Somewhere Over the Rainbow…is a better webcomic

If life was in black and white it be pretty dull but with webcomics its a little more complex.

screen-shot-2016-09-15-at-3-34-25-pmFor most webcomic artists the simple yet complex task of coloring their comics makes their art infinitely better. One such example is the webcomic Hazy London (or as it was known as Technicolor London). For the first four volumes it’s art style was simple black and white and less detailed drawing, which was fine because the art got better as it got along and it had a fun and entertaining story. But even if it was great as it was back in the beginning there was something missing. And finally in volume five the artist gave us readers what we were missing… color.screen-shot-2016-09-15-at-3-44-50-pm

The addition of color made the webcomic one of my top favorites. Adding the color compensated for the simplistic art style and brought it to the next level. It gave the already entertaining story of the main characters more life. But besides that adding color to the story allowed the readers to know the characters better, such as knowing their hair color and clothing style.

Hazy London is just one of the many webcomics that uses color to enhance their art.

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