It's been a long time since the initial release of my main webcomic, so I'd like some feedback on how I can improve the first impressions, as I'm thinking of redrawing/retouching the first chapter to show the level of art it's currently at right now. Story related critique is highly appreciated too.
@Pebphiz Yo I just read through the first few pages of your webcomic, and pacing wise it's actually pretty good--it's going slow enough that I can digest the different characters being introduced, but it's fast enough that things are moving at a brisk pace. It's very comfy.
I would say the most pressing issue with your webcomic would be the panelling.
Your panels are really small and the layouts are very cramped--this leaks into the sizing of your lettering and speech bubbles as well, which make things really hard to read (especially for phone readers).
Consider making your panels larger and more spaced out--this makes it a lot easier for readers to follow what's going on, and it'll be a little gentler on readers' eyes.
I was about to say to be more careful with the placement and flow of your speech bubbles, however after taking a closer look, I realised you actually know what you're doing, so good on you for that. Just be careful not to go too wild with it, as it may confuse readers.
Other than that, I wanted to say that the draftsmanship and polish of your art improved a lot in your later episodes, so I was really happy to see that.
Good stuff mayn, and best of luck for this project--it looks very promising!