Hi, I hope my critiques can be of any help ! I'm not that good, but i try to keep them as construtive as possible !
@Iridescent_Bismuth I had a look through your comic, and i absolutely love your sense of colors. Like the light from the fire affecting the surrounding characters and objects. The emotions are conveyed clearly through their body-language and facial expression. the only critique I can come to think of is (for example) on page 3 I think what you're trying to achieve is foreshortening on the top left frame. If that's not it then please disregard, but if it is I'd recommend trying to layer more bodyparts. Like the head obscuring the neck and around the collarbone, the torso obscuring the legs and so on. Except for that I think you've done a great job with making the bodyparts smaller the further away they are ! Over all great work, hope my very vague critique can be of some help and good luck with future pages ^^ !
@nunchigoya I looked through the pages of your comic, and I'm really liking the pacing of your story, with a small introduction to begin with, giving a nice feeling to start of with ! I'm also liking the font you're using, it's very clear and easy to read, the bubbles are nicely placed without knowing that much about it I think they're a comfortable size and the distance between them feels natural. Starting off with a comic with a vertical layout is a huge project, and the transitions can be very tricky to get right throughout the panels. But i think you've done great keeping the color scheme consistent. I'm not certain as to which program you're using, but if you're working in a program that can utilize layers I'd recommend looking more into using them. This can help you get rid of the white lines between your lineart and colors that you can see in the frame while the girl is sitting by the bed. Other than that, I think you're on the right track, and I wish you luck with the rest of your pages !
This is my comic "United We Stand". I have just recently finished the second page, and the prologue is now over. The pages are very dark to fit the story, place and theme, but the upcoming pages will mostly be light and much like the first few frames of the first page. I would still like some critique to know what i can imporve now that the real story will begin !