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Porcelain Rose
I'm a college student studying psychology but cheating on it with comics. Art has been a passion for me since I was a little girl. I'm not well off, so I've never had any serious art classes. I'm self taught and very proud of it; I'm not going to let anyone tell me I'm a lesser artist because I'm not getting a fancy degree in it. If you can't tell already, I'm stubborn, cynical, and jaded...but I'm always willing to learn or offer a helping hand. So don't worry, I don't bite...hard.
  • Real Name
    Sierra
  • Age
    30
  • Gender
    Female
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Final page...most uses the same techniques as the previous pages. But:

1) Subject to subject transition!

I hope everyone enjoyed this short comic. Its just for class, but constructive critique is still welcome. And thanks for reading. :-)
Techniques seen here are:

1) Moment to moment transition
2) Lines used to convey "shock" rather than motion (I can't remember if McCloud covered this - but this technique is used often in manga).
3) More narration in the captions than previously.
4) Drawn onomatopoeia, making the words a part of the visual art of the comic.
No more ink...I was running out of time! ><

Techniques in this page include:

1) Using blurs and repeated images to try to indication fast motion!
2) A large panel for a "time standing still" sort of effect (p. 102 if you are unsure what I'm referring to).
3) Aspect to aspect transitions
The techniques in this page are:

1) Motion lines again
2) Scene to scene transitions again.
3) Action to action transitions again.
4) Onomatopoeia (sound effects) also appear.
Techniques on this page include:

1) Scene to scene transitions
2) Motion lines
3) Icons - as seen in the question marks
This is the beginning page. It shows the following techniques:

1) Zooming in
2) Aspect to Aspect Transitions
3) Action to Action Transitions
Hey! I just wanted to say that this is an awesome comic. I'm so glad to see a Christian comic on here! These days it seems like its a sin to be a Christian...So this was a very brave move and I hope it does well. I'm definitely gonna follow this. I feel inspired to perhaps include some Christian themes in my own comic, lol.

Awesome art and great story so far, keep up the good work! <3
I love the sort of mixture of styles I see. The coloring reminds me of Western comics but the character designs look a little like Japanese manga. Beautiful. And the story is great so far. Keep up the good work! This is definitely something to watch and learn from! :D
I'm mad he's trying to look all nice and sweet in that last panel after roasting her father, lol.
LMAO! This has to be my favorite page. "Tables don't talk". A bit cliche maybe, but priceless 'cause its true.
But I like what he did with his hair, lol!

And that spoon is really cool o_O
Very exciting! I can't wait to see what happens next. The prince reminds me of someone I used to date, lol.
You're definitely an amazing artist! I love your use of tones; how did you figure out how to decide where to put the tones? I can't for the life of me figure it out! lol ^^;.

There's just one typo in the third panel where he says "...and dining suit to your and your father" and the first "your" should be "you". That's it! Other than that, good!
Wow
Your art is extremely beautiful. Though for the cover, I'd suggest resizing it 'cause I can't take it all in at this size. I still like it regardless though!
This made me laugh, lol.