Webcomics need characters. The reader is going to need someone to focus on and associate with when they read your work.
Love them or hate them, there are many issues surrounding making a fan comic that those who are interested in making them should know.
There’s a general assumption that we can tell a lot about a person by the way they look, so, in comics, we have to be aware of what impression we are intending to create.
The majority of good writing in the world comes from two camps: those who are just so damn good they don’t need to fuss over the minutiae because they got it right the first time; and us poor humans.
There are several methods of scripting a comic and today we’re going to look at the main three styles that crop up again and again in the word of webcomics.