This is the story of two co-workers that find out they are in a zombie apocalypse. I’m not sure if I’ll make more. This one I’m posting now is an introduction. I’ll post the first part tomorrow and choose whether or not to make more.


Not until you pose them properly.

What do you mean? Their poses are bad? They seems quite alright to me.

Not really. Look closer and compare your posing with others.

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Especially the one with the blue shirt.

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1st slide: Posing is wonky on both ragdolls. Pose them straight.

4th slide: White shirt’s head is slightly odd. Make it straight.

5th slide: White shirt too. Posing is awkward, make it more human-like. Nobody stands with their ass toed out.

6th slide: Blue shirt’s posing is awkward as well. Make it straight.

I understand it’s short, I didn’t put much effort into it. In this one I was trying to do better posing.


Never use MS Paint speech bubbles. It’s a common mistake for new comic makers, though.

Try to get an image program that has allows layers to help you make speech bubbles.

Download some alternative comic sans fonts aswell, such as Anime Ace.

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While you’re at it, download this: http://www.garrysmod.org/downloads/?a=view&id=115471

They help immensely during posing.