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by SuperBiasedMan
An autobiographical comic about making comics about making comics about making animated films.

Updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday
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An autobiographical comic about making comics about making comics about making animated films.

Updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday

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A short fiction comic I was inspired to do when musing on love.

Make sure to start from page 1 here:
http://workingtitle.smackjeeves.com/comics/1693012/instantaneous-love-1/


It didn't come out as I really wanted, but that's not really news. XP
I was surprised by how fast I made these though when I just got down to it, and without really affecting how well I did them. So I ought to get more into doing these short comics for practice and then eventually I can do one where I actually think it went entirely the way I wanted it to.

Expect them to be posted here, cause of attention whoring and wanting the existing audience among you to see it when you're really looking for insight into my life for the purpose of stalking me.

Until next time.
A short fiction comic I was inspired to do when musing on love.

Make sure to start from page 1 here:
http://workingtitle.smackjeeves.com/comics/1693012/instantaneous-love-1/
A short fiction comic I was inspired to do when musing on love.

Make sure to start from page 1 here:
http://workingtitle.smackjeeves.com/comics/1693012/instantaneous-love-1/
A short fiction comic I was inspired to do when musing on love.

Make sure to start from page 1 here:
http://workingtitle.smackjeeves.com/comics/1693012/instantaneous-love-1/
A short fiction comic I was inspired to do when musing on love.
You go, Tim Curry!
Yeyy : D
SuperBiasedMan Returns
I'm trying to get back into this for reasons this comic hopefully makes clear.

It's not my best work but if I get back into the swing of comics again I'm hoping I can improve it enough to justify my arrogance.
@mitchellbravo: That's how it's going, but I don't like leaving big unpredictable gaps. But if the scanner's still not there next week...

I feel like my hand and brain never really did get off to the best start, and I'm slowly trying to get them to work things out and enjoy each other's company again...but it ain't easy.
I say just update whenever possible.

And I simply "love" those days when my hand and brain have an argument and aren't speaking with each other...
Sorry about the huge delay on this, evidently my college decided not to have the scanners connected up and it even had a type of plug I'D NEVER SEEN BEFORE.

But yeah before that I was actually just being a bit lazy.

Anyway, the story continues soon, but um I'm not sure how well I'll keep to the schedule from now on.
<.<
xkrazydog
September 14th, 2011
The Textures on the last two panels are pretty spot on but the first panel's texture is a bit distracting. I'd suggest being conscious of lighting and variation of line weight because i cant make heads or tails of the supplies on the desktop. It would be nicer if the lines on the top surface was thinner and sparser.
@H0lyhandgrenade: Thanks ^^ Was almost worth the week gap of a break...almost.
And those damned zombies will feel my wrath!

@xkrazydog: Sorry I didn't respond earlier, I first saw your comment on my phone internet, not a good place for responses. <.<

Thanks for the feedback, Looking back, I can see what you mean about the first panel and hopefully I did a bit better with it on the next page. Lighting is something I need to work on more, I've never really done much with it so I'll make more of an effort with that.
Thanks again. ^^
@Molly-sama: Eureka, you've got it!
Have some awesome points.
This page looks great xD <3

You can update when you beat my score.
Apologies for the week of missed updates, but this arc will actually explain the main reason pretty well.

But also, Plants Versus Zombies is pretty damn addictive. Thankfully I've broken free from it now to update this page!

New update coming soon, now I'm gonna go play PvZ...
Mr Aids
September 2nd, 2011
Approval shoe approves!
This page was inspired by the works of Picasso. He taught me that you don't have to draw actual things like they're things, you can draw them like they're nothings, or somethings elses.
(I was paraphrasing him there)
@Mr Aids: THEN MY WORK HERE IS DONE
THIS PAGE DISGUSTS ME