Babette looks like she is from a comic with a steampunk setting rather than from one taking place in our present day world.
(My comic's current chapter gives her some backstory, thus also explaining why she is how she is.)
Which of your characters has the most extensive backstory of which you didn't have an opportunity to put it all into the comic yet?
lirvilas:I've just been very fortunate to find other artists' whose work inspires me.
I love Bettina Timmy and MJ Stonecastle like step children
Thanks for the nice words, lirv! :-)
Let me point out that I probably may never have thought up Bettina if it weren't for your involvement in the first place - what I mean is, if you didn't ask me way back then if I would allow you to kill off Timmy III, there wouldn't have been a narrative need for a character like her.
I'd say arranging small cameos for your characters in other comics (and vice versa) is a good way to at least "scratch that crossover itch", before any larger collaborations come along, and may also serve to "test waters" in this regard.
On the Internet you can find crazy charts that show how many (and often vastly different) TV-shows are interconnected with each other (google "Tommy Westphall" Universe), often just via small characters cameos - creating something similar for ComicFury comics too is theoretically possible...
And I guess nobody forbids you to consider what happens in the crossover exchanges to be canon in your comic - just don't automatically expect this to be mutual.
(Besides, those crossovers also tend to develop their own canon over time.)
Last but not least, crossovers obviously work best with comics in which the settings are at least remotely similar (e.g. both are present day Earth), at least if you want then to be reciprocatively canon to each other.
- On the one hand, there's Chapter 17, taking places during WWII, in which Captain Camilla collaborates with the Nazis, but then gets a visit by her conscience and then decides to turn on them.
But while she draws a line here, she never stops to be a villainous pirate, so it isn't a full redemption...
- On the other hand, in Chapter 15 we have Pierre-Renard Duvall, who, after his association and collaboration with his criminal relatives has lead to his girlfriend leaving him, decides to completely break with his family and their thieving lifestyle (and retrieve what they have stolen).
However, we only get to know him in the same chapter in which all of this happens, so one might argue how "big" this redemption arc really is...
Which of your characters (that you don't count as a villain) has the longest criminal record?
Preferred level, both for in- and out-coming: Level 1 - 2
Further remarks: Scar tissue not restricted to arms - it is also mostly on her backside, but also a bit on torso and legs.
(I think that might provide something Interesting/different/a challenge to make her appear sexy nevertheless.)
BTW, at first I indeed thought that nobody did more than one page this time - until I realized that the new multi-page upload function made them all look like single infinite canvas pages!
So it seems this issue is solved (or at least mitigated) now by "disguising" the multi-pagers this way...