008 - Septum

posted 15th Feb 2011, 4:00 PM

008 - Septum
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view Saprophyte's profile

15th Feb 2011, 4:00 PM

Saprophyte

Testing out new digital bubbles and text! They'll look better, I think, when I switch to hot-press paper--cold-press is textured, which is what's making the comic look "dirty," at least in comparison to the originals in my hand.

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view Linden's profile

15th Feb 2011, 4:04 PM

Linden

I have a question... how do you control watercolor so well?

I'd also like to say: since I found this comic, it's been the highlight of my evenings whenever I find an update just solely due to the art. However being asexual myself, I'm really interested in how the story will develop.

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view mushroomisland's profile

15th Feb 2011, 5:10 PM

mushroomisland

beautiful beautiful art o_o

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16th Feb 2011, 4:13 AM

Shamus

Our hero seems to be at least a little flustered. And when our mains switch to a "mini chibi" mode it's kinda adorable.

I am all kinds of excited to see what's coming. And by not "hard drawing" the dialogue in, does that possibly mean we could get "raw" versions of the comic?

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view Butt Hunter's profile

20th Feb 2011, 10:15 PM

Butt Hunter

Your art is nothing short of phenomenal.

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view quetzacoatl's profile

3rd Mar 2011, 6:55 AM

quetzacoatl

It's amazing how much text can change the look of the comic. Nice.

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23rd Aug 2011, 8:08 PM

Karyl

I find that using watercolor pencils, crayons, and chalks can add some extra workability to otherwise difficult situations--now that you can get those options. The pencils and the crayons let you add water to blur, pull and otherwise extend the areas and lines, if you haven't had the chance to use them. LOVE your art!

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