1. Red ghost. Her human form would give kind, understanding hugs. And her ghostly form, despite how pointy deadly it looks, would be just as warm. Unfortunately she rarely ever hugs anyone.
2. Roswell. His human form is big and strong, good for giving hugs. His ghostly form is tiny and potato, good for receiving hugs.
3. Green ghost. He likes hugs. But watch out!
4. Any of the teens. They smell bad.
5. Mariel. 100% chance of being bitten.
Pride - Green ghost. He just watches the kids get their butts kicked, and doesn't say a word. What, too good for them?
Wrath - Green ghost. His anger let the possession fight go on for too long, and Edith and Zander were needlessly hurt.
Gluttony - Ghosts don't need to eat, yet you'll catch Green ghost with potato chips any day of the week.
Sloth - Guess who hasn't gone outside in thirty years. That's right, Green ghost.
Greed - Green ghost is one letter away from Greed ghost.
Envy - Green ghost is totally the jealous type.
Lust - Green ghost. Just look at him.
Pride - Everyone in Helsirvente is full of themselves, but Theo is particularly full of himself.
Wrath - Red ghost, of course. She's nothing but anger.
Gluttony - Mariel has too many mouths. Mariel also taught Green ghost the joys of pretending to eat food.
Sloth - Roswell has taken defensive naps that lasted decades.
Greed - Zan has a collection of stuff he's stolen from haunted grounds.
Envy - don't have one :(
Lust - It's still Green ghost. I'm not joking.
When I scrolled through the thread*, and my eyes caught a glimpse of your 'ship drawing, I have to scroll back to see it the second time to make sure that something didn't play tricks on my eyes.
Is that thing... going to be canon?
That exact scene likely won't happen, since one of them is wearing a ski jacket that I wouldn't want to draw more than once. The relationship is going to happen, though. The comic hasn't gotten anywhere close to it yet.
I don't know how Bojack Horseman described ace people, but the show probably didn't get it right if it didn't also mention aromantics. Asexuals can be interested in romance, as Leafa said.
This doesn't seem that unusual to me. I don't like to date people I'm not friends with, ie, someone I don't know if I like being around. And I've heard many people describe their partner as their best friend.
MK_Wizard:It is just so ugly. And even now, I made a comment on a bullying video saying that the girl was rude for showing off but she didn’t deserve to be bullied for it, and now, I am getting hateful comments for it in abundance. It is like they didn’t read me properly. Mind you, I think I am really just a random target.
You're absolutely a random target. It's not a personal thing.
YouTube comments are not a place for quality discussion. It isn't like here where people get in trouble for calling each other names. I hope you know now not to even bother with the comments section.
The people who run YouTube know how bad YouTube is. Maybe they just don't care, or an improved moderation system is a long way from implementation.
The way that they only react to controversies if there's public outrage (lots of angry people on Twitter like Kelsey mentioned, or news networks start talking about it) makes me think it's the first one.
Disliking or reporting comments doesn't do anything. The dislike button is seriously only there to make you feel better - it doesn't even change the upvote count anymore. I only look at first couple top comments because they usually aren't too bad.
One of my relatives is a published author who is not very interested in genre fiction. Once we got in an argument over the validity of writers who participate in nanowrimo, if that gets the vibe across.
Then there's me, with my fun lil ghost comics that I post for free! Makes me a bit nervous to share with my family. I have other reasons too but that one is the most fun.
If I'm alone it's the fuck word, but if I'm not it's a tiny "ow"
The last time I stubbed my toe on a door, it hurt so much that I didn't say anything. I hugged the door and forgave it. I wanted to punch it, but realized how stupid that would be, and channeled all that energy into love I guess?
When you watch a film series, you don't have to get everyone's cast of "this is a main character Marry and she likes pineapples and colour yellow", and "this is Jill, she's the badguy with ADHD and she heats polka dots"
Yes I do. I check the Wikipedia page or the fan wiki or imdb when I don't know the names of characters I want to know the names of in a movie or TV show. This isn't something unique to webcomics. Having a list of characters to check after the movie or in between watching episodes is useful.
Some novels I read (give you an example right now: Lucifer's Hammer, which was published in 1977), have a cast page at the very beginning with short descriptions for quick reference. It's a long story and the dialogue would suck if they constantly said each other's name and alluded to their backstories.
I have trouble remembering names. That isn't the writer's fault. If they were to sprinkle the names in the dialogue enough for me to remember everyone right away, it would have to be every other line.
People have mentioned adjusting layer opacities to make sure things are still readable. It's easier to tell when the coloring is in black and white as Shekets said. If you didn't start out in monochrome, using something like Color Oracle can help with checking values.
Its main purpose is to show you how your work looks to colorblind people, but it also lets you see how everything looks in grayscale. It loads way faster than using my drawing program to switch everything to black and white, for my computer at least. Useful for when you just want to check how it looks real quick.
I don't remember all the character names and details of even comics I'm a big fan of. If there's no cast page there for a quick reminder, that just pushes me away from the comic. I find it more narcissistic to expect readers to want to go through your archive over and over to get basic information.
edit: narcissistic relatively speaking, if it's a deliberate choice. Overall, who cares, this is supposed to be fun.
When we get updates about comments or replies, could it include the name of the comic that they're for? Sometimes I can tell based on the title of the page, but other times the title is just a number so it's a surprise until I click through.
I read some of Canterbury Tales for a class three years ago. Reading that was an... adventure... deciphering the Wife of Bath's trash talk about her endless supply of husbands lol. I looked at summaries of some of the other tales and some of them get really dark!