yes, that's right! it's my poor attempt at a double spread page!!
and not only that, we've just hit 300 pages!
also 20 subs!!
a lot of stuff is happening!!!
thank you everybody for sticking around so far. i hope you continue to enjoy the story!
( also just in case this doesn't work here's an imgur link to the double spread: https://imgur.com/a/iuTK07f )
it looks grrrreat! and congrats on 300 pages! this was the comic that got me into making my own webcomics so thank you too!
im glad to be the one to get ya in on the comic stuff!
please keep up your drawing stuff too! and thank you!!!!!!!!
Double spread page!
Though, you have text in the no-fly zones for that.
I can tell you more about it if you're interested!
sure, why not? i'd love to hear more
(is it the sfx text in the middle? i was afraid that it'd look too empty since it's a not very detailed locale)
Here's a really basic example of safe zones and bleed areas.
The only problematic part of your page is the bottom middle panel, which would be sunk into the spine of the book, and a lot of it would be unreadable.
Your split talk bubble at the top is more what you'd wanna go with, albeit that should probably be even a little more spread out.
ngh...i didn't even consider traditional measurement stuff for comics. i haven't been considering it at all, really! and here i was entertaining the thought of printing out my own personal copy of the webcomic some day. lol
i'll have to keep it in mind next time to try and make it more authentic. thanks for the pointer!
No sweat! A quick fix is to swap the last two panels, though it might offset the pacing a little.
daz a big vent
at this point we'd be hard-pressed to keep calling it a vent lol