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I prepared faster this time to work on this challenge. I started with the first two frames, which of course I did not like either of them, but I am going to share the full direction of pieces here even the failed ones. I will definitely share better frames in this time. Failure is not always bad
Unfortunately, I did not have the opportunity to participate in this challenge at the specified time. When I saw today that the time of the challenge is coming to an end, I said that I have to work on at least one storyboard page to play a role in this challenge. In the next challenge, however, I will do a complete job The desired text is in the storyboard.
(2 of 2) One thing I enjoyed doing this challenge was refining my art pipeline to get these drawings done more quickly. Not only did I have to streamline how I stylized the characters, shading, and environments, but I also had to change the order and the process with which I went about making the artwork. This challenge helped me unlock a new skill, in a sense.
Hi! Here's my comic submission for the storytelling challenge. The short scene will hopefully speak for itself, but here's a brief overview of the backdrop I had in mind: In early Christian Poland the tension between the old pagan faith and Christianity is mounting and feelings are running high not only between people but also between the spirits of old, folk saints and devils. A new dawn is rising, a war is afoot and those who want to take part the least will come to suffer the most. And that's that :) BTW, the title, "Zorza", means "aurora". Cheers!
Here is my proko challenge. I am still learning figure drawing and I decided to create a piece to re-imagine a classic filipino novel "Noli Me Tangere". The book was so controversial that it sparked the Philippine Revolition in 1898.
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Here's the process for my piece! There's still a lot to work on, details are rough, but the general idea is there. What do y'all think? Any advice?