The Forty-Seventh Comic

The Forty-Seventh Comic
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14th Mar 2012, 11:14 PM
I love the fanciful feel you have going on here, and the originality of your art!

Not sure if this is helpful or not, but remember that to an artist, space is time. The eye will tend to linger on pictures that have lots of space, like the first page, so you may be able to work that to get the pacing you like. For example, I spend a lot of time staring at the right panel on the first page, but go through the second page much more quickly.

There's something funky going on with the right panel of the first page - the borogoves have crisp, sharp lines, while the rest of the work has a much softer feel.

Overall, it looks fantastic! Keep up the good work!
14th Mar 2012, 11:17 PM
I love the art style! :)
Are the mouth/hand at the end supposed to be those of the narrator (the father, if I'm remembering right)? At first I expected them to be of the creature itself, but I think your way makes more sense because we're just hearing about it, but haven't seen it yet.
Also, I think mome wraths is supposed to be two words.
Overall, I think it looks really great!
15th Mar 2012, 8:46 AM
You are amazing! I love it! I might make the text in the first couple panels larger. Because it is so small and the drawing so open(I love that by the way) I didn't really experience them as one thing. Those hands are wonderful!
15th Mar 2012, 10:19 AM
The art is really impressive! I love all the light and shadows.

I feel kind of cheated out of the mome wraths, though--can you add another panel for them? (I only see borogroves in the one that's there.)

I also second the thought that I was expecting to see that Jabberwock in the last few panels, but, upon further reflection, having the narrator there makes sense too. It's just a little meta...