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Jan

Here’s the full version of that panel you saw earlier.  I’m really happy with the layout…obviously there’s a constant motion to the right, which is a good general approach, but it also establishes the distance she’s going.  The figures move progressively toward the right at each row, and she overlaps the panel lines at those spots to emphasize the direction.  The first panel forces the reader to realize it’s a double-page spread—this is always important when you’re designing a spread.  You never want your reader to think they are singular pages and read it wrong!

Here’s the full version of that panel you saw earlier.  I’m really happy with the layout…obviously there’s a constant motion to the right, which is a good general approach, but it also establishes the distance she’s going.  The figures move progressively toward the right at each row, and she overlaps the panel lines at those spots to emphasize the direction.  The first panel forces the reader to realize it’s a double-page spread—this is always important when you’re designing a spread.  You never want your reader to think they are singular pages and read it wrong!

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    Need to pick up volume 3 of this series! >
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  11. dayquipper said: Loved this layout! However, the .cbr files Image provides usually split double page spreads into two separate pages which made it harder to experience properly - only now do I see the nice touch of extended panels to the left and right. Great work!