That's actually an interesting concept of making the manga,I would love to see your work finished and read it(though I reckon it will take you some time to finish it),so the plot revolves around the characters.Originally Posted by Link0180
It did make sense,and it seems an interesting story(to say at least).Though some parts did confuse me (like this : "Originally Posted by Link0180
After finaly getting what Maro and Zeika were really ment to do, you'd expect him to think that Maro should remain dead (after a fight with Takoda and 4 other Element-Users against Maro and Zeika), but instead Takoda insisted that they should take his body with them to the nearest lab they could find and bring him back," ,I didn't quite get what happened here),but I'm sure once you start posting the manga it will all make sense .
Also,it's interesting how Takoda reversed remsembles the German Flag,maybe this could turn into a plot-point at some time.I gather Takoda is the main character of the manga then ?
Well im glad it turned out ok, i am sorry for that one part thats confusing, most of the stuff that happens it really complicated and takes hours of explaining sometimes so if i tryed typing it all out in one go it could easily top 5000...i think, plus language skills in general isn't my stong point.
As for Takoda himself, yes, he is the main character of the manga in general, but i have to have a character thats just there for alittle bit and that'd be that, to me every character is as important as the next...sometimes it rly kills me thinking about all this coz i try rly hard to think everything through sometimes. xD
Pfff I know how it is,sometimes I also think of a story and I don't even know where to begin and most of the time I'm really lazy and don't even begin to write,because it seems too much to write .Originally Posted by Link0180
Like I said above,I know the feeling,it just seems that it's too much too think about and you don't even know where to begin lol.My suggestion would be for you to think mostly about how the manga will start out,and set a few key-points for the begining,from which the plot will latter begin to kick in.Just focus on the begining and think how the action will develop.So,in the first part,you can try to introduce the characters,maybe a little of action,include some small hints regarding the next chapters and I don't know...it's up to you how you make it.But the concept seems interesting for me,so I hope you'll manage to see it through to the end.Originally Posted by Link0180
Last edited by g0dzax; November 05, 2012 at 09:25 AM.
I know what you mean, i guess i made the mistake to skip the beginning to much before making up all the plots further into the story, but another problem i get myself stuck with is making all sorts of changes and fixes every now and then with the characters of the story itself, one of my other key characters iad constant big changes happening for reasons i'll explain when i type up my next character.
It's not necesarily like that.You can think of the plot and fix it and modify it however you want,until it looks like what you have in your mind.After you have fixed the plot and the character,you can modify your begining to suit the new,modified plot.