The link is there now. You didn't have to be rude. You could still go to my comic through my profile and just let me know politely. Anyway, I checked out your comic, and I like it. The art is very crisp, and the interaction between the two characters is very funny.
Very intriguing! I'm already hooked. I love the style. The black and white is so spot on that I wonder if it's done in color first and then filtered, or if the artist is just that good. Either way, the b&w is an amazing touch. It gives the comic a different tone than it would have if it was in color.
Anyway, our latest offering is a brief memory in a lifetime of pain for William Afton. Check out A Bad Nut
I love this. I just had one problem, where's the subscribe button? I want to subscribe, but I couldn't find it. Anyway, the art is great, and I'm loving the story so far.
Our latest is a little shorter and simpler than usual. After last week's Chica's Party World was so complex and then adding in the Valentine's bonus, we decided to take it a little easy and advance the character's to the point just before all hell breaks lose. So without further ado here is A Nice Place to Visit
Once again, you knocked it out of the park, great art, funny story. Love this comic!
Here's a little bonus comic based on a Totally Correct FNAF Quote: Valentine's Day Bonus Comic. It's not as detailed because we've had a busy week, but Lydia still wanted to get a bonus comic up. I absolutely love this and hope we can get more bonus comics up for various special dates. Enjoy!
This made me laugh, so my daughter had to see what I was looking at. She also laughed. The style is really cool and unusual. I'm really starting to get into the story.
So in this episode, we see a location that has not been seen before, only alluded to. We really enjoyed designing this location and included a couple of our favorite FNAF playing YouTuber's as character. BTW, where's BB? Did you see the sign in the background next to JJ? Chica's Party World
halibabica:Lol, is that the same font Markiplier uses for his horror compilation vids? Even if, I think you should go with something that looks more hand-written. That's all I can complain about because the rest is freakin' fantastic. The lighting (or lack of) in that bathroom is just siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick!
I don't know if it's the same font Markiplier uses, but I can understand if it is because it's called Feast of Flesh. That, and I know someone who writes a lot like that, and I don't like him, so I went with it. Thanks for the compliment on the lighting. Lydia never ceases to amaze me with her art.
Love the artwork. The shading and highlights are awesome. I'm looking forward to reading more.
So we're starting to get more into the lore in this one. Jeremy/Michael's life is about to be changed forever. Then there's the art. I think Lydia did an amazing job on the bathroom, the prints on the dye bottle and brush, the spots on the mirror. Check out the latest here: Stronger
I love the art style, and the characters are so intriguing. I am wondering about the Troon life cycle. How old are they when they reach their full height? Are they adults or young in the comic, since they are so small and young?
In our latest comic, Michael/Jeremy is starting to uncover painful memories from his past. He's lost a lot, and now his dad is missing. A Love That Was More Than Love
I love noir, and the artwork is amazing. I was so intrigued, and I had to go to the beginning and read the whole thing.
So my daughter and I just started a comic based on Five Nights at Freddy's. I write it, and she does the art. It's our take on the theories, timeline, and lore. This is the first comic, and it's our main guy in his daily life, watching his favorite soap opera, chewing bubble gum, and waiting to hear from his dad. Don't Keep the Devil Waiting