Making Comics Make Sense

I love comic artists. I have loved them forever and working as a comic artist was one of my dreams. I tried one for today’s reading – and making comics is much more difficult than I guessed – whether you or not you have artistic talent, making comics is hard work.

First off, I formatted the page in the wrong direction. Second off, I have only one facial expression. I am proud that it seems the people are all distinct individuals, and they seem trackable from panel to panel.

I almost didn’t post this because I realize it might not make sense if you haven’t read the book. Then, I thought that’s what I do. I’m not trying to tell you the story, or even give you an overview, what I’m trying to do is make you curious enough that you decide to read the novel. I hope you read A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki, and don’t worry if this panel comic doesn’t make sense to you.

I’d love hear whether you like the inked or watercolor version better.



4 thoughts on “Making Comics Make Sense

  1. Color is good. I had to read it twice because I wasn’t sure of the direction to read it. Maybe I needed one more exert for context of the dialogue.


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