I'm currently working on a Twine IF/game that features Don Brandenberg, who is meant to be tracking down a crime syndicate but gets asked by his superior to go on a different assignment to track down the father of a friend of the family. Terri's father hasn't been heard from in over a year and is on a colony planet.
Within the Twine IF/game I want to use a graphic novel style, to add atmosphere and produce a better experience for the reader/player. Anyway, there is no way I can create the sort of graphics I need to accomplish my goal, so I turn to free graphic sites. My go-to website is www.pixabay.com
Pixabay offers free content. See License below.
Recently I've felt it fair to include a link to the location where the image appears within the Pixabay website. Artists should be valued for their skill and, by showcasing Artist's work within your project, you are helping them get their name out there.
I've only recently been adding graphics to my creative writing prompts and have never produced a comic or graphic novel.
I bought Comic Life 3 yesterday after testing it for a day! For my purpose of adding existing artwork into a blank comic/graphic novel template, it is ideal and cost under thirty pounds!
The graphic-novel style page below was populated using the following Artist's work:
You can make modifications to content from Pixabay, which I did to make the images appear more comic-like. I used Gimp 2.10 to do the alterations and add the backgrounds. I used Saturation, Dither, Posterize, Curves and Levels. I then used a 1-pixel brush to add missing sections of the female's hands.
Originally my female character Terri was going to be meek and mild, but sometimes the available images help write the story!