I have never worked in that program before but since I liked the theme I decided to give it a go
Special thanks to DLMayo for forwarding the contest to me
It was a nice challenge working in a new program. I have to admit I like it a lot.
Vlad: "Wha̕t t͏h̨ę b̕a̛l͠ls͏? ͏I̸t͟'͞s ̷l̸i̸ke..͏.҉.̕ an̶ ͏e̶v̨e̸r shif҉t̷i͠ng̕ im҉a͏ge o̡f th̸ou͠san̕ds͘ ͘of ́f͝aces.̷..̨..͠ an͜d͜ ̧wh͏at's͠ wit͡h̷ t͏h̷is bòr̨d́ȩr͞ aro̡u̶n͝d ̨it̴?͟ ́i̧t's ͞l͘i̸ke͢ ̀ą.̧.̢..̧.̢ ̴gr͡een҉is̀h.́... g͢rey͢?"
Elly: "Yeah! It's like a little floating screen that just seems to pop into existence. i think it's watching our lives!
Vlad: "It ͜j̛us̛t͟..̡..̶ po̸ps͘ ̴i̢ǹt͝o ̴exi͝ste͞nce͜? ̸At r͢aǹdo̧m mome̕n͡t҉ş?"
Elly: "I think it takes pictures of us!"
Vlad: "i̵t ́t҉ake͜s͘ ̛st͡ill̡ p̛hoto̕gr̀a͝ph̛ş o̸f r̨a͠n̵d͜om ̧p̕rogr͘ess͢ive in͜st҉a̸nçe͡s ̛o̢f̢ o̷ur̷ l҉ives an̵d ̀i̛nt̶er͢a͡ctio͏ns͟? Wh͠at̵ ҉th͡e ̴heļl̕ for?͢"
Elly:"..... Are..... Are we a comic book!?!"
May I have you opinion on comics art, please?
I had problems with one professor because I said that each comics unity (a strip, one page or two pages of a comic book) has a central idea, or theme; and that an artist can make use of a page format and layout to convey and/or highlight that central idea.
She said that I was wrong but she does not understand anything about comics. May I have your opinion on the issue? In this page of Blood Stain, for example,
I think the main theme, or the main point you wanted to highlight (by skilled use of format/layout/art) is our heroine’s awe and confusion. Is that correct? Thanks.