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22nd Sep 2017, 11:38 PM #1
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To me covers have always made sense, even in a digital medium. I started publishing my work on a forum, and it would always be one full chapter at a time, mostly monthly. A cover worked for me, for presentation and also as means to showcase characters. They're also incredibly fun to make, and as someone said, you do have the feeling of being in a break of sorts while actually still working on the comic. It's a win/win.
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19th Sep 2017, 4:10 PM #2
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Well this one's easy! Considering Brides of The Hunt's assets consist mostly of either MMORPGs or single player RPGs, the choice is obvious. It would probably end up being a sort of eastern MMORPG with an emphasis on character customization... and physics :P
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15th Sep 2017, 4:03 PM #3
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Just the first of probably several "test" pictures with Alex, guest character from Bordello.
Seems she gets along quite well with Raven :P

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6th Sep 2017, 1:23 AM #4
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Anywhere from 2 hours to 2 days, depending on many things, but I'd say 5 hours on average.
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4th Sep 2017, 10:42 PM #5
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Last page of BoTH was sort of naughty I guess ^^'

1080p!
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13th Aug 2017, 2:33 PM #6
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Aran Frogatt's ARKIAN Female Knight
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Result in thread: Who wants MORE pinups?
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24th Jul 2017, 7:21 AM #7
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Aran_Froggatt:And here we go! Another pinup, this time for GIL. I like this one.

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I really like Raven, she's just badass!

JuicyGrey, you're next according to the list.
However, I think it's a little arrogant of you to curtly tell me to change my hosting provider, and then inform me that I'm doing a pinup for you with no references.
Could you please choose a character, or a selection of a few with some references?
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Woohooo! SO SAVED! Wow man good stuff. A lot of attention to detail! The garb, the muscle tone... and talk about an absolutely perfect tattoo job! I like how you went for "old style" Raven, gotta get that eyepatch back somehow ^^'

Thanks a ton! I guess I'll be preparing something for you soon enough :)
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Result in thread: Who wants MORE pinups?
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9th Jul 2017, 10:54 PM #8
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Welp, I was going to drop you a big, ranty, juicy review for Arkian on your other thread when you were done, but hey, don't worry about it! Take your time (^~^)

Seriously, take your time. No biggie friend.
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8th Jul 2017, 7:46 AM #9
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Ok, here goes my review of The Sovereigncy by Rayne/NearMintMill. Instead of your average analysis, this will be a recollection of my experience as a reader. I'm going to ramble like a madman, buckle up.

[spoiler]First page, let's go: Woaaaoh my god! Impressive. Straight up. Love the art. Top stuff. The narration introducing us into this world... epic, rich. I'm liking this. I'm in.
Holy Moses, decapitation on page 3!! Oh boy! Bet this is going to be action-packed too! I'm in for a treat! I mean, this world looks amazing and original, with it's blend of technology and fantasy. and these people look like they're out of a fashion sketchbook. Digging it.

Around 10 pages in: woh woh... I think I got like, completely lost. Those were a lot of names, and a lot of similar faces and designs! Am I just retarded? Is this too highbrow for me? *spends a willpower point to force focus* I'm not giving up! Just power through, it'll make sense soon enough.

Around 30 pages in: Erhm nope. the struggle is real. Every character has one or two clones that look almost exactly like them. Nate, Bella, Missa, Seb, Carus... urhm... veggie guy? Shit, that's all I got. I get the gist of what's going on, ofc. And hell, it's pretty clear this world was full of life even before you decided to put it on paper. But I feel like I'm lost in the middle of an ocean. The surface of it, to be precise. I want to go deep so bad, but it just refuses me. I float. We all float down here.

I get to the Arx's powers and characteristics pages: an actual piece of land I can put my feet on! Great! My god, this lore is something else. I'm jelly, my world looks like a baby thought it up under 5 minutes in comparison. The art... bet you've heard it a zillion times, but you're gifted. Proper kudos.

Waaaay ahead: killing off Missa like that... not cool. It just felt so cheap! And the fact that Saren made it and she didn't... I was salty. I really liked her. Witty Nate can't make up for this, even if he so dreamy. Attone.

End of chapter 1: Seriously, chapter? More like book! I won't lie, it took everything I had as a reader to get here. Again, I'm sure you've heard it almost as much as the high praise for your art and page design, and probably as much as your questionable choices in font and bubble art too... Chapter one is dense as a neutron star.

I've read all of chapter 2 too, btw. You clearly learned a lot from your past mistakes. Focusing on Jake and Kass, smart. A more contained story that lets us appreciate the characters and develop a connection to them. You know you're on the right path, like blindfolded Kass. Not much more to say on that. Well, that Red is cool, I guess.

I got the feeling throughout the comic that even though you have more than enough talent to deal with them, you don't really enjoy making action scenes. It's "People talk: the Webcomic" syndrome. You had so many great and powerful characters in there, amazing magical powers, guns and tech, and what did we get in the end? I mean, at one point Nate and Saren just start talking in the middle of a fight, completely chill, and devour all the focus. I laughed in frustration. The end bomb scene was pretty anticlimatic too, with the aforementioned bad on bad crime. It's like you look for a quick way out, instead of embracing the action. I'd say your work not only needs more of it, it's begging for it.

