Those frames involving Strike Alpha were rather difficult and the most time-consuming of the lot with all those jagged edges to cover up with the little black lines (I'm talking about the speech bubbles), the blurring and smudging was easy in comparison.
My thanks go to Ryz Wheeling (http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/17735) for performing the edits to one of the images that I later adjusted to produce what's probably the biggest boom anyone here has ever seen in lego.
Alright, now what do YOU think of this, Johnnie Mocpages?
Quoting Sterling Knight
Nice comic! I love the freeze frame. How did you get the motion blur though? Photoshop, or did you shake the whole thing using a long shutter? Anyways, this is one of the better comics I've seen in a while.
I used the Gnu Image Manipulation Program, or G.I.M.P., to motion blur this. Shaking the camera doesn't sound worth the effort, though. Well, I'm not sure about 'better'; MOST of the comicky things around here are nothing to write home about, but I'm not awfully sure this is excellent. One thing's for sure; the next installment is going to be the worst of the lot.
Nice comic! I love the freeze frame. How did you get the motion blur though? Photoshop, or did you shake the whole thing using a long shutter? Anyways, this is one of the better comics I've seen in a while. Oh, and come check out S.N.O.T.'s new contest when you get the chance. http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=943&topicid=11475