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Hyro
2005-02-12, 11:35 PM
My friend made a comic out of his D n D minies. In the spirit of outdoing him, I made a website. I think it came out fairly well.
http://dungeon-master1.tripod.com

You can find his comic in the Dungeon Comics section.

Hyro
2005-02-13, 12:08 AM
Oh come on I know someone must be interested.

Iazmynh
2005-02-13, 01:04 AM
Um, it looks like you have only one episode posted so far. A lot of the photos are fuzzied, esp the really close-up ones. Can you "zoom in" with your camera, or is it necessary to place it really close? I would suggest removing the shots of the dice and just have a panel of the quotes of "What I Got." But that is just a suggestion.

:)

Hyro
2005-02-13, 01:14 AM
My friend Gah (DnD name) made the comic. I just posted it. This (http://hyrodragonslayer.keenspace.com) is my comic. Notice the distinct difference.

SalSar_Thiran
2005-02-13, 03:07 AM
sigh



that should state everything

pumpkinetics
2005-02-13, 05:40 AM
Interesting.. I notice the comic says "By Gah". Does that mean other people can put in their own comics? 'Cause I have ideas...

snicker

Hyro
2005-02-13, 01:16 PM
Actually Gah is my personal friend who emailed me the comic before I even decided to make the website. However if you would like to send in a comic or anything else DnD related, go ahead.

Hyro
2005-02-13, 04:27 PM
Question time. If I made a forum for D & D Masters (the working title for the site) would anyone actually post in it? Also, as mentioned before, I will except any sent in fan material sent to [email protected]

Hyro
2005-02-13, 10:46 PM
This thread shall live!

Frojoe21
2005-02-13, 10:49 PM
Sanityblinked.tk was my friends comic site that is still in the works


Check it out when it is done

clarkcd
2005-02-14, 03:25 AM
If I made a forum for D & D Masters (the working title for the site) would anyone actually post in it?

I post here, you post here, etc.. Why would I go there so I can post there, you can post there, etc.?

Hyro
2005-02-14, 11:13 AM
Different topics. That one would be more dnd oriented and would be about a different comic.

Bargeral
2005-02-14, 07:51 PM
I liked your comic Hyro, shows some sense of comedic timing - especially the last one. Like the dramatic pause. Keep it up.

Your friends didn't really inspire me. I hate to say something negative, in case he's really into it. But I'd suggest he do up about forty more - just for practice - then throw them out and start in for real.

Starla
2005-02-15, 01:56 AM
I liked it too. The last one was great. Did you check out that Book Rich mentioned in his "Things I like that by extension you should like as well"? I checked it out at the Public Library. It is a good read and really give a lot of great information about comic writing. Definitely worth a read even if you don't plan to write comics at all. ;)

Bogotter
2005-02-15, 12:37 PM
The pop-up adds are enough to keep anyone away.

:'(

clarkcd
2005-02-15, 07:30 PM
Different topics. That one would be more dnd oriented and would be about a different comic.

I thought this one was pretty D&D oriented and since I don't particularly like your comic you've yet to convince me. Good luck though.