Second Act - Page 19

August 7th, 2013, 9:00 am

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Reply -Ruu-the-Dasher-, August 13th, 2013, 6:30 pm

Replies @cahir-the-witcher: Thank you for your comment! I'm glad you're enjoying Guerra santa.
I feel very flattered that my style reminds you of David B., he's awesome!
And thank you so much for the fanart! I absolutely loved it :)
I remember you told me the sepia didn't quite work for you, next time I'll probably use real colors rather than just a filter.
You're right about the fonts, they were very hard to make and look sort of uneven. Still, they're the best I could get, I promise I'll make some better ones for my next work :)
Thank you for your encouragement! And for your comment, it really motivates me to work harder :D

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Reply -Ruu-the-Dasher-, September 1st, 2013, 5:59 pm

Replies @winzrella: Thank you! You're right, different opinions are very helpful indeed. I'm glad you like the sepia tones, and you're right- I used coloring pencils because this is a personal work :)

I'll make sure to work much harder on the fonts for my next graphic novel, I promise! :D

Thank you again for your feedback :)

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Reply winzrella, August 31st, 2013, 11:15 am

About the sepia tones I must disagree with Cahir. I love and always have loved sepia tones and by using them the pages remind me of old photos which I think works great for the comic!

But, I think it is these different opinions that really make both our comments worth while for you.
I respect Cahir's view of things as well and she gave wise advice to you.

Your choice of using coloring pencils gives me the feel that this is a really personal and loved project that really needed work to be finished. Other than that I think the ink would have worked just as well.

I did now have trouble reading the text in the diary, but I can understand that some might have difficulties with it.
However, I think it also gives the diary the feel that it is really written by Luppi. Steight lines rarely go with handwriting.

Still, a clear font is really important for any story. But above all I'm impressed that you actually did the fonts yourself!

I don't even know how to do them which is why my fonts are so boring XD

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