I read the first sixteen pages or so, but now it's insisting that I log into the site to read the rest. I have no plans to make an account, so I guess I'll comment on what I read from the first chapter. So I'll apologize now if I'm missing something that get corrected/expanded later.
You're introducing a LOT of characters right off the bat. I don't know much about any of them yet before the fight between Draco and Kai breaks out, and I'm not sure who the protagonist is (is it Kai?) or how I feel about any of the characters. Your synopsis doesn't tell me much about what the story's about, just the character elements you include. Since I'm blocked from all but some of the first chapter, I'm not sure if I'm interested in it or not. Your intro is good though.
I like your artwork. Your linework is very clean, and you do a good job of using the panels' borders as part of the scene. There are a few pages where you have a LOT of whitespace though, like this one
, followed directly by this one
. I don't necessarily mind the gradient backgrounds, but collectively, they take up so much of the page that could be put to better use. I would shrink them, or rearrange them and make the art bigger.
The backgrounds you did for the last two panels on page 6
are much more interesting.
As far as gradients in general go, I'm not against them, but I'd say avoid using black and white as much as you can. Using a color will look better in most (if not all) cases, though figuring out which
color can be tricky. I'm not particularly good at this myself, but picking neighboring colors on the color wheel seems to be the way to go.
Your character's shoulders and necks are very stiff, but otherwise you're doing an all right job of varying poses.
I'm really not fond of the webhost you're using - it doesn't seem to work well with Back/Forward buttons in my browser. That's not necessarily your fault, but just letting you know this (along with being required to log in) is a deal breaker for me as a new potential reader. Obviously this won't be a problem for people already signed onto the site, but it's something to keep in mind if you market to outside that network.
As for promoting yourself, forgive me if you've heard of all these already, but here's somewhere to start:
has some comic listing sites that you should see about getting yourself onto. Though honestly, with the webhost you're using, I'm not sure how their crawlers will act in regards to your website's navigation. But for all I know it'll work flawlessly, so it's worth taking a look.
Another thing is Project Wonderful
, which if used correctly, may be your best source of traffic. It's an advertising service that's pretty cheap (you can even post free ads if you look for them) but the drawback is it takes time to figure out how to make it work best for your comic.
That's all I have to say for now, haha. Good job so far, and I really like your banner. I don't know if your host lets you put up extra content like wallpapers, but that would make a nice wallpaper without the text.