This is basically the premise of Abúi's Travels (warning: nudity and lots of it): http://abuistravels.thecomicseries.com/
Feel free to use Abúi, Adrienne or any of the characters that are original to the comic for a trans-dimensional meeting. They may even reciprocate as Abúi is in the middle of a grand tour.
Having thought about this... I didn't realize there was an expectation that every comment should get a reply. Now that I know this, I will comment on other people's work on ComicFury even less than I already do. It sounds like with every comment I post, I create an obligation for other people and I do not want to impose on people's time like that.
AWEsome news! Only 4 pieces remaining and 3/4 of those are absolute guarantees!
As it stands I maay have to reassign one piece but that's no big deal! My generous backup artists..... I'll be hitting one of you up come midnight if I don't hear back from this person!
I am that person - had a family medical emergency on the weekend I'd assigned for this project and no opportunities for catching up. Trying to finish it today, but I'm in CET so I'd like to ask what "Midnight" means in this case.
For regularly updating comics, last page. Nothing matches the disappointment returning readers feel when they see that the page has updated, e.g. through the My Subscriptions tab, only to land on the first page after they click. I will and have stopped reading comics over this. It's a petty thing when you think about it rationally, but it's how it works.
Kobaian is probably not on a par with Esperanto which was designed for real-world use and honed by a century of actual use. But considering I know about Magma through an online friend who is a fan and a dedicated conlanger, it's probably not gibberish either.
I was mistaking this for another celebrity thread that I had no interest in, otherwise I would have responded earlier. Here's my 2 cents:
For Christian Vander, as part of your plotting, you need to at least consider very strongly the possibility that all the mythos surrounding Kobaian is part of a long con to fill the heads of fans with Neo-Nazi ideas. Don't take my word for it, because there is some ambiguity about this and Vander isn't talking. But it's very possible, based on circumstantial evidence (historic interviews, statements by ex-members of Magma) that the mythos is fascistic in nature. Now, assuming for a moment that you don't want to make a Nazi the hero, here are a couple of ways this possibility can be dealt with:
You could decide, based on your own research, that there's no there there, that what there is of Vander's alleged Nazi fascination is like Lemmy's interest in Nazi memorabilia and, as with Lemmy, isn't evidence of a pro-Nazi stance. Problem is, with Lemmy we have his public statements on why he was interested in those things and what his actual positions were - he was an anarchist and not afraid to let people know about it. Vander, on the other hand, has not clarified his position. So, what's going on with him?
You could also decide, based on your own research, that, yes, Vander is stealth-spreading Nazi propaganda through his lyrics, conlanging and world-building. Still want to use him in your story? Your team of heroes now has a mole in it.
...or you could decide that it's not that important either way, if he's a minor player in your story and he can have something of the dark about him without it affecting your plans. Naturally, you have other options as well as you're in charge of your story and I'm just a guy relaying what I've read about a year ago (my own conclusion is that there's enough evidence for me not to trust this guy or want anything to do with him, and that I will never run out of other interesting music I could explore instead, so I would base my decisions on the second option). But I do think this is important enough to give you a heads-up about.
Children. Their proportions are all over the place and all the elements of their faces are separate from one another, plus any line you do draw in a child's face ages it a year. In old people's faces, the lines can be used as a map to help put all the major elements in their proper place.
Cityscapes or Crowd Scenes
Shamefully, as the son of a construction engineer, buildings cannot hold my interest for more than five minutes. Crowds are merely a matter of not stopping.