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- Posted: Thu, 07 Mar 2013 16:22:26 +0000
Aside from the other things already mentioned, I think you should do a bit more with the panels. I've been studying panels for a while now and it is amazing how much story telling the panels are responsible for. Especially with those angled panels. The way your eyes follow the panels is insanely important, as well as the reading direction. One thing I noticed repeatedly is that if your eyes have to travel up a angled panel the scene is typically negative because it breaks the form of normal reading and can be used to relate to the character's understanding of the scene while when your eyes travel down with an angled panel the scene is comfortable and a bit positive. It's a bit hard to explain with text, but you should definitely look into panel play, I think it can really improve your work.