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Attack of the DIAclones page 08

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Page 08 of Attack of the D.I.A.clones, Episode 04 of our Season 2.5.

:iconiskander77: Story
:iconm3gr1ml0ck: Story
:icon1314: Pencils
:iconhde2009: Inks
:iconpalmaay: Colors
:iconkenthayle: Letters


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INDEX

Cover A.
Intro page A.

Part 1:
Page 01
Page 02
Page 03
Page 04
Page 05


Cover B.
Intro page B.

Part 2:
Page 06
Page 07
Page 09
Page 10


Cover C.
Intro page C.

Part 3:
Page 11
Page 12
Page 13
Page 14
Page 15
Page 16


Cover D.
Intro page D.

Part 4:
Page 17
Page 18
Page 19
Page 20
Page 21
Page 22
Page 23
Page 24
Page 25



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saganich's avatar
ooh, nice...if only the last panel was split in 2 - seeing Good Doctor's face here is something which would contribute to the scene
TF-The-Lost-Seasons's avatar
Good point, I was also afraid of the amount of texts in that panel, at least nikita managed to make it work with doing Starscream's bubles with that electronic device effect.
saganich's avatar
Well, there's one neat trick with that:
After you have established the 'scene' (several panels or a whole page beforehand) and we *know* the place and where everybody in that place is in it, you can have one big panel (like this one, and even bigger), with graphics as simple as possible (preferably ALL in silhouette).

When arranged like that, the huge amount of text ends up looking much less clutter-inducing, and it becomes the only thing to focus on while examining that panel. The text IS the panel.

I've done it numerous times in my own work, and no one ever noticed it or said one word about it.....so I guess it must be good :D