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When scripting comics, do you prefer to provide a detailed panel layout and detailed descriptions of each panel, or give a more general description of what should be on the page and let the artist do the rest? matthewjacksonwrites I’ve talked about this countless times, and some time spent with Google would probably find you [...]
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