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2 days ago, 3:04 AM #1
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snuffysam:Do... do you mean he's the first to win both caucuses?

Because, like, surely each primary someone wins the caucuses, right? It's not like this is the first year we've been told the results?


I rarely wander into Med Ave, but if this is in fact their claim...it's false. Pete Buttigeg won Iowa by the narrowest margin imaginable, based on caucus rules. Bernie's claim to 1st place based on popular vote is like me going to play basketball then claiming victory just because I took the most shots on net. It's not how the rules determine the winner.

Don't get me wrong, I'm happy for Bernie, but this "I make my own rules" mentality is just another case of disinformation spreading.
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6 days ago, 11:22 PM #2
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Not sure if it's because I'm getting old or what...but the font seems huge so I have to hold it back like those old school teachers whose vision has gone far. >.<

Only bug of sorts I saw was that the webcomic stats page is cramped to the point that the left scale on the chart doesn't read as a full number. Instead of

500

you see:

50
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6 days ago, 11:16 PM #3
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Like others have said, the Crossover Exchange is a great place to integrate each other's webcomics. And if you do it enough, you get familiar with each other's characters and even some exchange events become inside jokes or canon that make CF feel like one integrated universe. I've personally done a couple crossovers, both in participation and hosting, but I think the most fun I've had is when I made the Halloween Crossover Comic and this video, although some comics don't exist anymore :(



Bottom line, I'd say if you want a crossover universe then there's nothing better than rolling up your sleeves and getting started yourself!
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9 days ago, 1:37 AM #4
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Wartooth:I would want to be Beren...but I know what happens to him in the story.


WHAT D:

Of my characters, I wish I was Claire or Kat (determined or level headed, either are strong) as I respect them the most, but if I'm just being put in the place of a character in the universe and having to deal with it...probably FM Everett. He's one of few people without a blatant target on his back, but has the power to make a difference.
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18th Jan 2020, 11:36 PM #5
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I think redemption arcs are more about motivation and internal conflict than the action itself. For example, you can sympathize with a villian who commits terrible crimes if it's because they've just never had a break in life or just been misguided (motivation). Just look at the Joker and Thanos sympathy out there. But what turns this sympathy to redemption is when the character themselves acknowledges what they did was wrong and have some form of regret (internal conflict) in order to gain that forgiveness from others (like Jammy's example of Zuko).
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18th Jan 2020, 6:38 PM #6
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Probably my fave so far with limited boxes:

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And then my fave with no boxes:

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This is a good discussion prompt, as it makes me realize how much I rely on boxes :o

Love the coloring on your page, Doodler. Reminds me I need to catch up on your comic!
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Result in thread: dropdown thing (plz read)
9th Jan 2020, 9:42 PM #7
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Love the change. But I wish I could let the unchaptered pages appear in chronological order as one offs, rather than bunched at the top. I'm guessing the only workaround is to build a chapter just for that page?
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Result in thread: Starting over "fresh".
7th Jan 2020, 2:36 AM #8
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Honestly, it sounds like you're starting over for all the right reasons. (personal satisfaction and story improvement)

I started over (and over, and over again) because I didn't think my art was ready. And while that was true, honestly the art NEVER feels ready and you just keep improving. So I'm not really a fan of reboots due to art (unless you are personally dissatisfied). But a bad story will kill interest before bad art, so it's worth the time to really get that right. Because you can always go back and redraw pages, but to rewrite a story means scrapping the WHOLE thing (or a good chunk of it at least, with second order effects).
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3rd Jan 2020, 9:42 PM #9
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Damn Kyo now I'm gonna feel even worse about all the comics I'm behind on reading lol
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28th Dec 2019, 5:12 PM #10
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Sure, that works. I was trying to pick a word that means exclusively reading, not creating. Since creators can be readers/audience/visitors and vice versa.
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28th Dec 2019, 4:30 PM #11
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Gonna agree to the very accurate answer of "Kyo", but add that the users also play a part. Of all sites I've posted on, CF is the only one with users that actually seem to support each other. Even when your comic isn't particularly good (as in my case) users will still support you with comments and advice. I'm guessing that the ratio of creator/consumer is in favor of the creator on CF, whereas other sites are mostly consumers who just read but never comment and support. There's some empathy that exists in a site made of mostly creators that consumers might not have.
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4th Dec 2019, 2:27 PM #12
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Gonna add to the Kyo love and also take the chance to use a bunch of these star power things I've yet to try XD I'm curious what the heck a SelloutPower credit is, I hope it somehow shows off Kyo's snarky humor lol

