layout a dozen or so different sets for each page and then step back and try to see which one would catch and interest the eye the most. It most important to remember that no matter how good of an artist a person is, its all based in the foundation of presentation and composition. Keep up the good work. -Oob Christopher Joseph Snowdon
replies: "Thank you very much for the compliments, and I quite agree with your comments on the page layouts, however I am unwilling to spend too much time per page on this specific project for the same reasons that one would notice my colouring and illustration work is not nearly so strong as in my single illustration work. Being a weekly webcomic, I'm on a set schedule for updating pages, once a week, every Saturday. I am determined to be late as little as possible. I also work a full time job, and maintain a fairly active social life. I see this comic as a weekly drawing and Photoshop excersize, geared towards keeping me active art-wise, and generally making my pages better in as little time as possible. Now, if this project were much smaller in scope, with more time, then I would definitely put that time to use on the composition of the pages. I do agree that I need to work on that aspect of my sequential work, and I do have several shorter comic projects in mind wich I plan to spend more time on both the artwork and the composition."
|21 Dec 2004|| Charles Desrochers|
I like the style... the colors.. the black between the images But the only thing I would add is the text so we could get a better feeling of the picture itself.
|21 Dec 2004|| Carolina Hafner|
I must be missing something here, 'cos it doesn't remind me of Monty Python at all...as in no way..
But it's aa excellent style! Like it a lot, congrat's for the mods! ^^
*off to see the rest of your gallery* =P
|23 Dec 2004|| Rick Blackwell|
Nice job . Glad to see someone else likes doing narrative works. Good luck with the webcomic. Have been interested in doing one since I saw what the people who did broken Saints created (Brokensaints.com). I highly recommend checking out their site. By the way your style reminds me of the animation from wings of Honemaise (hope i spelled that right)
|25 Dec 2004|| RumbleFish|
...Is that the Skool backgruond from Invader Zim? Christopher Joseph Snowdon
replies: "Actually, it's the School background from Steampowered."
|1 Aug 2006|| Tevera Raincoat|
Wow..I just read a good chunk of your web comic,and it made me happy. Very well composed,and the frames look professional. Keep up the good work.
|16 Dec 2006|| Dragongurl|
*dies* *screams->* Monty Python! is awesome...so is this picture! i love the colors. I would love to see it completed. Wow... <-in shock...