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2006-11-30, 06:50 PM
This is a project me and my brother have been working on. Fellow fans of the OotS comic, and being very fond of the neat art stlye, we both desided to make a fun comic run off of what Giantitp has created here. Though we won't use any characters or jokes for the main comic, we plain to be as original and humourous as possible. Hopely you'll like what we have made here (since we got a total of 30 strips so far; but we plan to post them every two days during the week). Nothing too fancy, just a couple of kids saluting the Giantitp team. Enjoy :smallbiggrin:

*Please note the font was hand written so you may experience difficulties reading the small print. We tried to make it as big as we could and the only thing I can promise you is larger print in the future.

Stick Adventure: Season One
By James and Richard Payne

Table of Content

1.Introduction (http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l186/TheQuestionable/1.jpg)
2.The First Encounter (http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l186/TheQuestionable/2.jpg)
3.Accurate Map (http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l186/TheQuestionable/3.jpg)
4.That Mound (http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l186/TheQuestionable/4.jpg)
5.In the 20% (http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l186/TheQuestionable/5.jpg)
6.The Descent (http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l186/TheQuestionable/6.jpg)
7.What Quest? (http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l186/TheQuestionable/7.jpg)

2006-12-01, 12:58 PM
Wow, no response. That doesn't sound promising...:smallfrown:

2006-12-02, 10:27 AM
i like the story so far. the jokes you're using work well for the characters but i think the choice of paper you're using distracts from the comics. the lines interfere with the art. the same thing for where you erased something. if you want to use the lined paper for guides and erase mistakes then when you are finished trace the comic on to plain white paper. this will eliminate smudges and eraser marks that detract from the art. but overall it is working well, you just need some polishing.

2006-12-03, 11:04 AM
I don't think many people frequent the Webcomics forum, it took a couple of days before anyone commented on my comic, En Guard.

It's good, but I second the notion that the paper lines interfere. If I were you, I'd either CG it or redraw and ink it on blank paper, whichever one you find easier. That would increase overall readability. Looks good though!

2006-12-03, 02:18 PM
and dont be discouraged by lack of responce. each week i post an update to bongotezz comics on the EQ2 boards and it's viewed on average of 1000 times each week but i get less than 3 responces. it's not that people dont like it it's just that sometimes people like it but are too lazy to give feedback. so do what i do. force your friends to give you feedback and make them suggest changes. use the changes you like. it's worked for me.

2006-12-26, 04:48 AM
It's good! Albeit a little difficult to read...