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Hello and welcome to the first ever (and possibly the last, depending on its success) Comic Jam!
A couple of weeks ago I posted a thread detailing the specifics of the comic jam, which can be seen here. But here's a brief rundown of the rules before I give you the theme:
Your mission if you should choose to accept it is to create a narrative comic of preferably a number of pages within 3 days, ending on Sunday the 21st at 11:59pm EST. The comic can be any length you like and, while I'm tasking my self to draw a 24 page comic, you can choose any length you'd like.
You CAN work with a partner.
For more details on the rules please see the Information Thread.
You can host the pages of your comic any way you like, be it in the art portal, in your NG dump, on a blog you have made especially. Anything.
But in submitting the comic to this thread, you must post the first page here using the 'Include Picture?' function, and have a link to the rest of the pages. Do not use more than one post.
Once the comic jam is done all of the comics will be collected into a single thread wherein people can offer their comments and critique.
Now without further ado:
The theme for this Comic Jam is:
You can interpret that any way you please. The sky is indeed the limit. The night sky, specifically.
Here is what i have, sorry for the sloppyness i had to rush it, i could not fit 10 pages into my schedule, had to cut things out and get to my neighbors house in time to scan these. wish we had more time than one weekend.
Great job everyone who participated, Perhaps we can do this again some day..... >.>.... some day in the very, very distant future..... :P
I look forward to reading everyone's submissions, and I hope you look forward to reading mine.
At 8/22/11 02:41 AM, lovingthedark wrote: Finally.
Oops, forgot a preview image. Also forgot one of the frames in the comic, but I've fixed that now.