For some time now I've seen a lot of us (myself included) looking for critique and so forth on our comics. These are nearly always complete pages, often well into the process of publishing, and if truth be told, I think most of us (myself included) aren't going to go back and clean up the critiqued episode 5 when we're already on episode 26.
And thinking about this for a while, I believe the absolute best place for critique and advice is during the storyboard process, where you're supposed to make those changes. This is usually where an editor would give the artist their thoughts and advice, tell them what needs changes, better angles, more panels, so on and so forth.
So I'd like to start a thread dedicated exclusively to storyboards, where we can play the editor for each other and give advice that can genuinely be put into action at the time it's most needed.
It's fine to request advice of course, but please also try to do your best in offering it. I'd really like to keep this going long-term because I feel it'd be incredibly useful. I don't know if it's been done before, but I haven't really seen it myself.
Storyboards should focus on flow, good dialogue, scene setting, interesting angles and things like that. This is the step before anatomy/color/fine details/etc are really important (personally, my characters are often little more than scribbles, lol).
I do have my own board to share, but I'd like to post that outside of the starter post so I'll do so in my next one. I just really want to get this rolling and keep it moving.