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Chapter 21: Page 29

June 7th, 2014, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

Whoo 'nother extra page!

This is one of those occasions where I had a really specific movement I wanted the characters to make, and was kind of at a loss on how to convey it in comic form. No amount of standing in my room and going through the motion myself could really help me there. That's kind of the issue with comics; some stuff would just be easier if this were like, animated, because I'm always trying to find the balance between enough panels to show what's going on and too many to draw in a timely manner.

Anyway, I'm still not giving you another QotU even though it's now pretty obvious what's happening to Faro.

Till Monday.

And You Say...

Soriel (Guest) says,

Why don't you try making a GIF page where one of the panels are animated? Of course, this would mean scanning the page and the animated sequence (one sequence at a time).

It's actually easy to make a gif, just make a bunch of pages witht he different sequences and mount them together with a free gif maker.

Hazumirein says,

@Soriel: Stuff like pages with .gifs has been considered, but a) I don't remember if SJ allows that and b) either the file size on something like that would be MASSIVE, even in grayscale, or low quality, and either way it'd probably crash my computer :P Not to mention trying to animate panels in as much detail as I draw them would take forever and a half; best case scenario, I could do some quick animated sequences and just link you guys to them in the comments to get the point across, but again, it's the time factor. Thanks for the suggestion, though!

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