Published On: February 10, 2021

Right Out the Funny Bone

That looks.... SO uncomfortable.

7 thoughts on “Right Out the Funny Bone


    1. Ryan Gindlesperger

      Oh my god, that’s hilarious xD


    Tell us how you *really* feel, Sare.

  3. I really, really like the floating heads concept. When you don’t have to draw bodies, or even give the characters a reason to be physically present in the story line, the panels REALLY open up and you can do a lot more in them. The heads become sort of a Greek chorus thing. And, I agree with Ash, I’m really enjoying the view here. 🙂

    1. Ryan Gindlesperger

      It’s suuuuper useful and I should have started doing that earlier.

    2. I especially like the fact that the floating heads are 3D and situationally aware. This is probably one of the best representations of the concept, it works *really* well with the page composition and the action.

      If it was just a method of tagging speech bubbles it wouldn’t work anywhere *near* as well, because this shows what the off-screen character is reacting to, which helps the narrative flow and the conversation.

      1. Ryan Gindlesperger

        Long long time back I went with a color-coding system. I like this much better.

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