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      CommentAuthorFrank Allen
    • CommentTimeJan 14th 2008 edited
    Say, there seems to be not a great amount of fusion between webcomics and musics, well not as much as i would of expected. Show me where its all at.##

    Ive been trying to experiment with soundtracks and animated panels for comics, i know theres some great stuff you can do in flash. Point me the way to more folks. Plus any tips from anfollowing a similar path.

    - Experimetal web illustratorr musician, general sucky typer.
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    Man i shouldnt start threads when im half asleep.
    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2008 edited
    The web does offer alot to the future of comics I think, but music might not work so well, because of the differing reading speeds people have. I would have to say that Alan Moore's "The Birth Caul" could be considered an audio comic, especially since Eddie Campbell later illusrated it. But, If you are an aspiring comic creator don't give away your ideas for free, do something with 'em.
    • CommentAuthorjmarquiso
    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2008
    Take a look at Heroes' Graphic Novel videos:

    That's how they're doing it.

    I do think it'd be different, and (speaking as a video editor) music and sound can set the pace of how an audience follows along.
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    im already on it with the music an comic thing, i sorta just have general long piano errie theme music playing the whole time someones reading Dream Music Comic
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    yeah learning how to do flash is definately the way forward, i'l have to do some course's.
    • CommentAuthorSpadiee
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2008


    Look for Trogdor the Burninator on google.

    I can promise you that your life will be changed by what happens to the villagers.

    This is probably not the sort of webcomic you meant, but rather a sort of happy diversion from everyday monotony.

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    cheers that quite cool. you co0uld do that with a serrious comic aswell :D