|Art that's so awesome I couldn't HOPE to do quality like these. Sounds defeatist of me but that's the way Life goes. Even if I did improve, it'd be nothing compared to THESE guys. Enjoy.|
Late Lesson LearnedWhile doing research for the new SYAC, I actually stumbled upon something truthful on TVtropes.org. Usually I take everything from that site with a grain of salt, but this one bit actually was surprisingly honest and truthful about webcomics:Late Lesson Learned by TomPreston
Webcomics work on a very different set of standards than other fiction. Almost all webcomic authors are working pretty much entirely alone as they both draw and script their comics and most do not plan any further along than to the end of their current story sometimes not even that far.
Many of them try to adhere to a schedule they aren't really capable of meeting, resulting in them rushing to meet their deadline and making mistakes that should be avoidable. So many of the good 10% lack qualities standard in traditionally professional works. This can be because of the lack of editorial input as well as the lack of lead time. Not all webcomics suffer from this, though, and even the ones that do can still be interesting. Arguably, some str
THANK YOU though I cannot thank YOU for Faving MY stuff like I used to. I'll try though. I don't get many visitors, so... |
Current Residence: the US of Us.
deviantWEAR sizing preference: XXLarge Big gut....
Print preference: Readable would be nice...
Favourite genre of music: Folk music, instrumental, classical, Pop
Favourite photographer: Denver Bryan
Favourite style of art: Fantasy, digital painting, Whimsy
Operating System: Windows 7 (SO much better now I got it)
MP3 player of choice: Windows Media Player Plzthnx
Shell of choice: Conch....or Egg?
Skin of choice: My own (still attached to my body)
Favourite cartoon character: L, Portgas D. Ace, Stinz Lowhard, Alucard, Once-ler
Personal Quote: A PBS mind in an MTV world
| Rose Dancer by Christine A. Earle |
Latest printing with more storyline/characters and new illustrations. Available as a paperback book or downloadable.
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