This took some time to implement but I'm really happy with the result. Here's how it works:
You can watch this feature in action on Twitter:
To help me know which features to build into motioncomics.io, I've started building motion comics with code to gather some feedback on what kind of motion comics readers would enjoy reading.
The first motion comic I made with code is a web-based imitation of the motion comic cutscenes of the game Gravity Rush 2. Check it out here:
I received some good feedback on makingcomics.slack.com:
Other issues were listing too, along with encouragement regarding the concept.
The next step is to address those issues. I have already polished the speech bubbles and the two other issues will be addressed soon.
After the release on Product Hunt, Genbeta saw the product and wrote an article about it! https://www.genbeta.com/web/crea-comics-animados-de-una-manera-sencilla-y-gratuita-con-esta-web
I'm working on motioncomics.io to improve how motion comics are created and published on the web.