Autobobby1

Autobobby1

Real Name: Bobby
Age: 20
Gender: Male

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I like to make sprite/hand-drawn comics, play video games, and draw.

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Comment on くたばれ of Desu Nyan Fucking Shit
Autobobby1, Feb 23 2014 10:22 pm
This is an interesting usage of animation to lead up to what will inevitably be the main adventure. The simplistic yet bold use of lines allows us to easily understand that he is falling, yet also being dragged due to the angle. Your choice of colors for this portal sequence easily clarify that it is indeed the same burst of light from his computer, but this seemingly simple choice easily allows the audience to affirm that, yes he is in the computer now, without having to provide an in-between panel directly showing him being pulled into the computer. Such a bold decision allows for the audience to follow the story clearly without having to bog down the story with extra panels or needless exposition.
An even more interesting decision is that we can see the protagonist in a single, almost pale pink color. Such a color brings to mind a frozen state, which fits his being pulled in through a portal, as he has no actual movement, yet is still progressed into this alternate reality.
I am looking forward to your next update!This is an interesting usage of animation to lead up to what will inevitably be the main adventure. The simplistic yet bold use of lines allows us to easily understand that he is falling, yet also being dragged due to the angle. Your choice of colors for this portal sequence easily clarify that it is indeed the same burst of light from his computer, but this seemingly simple choice easily allows the audience to affirm that, yes he is in the computer now, without having to provide an in-between panel directly showing him being pulled into the computer. Such a bold decision allows for the audience to follow the story clearly without having to bog down the story with extra panels or needless exposition.
An even more interesting decision is that we can see the protagonist in a single, almost pale pink color. Such a color brings to mind a frozen state, which fits his being pulled in through a portal, as he has no actual movement, yet is still progressed into this alternate reality.
I am looking forward to your next update!This is an interesting usage of animation to lead up to what will inevitably be the main adventure. The simplistic yet bold use of lines allows us to easily understand that he is falling, yet also being dragged due to the angle. Your choice of colors for this portal sequence easily clarify that it is indeed the same burst of light from his computer, but this seemingly simple choice easily allows the audience to affirm that, yes he is in the computer now, without having to provide an in-between panel directly showing him being pulled into the computer. Such a bold decision allows for the audience to follow the story clearly without having to bog down the story with extra panels or needless exposition.
An even more interesting decision is that we can see the protagonist in a single, almost pale pink color. Such a color brings to mind a frozen state, which fits his being pulled in through a portal, as he has no actual movement, yet is still progressed into this alternate reality.
I am looking forward to your next update!This is an interesting usage of animation to lead up to what will inevitably be the main adventure. The simplistic yet bold use of lines allows us to easily understand that he is falling, yet also being dragged due to the angle. Your choice of colors for this portal sequence easily clarify that it is indeed the same burst of light from his computer, but this seemingly simple choice easily allows the audience to affirm that, yes he is in the computer now, without having to provide an in-between panel directly showing him being pulled into the computer. Such a bold decision allows for the audience to follow the story clearly without having to bog down the story with extra panels or needless exposition.
An even more interesting decision is that we can see the protagonist in a single, almost pale pink color. Such a color brings to mind a frozen state, which fits his being pulled in through a portal, as he has no actual movement, yet is still progressed into this alternate reality.
I am looking forward to your next update!This is an interesting usage of animation to lead up to what will inevitably be the main adventure. The simplistic yet bold use of lines allows us to easily understand that he is falling, yet also being dragged due to the angle. Your choice of colors for this portal sequence easily clarify that it is indeed the same burst of light from his computer, but this seemingly simple choice easily allows the audience to affirm that, yes he is in the computer now, without having to provide an in-between panel directly showing him being pulled into the computer. Such a bold decision allows for the audience to follow the story clearly without having to bog down the story with extra panels or needless exposition.
An even more interesting decision is that we can see the protagonist in a single, almost pale pink color. Such a color brings to mind a frozen state, which fits his being pulled in through a portal, as he has no actual movement, yet is still progressed into this alternate reality.
I am looking forward to your next update!
Comment on ろくでなし of Desu Nyan Fucking Shit
Autobobby1, Feb 15 2014 02:02 am
In the middle panel, we have an excellinitial
Comment on ろくでなし of Desu Nyan Fucking Shit
Autobobby1, Feb 14 2014 06:30 am
This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)This is certainly a strong start to a comic. You follow the three-panel formula excellently, providing us a beginning, middle and end. We have a perfect set-up to the character in the initial panel, perfectly displaying his naivety at the dramatically ironic statement. By stating out loud his desire to have a normal day, we -the audience- know that he will certainly have a bizarre adventure. Speaking of bizarre adventures, the poster he has is also displays his interest in the Japanese arts.
In the middle panel, we have an excellent transition into the final panel. And what a final panel it is, with a blinding light, our hero is suddenly thrust into unforseen territory, which will ultimately be a test to his character and could strain his childish character.
But what will happen, we will find out soon enough. Love the comic, keep up the good work :)
Comment on Guest Comic: The Glorious of The House of Sonic
Autobobby1, 26 Nov 2013 02:45 am
A wonderful guest comic by my friend Sarah. Thanks, Sarah!
Comment on The Tremendous of The House of Sonic
Autobobby1, 23 Nov 2013 02:08 am
The plot thickens!
Comment on EPIC!!!!!!!! of Sonic Gets Trolled
Autobobby1, 23 Nov 2013 01:39 am
i like the part where sonic floats up into the air
Comment on EPIC!!!!!!!! of Sonic Gets Trolled
Autobobby1, 23 Nov 2013 01:39 am
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Autobobby1, 23 Nov 2013 01:25 am
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Autobobby1, 23 Nov 2013 01:25 am
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Autobobby1, 21 Nov 2013 12:01 am
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