Which Lantern Corp are you in?After reading Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn several days ago, I thought of how cool an idea it would be to being up a discussion revolving around one question:More Like This
What Lantern Corp are you in?
For those who aren't comic savvy, the Lantern Corps are different types of groups of beings (Aliens, Humans, you name it) that use one of seven different colored rings that are powered by their strongest emotion. They can use these rings for either good or evil, and they are chosen when they display an amazing feat of the emotion that the corps represents.
Here are the different corps and the corresponding emotions:
Green Lantern Corps: Willpower, doing what they feel is right wholeheartedly, and never accepting total defeat.
Blue Lantern Corps: Hope, looking at the bright side in the darkest of times, always seeing a way out.
Red Lantern Corps: Rage, the will to avenge themselves against those who have wronged them, and let the universe pay for their fate.
Purple Lantern Corps: Love, finding it withi
My Top Ten Tips for Starting a WebcomicMore Like This
(aka "I Wish Someone Had Told Me This")
Are you thinking about starting a new creative endeavor that involves sequential art? Something you hope beyond family and friends will read? Have you thought about this project at all past the initial "can't wait to start working" phase?
Stop. Listen to what I am about to say. Many webcomic writers/artists make the same mistakes (myself included) by jumping straight to the "let's start drawing now" phase, bypassing the planning stage. Here are the most important items to consider before you even ink out the first strip:
Consider if there is a chance your comic will become printed. Not only do you need to consider its dpi (dots per inch), CMYK comes into play as well. It is much harder (sometimes impossible!) to retroactively make these changes instead of making the comic print-friendly beforehand. You can't enlarge a small comic that is built for the web without great quality re