Recently, I found an old Sonic comic that I made quite a while back. From what I could tell, it is perhaps a good 7 years old, and so most of it felt foreign to me as I read it. Foreign in the sense that the structure is laughable. Imagine a crummy fanfiction, if you will, that was given the honor of being translated into a 100+ page comic. That's what I made then, and that's what I'm looking at now.
With that said, I'm thinking about posting it.
Not as a legitimate art piece, mind you, but as a means of entertainment. I fully recognize that this mess of a comic book is sub-par in quality, and that's why I wish to present it in a style like most "A Dramatic Reading Of..." videos. So yes, this will be presented with voice-acting. Along with pauses for commentary on it as well. More importantly though, I want it to uphold the same message underlined in "Filler Art: the Message", that all artists came from very humble beginnings, and through the means of practice and constant aims at self-improvement, they can advance their prowess. This time, we'll be looking at the aspect of storytelling and comedic appeal, among other things.
So with all of this in mind, I want YOUR opinion on this. Should I go through with this?
(I'll gladly accept help in the "voice-acting" department; auditions/reels requested >.>)
and various background characters
Listening to: Fan Remixes of Sonic music
Watching: Let's Plays
Eating: Cheeseburgers C: