Tried to keep it simple, as the instinct is always there to put all the bells and whistles one can possibly come up with. This is the basic "enhanced printed page", but still an enhanced printed page. Won't rest until I find a way to abolish all the print devices: panels, gutters, balloons, the whole lot! Thanks for the kind words
Story and art are great . The motion is very good.
& now the minute of technical talking if you are OK with that .
The only thing , and I m not sure about what I will say , is the speed of the text .... the text appears bloc by bloc , or baloon after baloons , very speed . We have not the time to read than another part of text appears .... may be it's too speedy .
and in a similar way , maybe the timing between the differnt panels is too short/speedy to fit exactly with the atmosphere.
anyway your work is very good, and it's also a global thinking about the speed with the MotionBookTool. What do you think about it?
Man, I love talking about the technicals of MB, especially with someone who has experence in it!
The speed: Τhat's what tap points are for. I have put one on every panel, (roughly one every two baloons) and no text disappears unless you tap the red arrow to proceed. So it's up to the reader to impose the speed, rougly like what he would do in print, but with the annoying feeling you get on live streaming when internet speed is slow. NOt perfect, but still a fairer deal than tv/movies and subtitles.
I'll read Babylon again tomorow to see if I have the same feeling (and for the pleasure) And maybe my connection had troubles with the MB reader. Yesterday I tried to read the Oracle to see hat is my feeling after few months , and at my big surprise some sounds effects were not at the same place I relaoded the MB and after few test the sounds effects were again at the good place .
That happens to me in the tool. Sometime what should be a fluid motion appears erratic, but after publishing the finished thing, everything appears as it should! (Except when I actually did a mess, of course!)