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Sharly, January 17th, 2011, 8:59 pm

- I'm still alive! I would like to continue this.... Major art block struck. But I'm starting to shake it off. Also. Full color... it's incredibly time consuming. I'm thinking about doing it in b&w like the above picture, or possibly just flat colors. B&w would be by far the fastest. Flat colors would take a little longer, but would look possibly nicer and still be shorter than full color pages. Would you guys rather have more regular pages in b&w or just wait for the full color? Here's a poll! Please take a vote! :)

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I say black and white. I know that I personally like just getting the danged pages done when I'm working on a comic. I also just really like the look of black and white...
Any of them is fine, though, although flat colors are my least favorite. They are... flat.

posted by mk_insane on January 17th, 2011, 10:04 pm



 

I say flat color. The color looks super fantastic in this comic so I think a little would be nice. That way it's slightly less time consuming but still has a little pop of color.

posted by KeiLovesYou on January 17th, 2011, 10:40 pm





 

I definitely have nothing against b&w. Some flats or a limited palette might be a nice compromise. :)

posted by darkenergy on January 17th, 2011, 11:35 pm





 

Well, I personally wouldn't mind waiting for full color. But...
I believe horror stories are best fit in black and white. Full color probably would also work, but flat colors? Hmm, not really.
I think you should choose based on what better fits the effect you want.

posted by Bansira on January 18th, 2011, 6:48 am





 

Honestly Im fine with black and white or flat colors. It's true, full color is far too time consuming, and I mean this comic is awesome enough. ;D

posted by Falling Sky on January 18th, 2011, 3:42 pm





 

I'd be willing to see the full colors, cause it makes your comic look great! But if you had to go another way, I's say B+W, cause flats can look...

Anyway, Full-colors for my vote!

Also, love this comic so far! Anthony entertains the hell out of me.

posted by shi on January 19th, 2011, 12:21 pm



 

This picture decided it, i like the black and white better. His smile is lovely.

posted by Helix_luco on January 20th, 2011, 7:47 pm





 

I think as long as this comic keeps going, I will be happy. It is brilliant.

Flat color or black and white. I know how long full color takes, ahaha. Black and white with accents might be cool, too.

posted by trolly on January 22nd, 2011, 3:30 pm





 

I vote whatever works best for you.

There's nothing worse then losing motivation to work on a comic.

posted by ukiiukii on January 31st, 2011, 8:19 pm





 

I voted flat colours because I really love your sense of colour theory, but honestly having chapter titles in colour would be plenty for me. I think your pure black and white would be just as effective. You should stick with whatever feels like it feels finished and presentable to you. :3

posted by Skriptkitty on February 1st, 2011, 10:44 pm





 

I like colour, but I wouldn't mind a black and white, with the occasional coloured or flat coloured page... but I think whatever you enjoy doing and want to do, is very important too!

posted by Synnub on February 4th, 2011, 10:10 pm



 

I think black and white would be cool (and not so time-consuming) but you could possibly do colored pages whenever you felt they'd be appropriate.
Kind of like how manga artists sometimes get to have a few colored pages in a magazine issue.
I think your coloring looks amazing, so maybe I'm just selfish and want to see it?^^

posted by istale on February 7th, 2011, 4:38 pm





 

It depends really. If your hoping to publish, I would say full colour. But if you just want to get it done and online, do black and white and colour it later (if publishing occurs). It will make your readers more likely to buy the book version as well to see the pretty colours!

And are you sure you're still here? It's been almost 3 months...

posted by SarahGWood on April 2nd, 2011, 6:35 am



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