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March 2nd, 2015, 6:06 pm

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Reply Ultimate Yoshi, March 2nd, 2015, 6:06 pm

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Reply ThatOneSpriter, March 2nd, 2015, 6:44 pm

Has there ever been an author comic with actual consistency??

Reply ForestFire, March 2nd, 2015, 7:07 pm

@ThatOneSpriter: Yeah. Some of them have scripts.

Reply DeeBert (Guest), March 2nd, 2015, 7:14 pm

Here's what I think what could make a great co-author comic:

-Use scripts, it helps avoid the plot to become unfocused. Scripts may be altered a bit, but they shouldn't be too different.

-Give tutorials on how to do the styles, it should avoid the clashing text and speech bubbles differing.

-Try doing something, like a turns-based thing. So say we have like four authors, and the main author gives a PM or something that it's their turn to make it. This might not turn out great, depending in how active your co-authors are. But it helps with comic pages appearing out of nowhere.

-To avoid long hiatuses just because you're waiting for your co-authors to update, then either try only letting the active ones, or let someone else do the page.

These steps aren't perfect, but I think a great co-author comic can be made with these steps.

Reply Blizzard, March 2nd, 2015, 8:37 pm

It's interesting because the majority of multi-authored comics always have like some recolored sonic characters with no real sense of characterization and a random story line. It's not to say this comic had ALL of those elements but the majority of multi authors comics (from what I've seen) do.

Reply witswithme, March 2nd, 2015, 9:25 pm

I had a feeling that it would be torn apart like this.. @Ultimate Yoshi: Eh. That's life.
Also, the Super Sonic recolor? He's currently being redone, due to a complaint that was issued before this review.

I will admit, we did have a plan at the beginning, but it kind of spiraled as it continued on. We had some problems properly writing each others' characters, like Claude, and the differencing spriting styles were a bit of a problem. The intros were meant to be a bit vague, though. The plan was to simply send them to the castle and then it would continue from there, but we didn't want a "Hey, we're suddenly in a castle; who are these people?" kind of thing. Sorry for the uninteresting intros; my bad (for mine at the very least).

As for the "Chaos 0 recolors" and the shapeshifters, I'm getting to that in the next update.

As for the state of this co-author comic, I'm still working on it, but it's not a top priority. I'm currently working on three other comics (two of them being co-author comics) and I'm also in college.

Again, sorry for the comic not being the best of 'em, but I thank you for pointing out the flaws within them.

Reply The_Project, March 3rd, 2015, 1:12 am

meh, atleast it isnt we didnt get 0

Reply Josephk, March 3rd, 2015, 2:32 pm

2.5 out of 10? Eh, I expected that kind of outcome.

But at least someone finally gave me a critic! How long has it been? I never knew if I was improving, worsening, or staying at the same level. This review will help me a lot for when I continue making comics.

Also dang, generic recolors with horrid color combinations? Wish someone told me that sooner... then I would've gave them a more unique change like Nathan's.

Reply Neon-J, March 4th, 2015, 11:53 am

@ThatOneSpriter: If the "Defeat Anyone" series counts, then yes. One has. (Although I can see the argument of why it doesn't count, given that the two authors are brothers which live in the same house, iirc.)

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