Comic 204 - HOTWAB - Escape from Gencorps #7

3rd Nov 2017, 3:45 PM in HOTWAB 4
HOTWAB - Escape from Gencorps #7
Average Rating: 5 (2 votes)
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Author Notes:

Shaneoid 3rd Nov 2017, 3:45 PM edit delete
Shaneoid








Too green? I wanted the glare to be vivid but I don't know how it'll come over. Anway hope you enjoy Friday's HOTWAB.

I'm also celebrating a year of uploading the sister comic Night Twink, which started out over on Webtoon and shifted over here to Comic Fury recently! It has been a fun creative journey!













Comments:

Bracey 7th Nov 2017, 10:00 PM edit delete reply
Overall the green doesnt bother me too much except in panel 3 where it became quite difficult for me to figure out what was going on because enough of Roidmantis's body was washed out in the green glow that I couldnt figure out his positioning within the action of the scene.

Another crit would be GIant's left arm in the first panel. The way its colored makes it seem like the arm and hand on on two different planes.

Im thinking that huge crab is about to bust loose and end up fighting with the mantis. That would be pretty cool but I hope Roidmantis survives the encounter cause I really like him as a character.

Congrats as well on Nighttwink! I really liked seeing the 2016 vs the 2017 images side by side. It really shows how much your work has progresses since then. Your coloring is much more sophisticated. Any reason why you switched it from Webtoon to Comic Fury? As I recall HOTWAB is on Comic Fury as well.

Look at me being all long winded and such today.
Shaneoid 7th Nov 2017, 11:13 PM edit delete reply
Shaneoid
Hey thanks for the feedback, are you reading this on a tabletop or a tablet if I may ask?

I brought Night Twink to Comic Fury so I could allow the comic to be a little more adult and do things Webtoon wouldn't allow me to get away with.
Bracey 10th Nov 2017, 6:26 AM edit delete reply
I real all my web comics on either my computer or my laptop so I can enjoy the best screen size and image quality.

Ah I'd wondered. In my research on where to host web comics the consensus seemed to be that Webtoon was not a good pick for the superhero genre. I believe most comics that do well there tend to be slice of life or fantasy titles.

Im thinking Comic Fury will be the place for Mr Happy when I get it going.
Bracey 10th Nov 2017, 6:26 AM edit delete reply
I real all my web comics on either my computer or my laptop so I can enjoy the best screen size and image quality.

Ah I'd wondered. In my research on where to host web comics the consensus seemed to be that Webtoon was not a good pick for the superhero genre. I believe most comics that do well there tend to be slice of life or fantasy titles.

Im thinking Comic Fury will be the place for Mr Happy when I get it going.
Shaneoid 10th Nov 2017, 3:50 PM edit delete reply
Shaneoid
If you look at Webtoon, the popular comics are very manga inspired, lots of that big eyed cutesy stuff. There's some fantastic Western style artists there but they don't seem to hit it off with the worldwide audience, especially in the superhero section. But at least there IS a superhero section, and they occasionally promote it. Comic Fury's the place to be IMO.
Bracey 10th Nov 2017, 5:20 PM edit delete reply
Good to know, Im definitely gonna go with COmic Fury. Thanks for the input.

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