T-Rex: Comics is today's trendy new medium that allows for infinite variation in artistic expression! The comics you draw today can be ENTIRELY DIFFERENT than what you create tomorrow!
Narrator: HOT TIPS FOR HOT CARTOONISTS
T-Rex: Remember: when drawing your comics, be sure to use all sorts of different shots: close ups, establishing shots, and more. Many beginner cartoonists will find one shot they like and then use it over and over, stopping only when the comic ends. Dromiceiomimus: And don't let your characters "stand" on the panel border! CLASSIC beginner mistake.
Utahraptor: Almost as bad as when they hover juuust slightly above it. T-Rex: AGREED
T-Rex: Also, don't be afraid to draw backgrounds: yes they take time, but they establish where your characters are in space, and make the comic much more visually satisfying! Utahraptor: Without backgrounds, your characters are lost in a featureless white void from which there can truly be no escape.
T-Rex: And finally, and perhaps most importantly, be sure to make your comic large enough so that you can fit everything you want to say inside the space you've allotted for yourself without having to crowd your characters with words and, in the worst case, cramming extra verbiage into whatever marginalia you
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