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Cat Nine: Take Two! Page 50 by radstylix Cat Nine: Take Two! Page 50 by radstylix

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Trying out some lighting effects and moar improved backgrounds. Oh and Myan, that look is like, four years ago.

Oh yeah, finally we're at page 50! Hope I can make it too 100!
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Aristedes Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
So far its a good comic but as I went along it seems your missing a few pages early on ^^;. Its like seeing ABDF you may not notice at first that the C and E are missing but it doesn't take long to figure that out with most people. This does take away from the comic, which has a lot of pluses :D, as people have to stop every once in a while to figure out the missing taking them away from a good story and sadly not everyone got to find the C and E OTL.

Sorry if I sound mean and I do very much wish your comic good luck :D
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radstylix Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Huh? :|
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Aristedes Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012
Well for expamle on page five the first two scene make sense but then the cat is under the bed, you didn't show the cat's reaction to his statement or it going under the bed. Page 6 is another example ^^;. It seems like your skipping what is called still action. The act of making something seem like it is moving even if it is not.
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radstylix Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah. Well I have to move the story forward while there's limited space per strip see. I skip some parts because it's implied, or not that important in moving the story.
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Aristedes Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012
Well both are going to hurt the overall quality and the idea is to submerse your readers into the story as much as possible more you take them out of it, more harder it is to keep them reading ^^;. To some degree having "implied" parts of the story is OK mostly when it is use for symbolically or a few unneeded scenes. But you do it way too often to the point it does not flow.

I can understand you may not agree with me and that is OK I'm just giving my opinion you can use it or not :shrug:.
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radstylix Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well so far you're the only one that complained about that though, I'll keep to what I'm doing right now. :D

In any case I know enough about writing: "Like real life, with the uninteresting parts cut out", I guess you're one of the people who's a stickler for details.
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Aristedes Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012
HA most people are too nice to complain :P

I'm to some degree but so was J.R.R Tolkien, who made a book worth on "details" about his world. Did he use most of it? No but it help bring life into a great story.
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radstylix Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Heh oh well. I don't mind criticisms though, at least when they actually care about them actually improving rather than just complain about stuff they don't like.

Yeahhh comparing Cat Nine to Tolkien's work is a bit too much don't you think? I'm seriously just trying to make people laugh ya know. >_<
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sheilded-key Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
no fair they wouldn't let me wear my collar at school


(they did at first but i don't know why they changed their mind, oh well school is boring anyway)
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radstylix Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Maybe Myan happened. :D

Or maybe one of the parents complained. It's almost always because of that.
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