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Webcomic profile: Crack Putty
Crack Putty
Learn the meaning of "existence" with our new scene-o-rama picture and complementary dictionary.
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: On hiatus
Archive url: Visit archive
Statistics
Last update: 13 days ago, 2:18 AM
Number of comics: 154
Number of subscribers: 9
Visitors: 24329 visitors (81890 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.95 (177 votes)

Webcomic description

Crack Putty is the strong, amorphous, stretchy and very versatile substance that fills the gaps between my major webcomic projects. It's kinda like Fatal Expression but better.

Authors

Edward Carter
Edward Carter
It's just Hindbodes, the guy who makes some comics when he feels like it.
Or when he feels guilty for not making them.
Fatal Expression is now the ancient past.
Crack Putty is the only thing that matters.

You live for the ants! The ant comics are all that matter!


Most recent comments left on Crack Putty

Edward Carter
One week ago
Edward Carter
Don't forget part 1! It provides a bit more context as to where these two are.
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Seabiscuit
8 days ago
Seabiscuit
Woah. The adventures of ants sure... Went to crazy places. Cool, crazy places.:)
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Edward Carter
10 days ago
Edward Carter
I wonder if I'll ever be successful in making that gigantic white thing into an actually threatening piece of "paper".
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MadJak91
11 days ago
MadJak91
Ah! Thanks for clarification then! I thought you were deciding between two out of three options and I figured coding games and comics should be a good choice to change it up a bit.

Okay! I just tried to link the ants together, haha. They are the only two ants who had multiple arcs so I figured they are important :>
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Edward Carter
13 days ago
Edward Carter
Suddenly I'm looking at the pencil way of drawing artwork, and starting to see a lot of appeal. Perhaps this will be how I draw the Heartbreak Hotel comic...

I'm still not sure if I'll make it, but I hope I do. It'd be a great depressed-day companion, for me the artist and for a reader who's like me. I'm pretty sure I know how to pull off unconfusing black-and-white once I put my mind to it, too.
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