09 Sep 2011

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Posted 09 Sep 2011 00:16
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Expressions Tutorial

God I'm wordy. Anyway, I'm not an expert by a LOOOONG shot, but I do know a couple things I'd like to pass on. :]

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triplexXxWerewolf 2 years ago 0
Elsiep33 2 years ago 0
Makes sense to me. Seems like good advice.
Tofwap 2 years ago 0
Good heavens, I'm not sure i would have noticed C-Mouth without this informative flyer to show me its obviousness.
TheGreys 2 years ago 0
It's everywheeeere D:
GladiatorW07f 2 years ago 0
i would fave this more, but it wont let me.
TheGreys 2 years ago 0
Awww Thanks <3
Zelnyair 2 years ago 0
I don't think truer words were ever spoken.

I am favouriting this to help learn, as I'd like to try my hand at comic strips. It would appear that the punchline is half the battle.

Thanks very much. *thumbs up*
TheGreys 2 years ago 0
That means a ton to me, I'm really glad this helped someone. Thank YOU! :D Punchlines don't matter quite as much in a comic if you accompany it with entertaining artwork. For example, "Garfield" comics suffer horribly when they have a bad punchline because of all the boring copy/paste artwork. Meanwhile, "Monroe" comics handle the bad blows better because they're appealing to look at.
KastriStar 1 year ago 0
Great advice! Sometimes it's hard to figure out how to fit a complex or combination of emotions into a face at once, but the idea of considering it just one step at a time (an element of this, an element of that) looks good. "Keep what works, leave out the rest"