My web comic doesn’t work on anything other than device/laptops that have the HTML and GIF files so it isn’t very user-friendly. I think in the future I will post it online because I want to create portfolio soon and I will make sure to make it a little more clear about how to interact with the comic. I think Scott McCloud would say that my web comic is a comic in the sense that film can be considered comics because they are a lot of individual frames. Also, McCloud would likely mention the way I used time in my web comic because there is a sense of time between each frame in the GIFs but there is also the user-controllable aspect of time with the “click to change GIF” part of the comic.
I made my web comic in Photoshop and Illustrator. I scanned the pictures of my pencil case, pencil, and an eraser at Avery after class and then drew the hand and pencil movement in Illustrator using the pen tool. For the GIFs to show up on the localhost website, I had to make sure that the GIF files were in the same folder as the HTML file. Overall, I learned the strengths of each software. I think I still need to familiarize myself with Illustrator a little better but I’ve become very comfortable working with Photoshop and I plan on continuing to use this software in the future for more projects I do in my free time!