I knew there was one thing left to finish - panel borders! What do you think - yay or nay?
Hmm... They look ok without borders, but they would look good with them too. Panels 3 and 4 have rather thick ones compared to panels 1 and 2 though.
I agree about the thickness - I thought it was worth a test, but I disliked them as soon as I posted them. Only trick with GIMP is that you can't go back and correct little things like that the same way that you could in Comic Book Creator. (I can't recall if those were default or a moderate size, though... more experimenting!)
I like the thin borders and the panels with no borders. Maybe save the thicker borders for scene changes or something. Yeah, Judi isn't one to mess with.
Good suggestions, thanks!
Since I'm currently working on some comics theory modules for the library, it's tough to let such an essential part of the comics vocabulary - the panel border - go to waste. I'm hoping to work in some borderless images, but I think they'd work best with a plain, featureless backdrop instead of the definite Lego set. Or maybe I'm overthinking things. ;)
No offence, but shatner isn't acting very well, shatner-like. He should be less of a standard idiot and more of a self centered, arrogant jerk.
None taken, guest. The key to remember is that all these guys are from alternate realities, so they get changed up a little for characteristics. Gielgud, for example, was a notably cerebral actor with impressive gravitas - here, he's a Kabuki Ninja with a rather sunny personality. This Shatner was a pop star - thanks to Hecate's magic. Different experiences will do different things to a person.
Hope you're enjoying it otherwise!