Most people are creative in one way or another. Even though not all of us become artists or writers, it doesn’t mean we can’t create some stories in our minds. We just usually don’t feel confident enough to share them with others, or even put them to paper just for us to see. We feel they’re silly, not good enough, just a piece of garbage in comparison to what some other people produce.
It turns out that CSS Grid is pretty good at laying out online comics, especially if you want your comics to be flexible. In this tutorial we’ll use Barry the cat to demonstrate how to build a responsive comic.
Whether it’s the blocky 8bit graphics of the ’80s or the emotive style of Studio Ghibli, we love graphics and animation. One thing we don’t love is the extremely time-consuming process it takes to make one. So, what better to give your video project a little animated pizazz but a few of our favourite templates and tools from ThemeKeeper Market.