Regarding this, I had a sort of epiphany re-reading the comic... your main world elements are light/dark/order/chaos, very untraditional, mostly metaphysical/conceptual rather than the usual physical ones... that says a lot about you and your work right off the bat. You need some Earth, Wind, Water and mostly Fire in this thing. And in you. You are so close to complete and indisputable greatness it's not even funny.

Oh my, I think this review got out of control. Anyway, I hope I wasn't too harsh, please forgive me. I could have sung some typical praise and overall just be conventional, but I couldn't resist going a bit nuts. You're a very gifted visual artist, and a master crafter of Worlds (are you actually a team, or is this just one person? I'm not sure) please don't feel discouraged. This is just the opinion of a man who likes boobs and violence. At any rate, you do excellent work, and with a small shift in balance you could achieve universal acclaim, a possibility other lesser mortals like myself can only dream of. [/spoiler]
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7th Jul 2017, 2:42 PM #10
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revzet:...But for me I like quality over quantity more, and really don't like splitting up important scenes that would flow so much better if they were read immediately after the other.


This is actually a pretty solid reason. I might just do that for certain scenes.
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7th Jul 2017, 6:31 AM #11
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I don't really get how this is a thing. First of all, the layouts easily save your last page read, so there's that. And logic dictates that if you really enjoy something, you would want as much of it as possible. With a predictable pace like that you can always wait to read a good chunk anyway.

Sure, you could do bulk updates. But then you lose that page by page focus. I like my regular readers to appreciate every single page I put out for what it is. I don't expect a lot of comments anyway.

Ofc people like me who do 3D stuff or artists with a lighter style are the only ones who can keep up indefinitely with this. I spend around 3 hours on each page, and creating a buffer is easy.

On a side note, I've never unsubscribed from a series because "it updates too often". That doesn't make much sense to me. But I have unsubbed from works I can easily access anyway (always in a pop tab) and didn't fully read. Only subbing when you're hungering for an update seems sensible.
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5th Jul 2017, 2:53 AM #12
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"I come from the Yomi Plane. It's such a boring place!"
Seriously, Belariel? :/
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3rd Jul 2017, 4:38 AM #13
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Fubuki: the last of her kind, totally badass (the tough as nails kind), fears nothing, loyal, disciplined, strict, selfless, great asura-esque design.
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3rd Jul 2017, 3:24 AM #14
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I'm in! I've seen these a couple of times and always been tempted to join, so... why not?

-Never reviewed anything in CF.
-Read the first 100 pages. If you want to stop there, that's my bad. You can start here. (Read right to left)
-[V!S!L!N!] It's violent & naughty rather than porny & gory I'd say (chapter 2 was seriously toned down some months ago!)
-Of course, I'll review any tags, even full-blown erotic works.
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1st Jul 2017, 4:27 PM #15
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I have "milestones", events that will happen. How and when, that's open to change.
Being able to adapt to your audience's reactions is essential, at least to me. Also characters have a habit of acquiring a life of their own and adding to the story in ways you would not expect.
Without a solid guideline it's easy to get lost, though, so I would say... find a balance.
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30th Jun 2017, 4:48 AM #16
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I personally dislike 4th wall breaking. Can't really think of a single instance that I enjoyed. I basically endure them. So my answer would be: never. Sorry!
And as mentioned, pop culture references are a no-go, unless you want your work to feel dated in mere months.
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Result in thread: Who wants MORE pinups?
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30th Jun 2017, 4:38 AM #17
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Well this sounds interesting! My characters are 3DCG, hope that's not a problem.
I'll let you chose any of the 3 main heroines of my series:

Azariah
Minerva
Raven

Here's a NSFW nude bath shot of the group:
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For the lewdness level, please keep it classy! Nudity is ok, although I would prefer clothed/semi-clothed suggestive stuff.
Thank you in advance! Hope you have fun with it ^^
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26th Jun 2017, 6:51 AM #18
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I guess I was lucky, I got my first two resident commenters exactly one day after I started posting my comic here. Jamie59 was technically the first, and to this day he's the most regular commenter. God bless him :)

It's always hard for people to break the ice, a remarkable scene usually helps. In my case, it was a guy getting his head blown off :P
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23rd Jun 2017, 7:03 AM #19
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This one took quite a bit of work, it was a very important moment.
Kinda spoilerish... and huge.
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Result in thread: Comments on your comics
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18th Jun 2017, 12:56 AM #20
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I reply to every comment. At first I didn't, but after some commenting on other people's comics I realized it's pretty cool to be acknowledged by the author and interact with them, even if it's just a simple, short thing. Granted, sometimes it's extremely hard to reply. I've spent more time than I'm confortable admitting trying to figure out some answers.
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