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Comic profile: Goud
Goud
A tale of war and love
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Romance
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 2 days ago, 4:18 PM
Number of comics: 8
Number of subscribers: 0
Visitors: 3691 visitors (90391 pages viewed)
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Comic description

A comic about war and love. Mature readers only. Contains LGBT + characters and gay romance.

Authors

LJ Phillips
LJ Phillips
I'm a former art lecturer and bodyguard (which sounds much cooler than it ever was) who has been building a fantasy fictionverse for a couple of years. I've participated in numerous group exhibitions, had three solo exhibitions and published several short stories. My work is mostly digitally painted but occasionally blends 3D and photographic techniques.

Most recent comments left on Goud

LJ Phillips
2 days ago
LJ Phillips
Vincent really does look like a vampire bat without his mask. No wonder he's convinced that no one will voluntary be with him.

I've noticed that "deformity" still equals evil in many comic books. That's something I want to avoid. Vincent is a sweetheart.

Notes: Settled on a more stylized look for the comic. Easy for readers to follow and easier on my eyes when I'm doing the artwork.
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LJ Phillips
10 days ago
LJ Phillips
No page for the next couple of days. I have to go to the doctor about sudden vision issues. Probably just a bad case of eye strain.

The latest page is done but I'm not sure if it looks up to scratch because of some intermittent blurry vision/dimming vision. I'll get this sorted by my doc. Patrons will get the latest page on the weekend and everyone else will get it on Tues 22
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LJ Phillips
9th May 2018
LJ Phillips
No problem, Tim. I enjoyed your story and Vincent at Auvers. Thanks for sharing :)
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Tim Goldstone (Guest)
9th May 2018
Hello, thanks for the comment you left on Flash Fiction Magazine about my story Dangerous Shoreline. I thought regarding Van Gogh
this might interest you - http://www.ekphrastic.net/the-ekphrastic-review/vincent-at-auvers-by-tim-goldstone
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LJ Phillips
9th May 2018
LJ Phillips
Introducing Al. No, he's not a natural blond.

Notes: Although Al originally had dyed red hair in the concept art, the blond looked much more dramatic in the finished piece.

Goud © and ™ Phillips. All artwork, concepts and related characters are copyright and trademarks of Phillips. Any unauthorized use of the characters. concepts or artwork here will result in legal action
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