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17th Feb 2020, 4:19 PM #1
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Amazing Chris Godbey:Homer Simpson is one that comes to mind. He's very flawed, but there's a decent man and a loving father in there.

Darkwing Duck/Drake Mallard. His adoption and raising of Gosalyn is one of my favorite parts of the show...


Your first two choices have rendered my posting in this thread moot.

But I posted anyway.

#Narcissism
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10th Feb 2020, 8:59 AM #2
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#5, then #3, then dissolve all the others in acid.
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Result in thread: Commissions Open 02/2020
"Commissions Open 02/2020", 3rd Feb 2020, 10:26 PM #3
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Commissions are open!

I am looking to do a maximum of 4-5 b&w commissions over the next week. (Daddy needs a new pair of the second half of my rental deposit!)

$45 single character
$65 two characters

Final art will be delivered digitally in a full-size high-res file, and also a smaller version to post on websites/social media
(If you want the original physical art shipped to you, there will be a shipping/handling fee.)


Please PM me here on ComicFury if you're interested.


Samples of my work:
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3rd Feb 2020, 8:34 PM #4
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I'm an Atheist who doesn't believe in souls, so "spirituality" seems like a very empty term to me. I would teach my theoretical children observable scientific reality and good mental health practices.
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2nd Feb 2020, 12:11 AM #5
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Your mom.
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1st Feb 2020, 10:55 PM #6
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Jeremy7:Which of your characters is the "Ralph Wiggum"?


Ooh, good question! Definitely Julia, she's naive and prone to childish overexcitement.


Which of your characters is the secret Dave Matthews Band fan?
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Result in thread: What's the best bean style?
29th Jan 2020, 10:37 PM #7
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deo101:I think coffee is a good style of bean.

Fail = EPIC, bro.

I think Mr. is a good style of Bean.



Jessie Blue:And sure everyone likes chickpeas, but have you tried dudepeas? They're a little more robust and flavorful (though I admit shaving the tiny beards off of them can be a little tedious).

Dudepeas standing up.
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20th Dec 2019, 11:53 PM #8
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KidCthulhu:Which of your characters would be most likely to have a leaked sex tape?

James Barrington, although he'd almost certainly have been the one to leak it.


EDIT, ninja'd.

MST3KFan:Which of your characters is likely to just buy new technology because it's NEW (ex: buying the latest iPhone or game system)?

Despite not being materialistic, Julia likes shiny new things.


Which of your characters secretly enjoys Vanilla Ice's "Ice, Ice, Baby"?
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18th Dec 2019, 9:51 AM #9
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smbhax:Bleh now it's logging me out each day.

At this point, I'd consider it a kindness.
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18th Dec 2019, 9:47 AM #10
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I got one hour of drawing done. Sounds small, but it was a genuine victory.
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Result in thread: Small suggestions thread
18th Dec 2019, 9:45 AM #11
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I'd like to be able to select more than one genre when setting my comic info. Like, for my main comic, "Action" alone doesn't tell the whole story about what readers will be getting. Being able to select two genres, "Action" and "Fantasy" (I guess) in this case, would be more accurate and informative.


...also, some of the Webcomic Art Style options are oddly named ("Golden Age" seems like a small niche). "Photographic" is the closest to what I do in my main comic, but it's not really all that photographic. Something like "Modern Comic Book Art" would be a better style descriptor.
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18th Dec 2019, 9:31 AM #12
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No.

This is Mozart to the second power when three-chord Petty will do, and do much much better with much much less. Ick to the Golden Ratio, it is made of lead. I am a struggling-to-recover overthinker, and I am telling all 'a y'all that the Golden Ratio is overthinking turned up to 11. I mean, test it for effect and learnings or whatever if you must, but don't build your life around such overexecuted nonsensery. Cripes.

CRIPES.

My tip: Don't overthink it. It's just pictures in boxes. It's just lines on paper. The general Z-motion is good for western left-to-right-and-back-again-comics, but anything more complicated than that as a perpetual springboard is waste of time and is also a compositional restriction. Free your mind, and the rest will follow.
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3rd Dec 2019, 11:10 PM #13
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Shekets:They can do heroin and beat up people without caring but ALSO have great hair.

Great hair is an important heroic quality.

Haha, are you Roger the alien from American Dad?

#PECAN SANDIES


I adore the purest superheroic heroes like Superman. In Superman: Peace on Earth, in Superman Returns... he's just the best person, the personification of empathy and kindness and morality. Captain Picard is a more human iteration of this type. I definitely respect both a lot.

I love a good anti-hero too though. Movie Deadpool being a great example. I respect his still having any moral compass at all in a fucked-up life and fucked-up world.

Good writing can make any character type interesting. Even Ned Flanders.

STUPID SEXY FLANDERS!!!
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3rd Dec 2019, 10:58 PM #14
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I suspect that was an incompetent programming oversight. They're not thinking like webcomickers. They're thinking like money-grubbing loons who want us all to buy virtual coins.

*insert world's largest eyeroll here*

INSERT IT!!!
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3rd Dec 2019, 10:28 PM #15
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Looks like SmackJeeves already deleted my comic for me because content...?

EDIT: Nope, their site just loaded sllllloooooowly. I have now deleted my comic off SJ. In addition to all the other sucky changes, resizing my comic is UNacceptable. No soup for them.
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Result in thread: Requiring Assistance
3rd Dec 2019, 10:11 PM #16
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I look at how John Cassaday does it and then rip that off to the best of my abilities. True story, not a joke post. But still hilarious 'cause I rock so DAMN hard, yo.
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"Can't Believe I'm Still Seeing Man Buns", 1st Dec 2019, 4:33 PM #17
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Really thought this had died out by now. Only Hellboy can pull it off.
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22nd Nov 2019, 9:27 PM #18
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There was no year zero, ergo the decade will not be over until the end of 2020.

What's changed? Well, I've changed from a casual listener of Taylor Swift's music to a Taylor superfan. Like, I'm editing and remixing Taylor Swift songs in my free time. Also: my parents both are dead. It's been a heck of a 9 years.

NINE!!!
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Result in thread: Where to Draw the Line?
22nd Nov 2019, 6:47 AM #19
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BlueDragon:I was trying to find the one western comic artist who was tracing Sports Illustrated women for the comics...I think he was a Marvel artist? I don't know. I don't read those kind of comics. But I know it was a bit of a controversy a while back.

I'm almost certain you mean Greg Land.
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22nd Nov 2019, 2:51 AM #20
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Vincethestick:I drew best girl Squigly a few days ago.

My jaw dropped at how damn awesome this piece is. Swearsies.
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