http://www.comicstripgenerator.com has another online comic strip maker ;)]]>
all graphics are mine, well except for the two grafitties, which i borrowed from guys from the same crew i’m in (ZEK)- but traced it myself :)]]>
Thanks for stopping by!
The Y axis really does help to maintain a commonality between them. Everyone who has done a project like this seems to pick a different line in the sand between order and chaos, and the technical capabilities of your system really push towards the chaos end!
Did you also do all the art, or was it made by a team / borrowed / user contributed?]]>
Thanks for the reference - I followed up on it. Actually, I may survey a couple others at some point. We need a word other than Generator or Creator for these text-image juxtaposition kits. I’m thinking of McCloud’s “juxtaposed pictoral and other images in deliberate sequence” definition of comics - although his basic definition omits words, obviously I’m interested in this kits as combining pre-existing graphics with free-form text.
Perhaps we should call them Sequencers - or better, Juxtaposers, as distinct from combinatoric output programs like Generators.]]>