Kyo, I know you're super humble about the Patreon thing, but to quote Futurama's Fry, "Shut up and take my money!" It's just how some of us want to say thanks :)
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15th Sep 2019, 3:44 AM #13
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Something you didn't ask but I think is worth mentioning: your identity isn't kept private with Ko-Fi. Instead of saying "Proxy170 gave $5 to BlueDragon" it'll say specific real names like "Suzie Johnson gave $5 to Sarah Smith" because it has to link to actual accounts with your name on it and won't let you pick an alias.

I contribute to someone's Ko-Fi only because I fully trust the person receiving my money with my name, but I avoid contributing to anyone I don't feel I know/trust. So it may prevent people from wanting to give you money.
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Result in thread: Personal Tropes?
25th Jul 2019, 10:56 PM #14
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LeRenardRoux:-Duos consisting of an eloquent enthusiastic ectomorph and a big-browed dark-haired Debby downer (heights may vary)
-Tailored suits and tall shiny boots
-Quoting or alluding to "The Little Prince"
-Noodle men


Oh yea!, yep for sure, oh ok I didn't realize, and LOL
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20th May 2019, 9:58 PM #15
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I feel like this season as a whole felt like reading a wiki article of a movie plot. Like yes you learn the story, and it can have some interesting twists, but there's zero emotion or interest in it. I didn't feel invested at all by the last episode.

And while yes the events of last episode worked based on the previous, I kinda felt like it was asking for partial credit like you'd get in grade school. You know, those math questions with a, b, c steps and if you messed up part a you'd still get some credit for doing the process right in steps b and c? Except in this case, you step back and realize that yea you shouldn't get partial credit because the answer is still wrong.
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13th May 2019, 10:04 PM #16
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Guys...I just finished the ep and...I just can't anymore. Really. Wtf. I agree with pretty much all of you, and if it weren't for the fact there's only one more painful, infuriating episode to sit through, I'd fucking quit this show. Like what was the point of the character arcs? Nothing. Tyrion's an idiot now. Jaime became one of my faves throughout the show, and now? Just.....sigh.

Sorry, I'm just so annoyed and had to vent. And since I know all of you are good writers, unlike D&D apparently, you'd understand.
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4th May 2019, 5:18 PM #17
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Yea, I still generally enjoyed the episode, but I would have actually loved it if they had done a realistic battle. Like show that even with the best tactics, the dead STILL are overrunning them. Then we wouldn't have had so many fake out "omg they're gonna die!" moments (Brienne, Jaime, Tormund, etc), it would have been a building tension. Then just as they think they've defended Winterfell, the NK brings everyone back from the dead and awww F maybe we can't win. THEN I would have been tense!
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4th May 2019, 4:32 PM #18
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I love how you guys are analyzing the character/plot, and just I'm over here rage quitting on how incredibly stupid their military tactics were in the most recent ep XD Like how did even Tyrion not comment on how stupid their defensive strategy was??? T___T
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12th Apr 2019, 9:04 PM #19
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I've got a Surface Pro and a Wacom Mobile Studio, and I'd actually recommend the Surface over the Wacom, unless you don't care about portability (which is nice when you want to draw on vacation away from home)
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2nd Mar 2019, 8:06 PM #20
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I would love to receive a critique from you! I've got a particular question with regards to plot as I'm about to finalize the next few chapters, so I hope you wouldn't mind a few follow up questions? Or you can tell me when you're done reading and I can PM you questions (to avoid spoilers).

It's a big archive and I always appreciate people who take the time to do critiques, so please let me know if there is a particular fan art of some kind you'd like in return, or if you want me to give you a critique of your work :)
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