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Colour Theory

Colour Theory

by super-chii
Margot lives a quiet life in a forbidden radioactive zone alongside her mutant cat, Simon. One day, she takes in an injured Scavenger named Punch and things start to get somewhat less quiet (but only somewhat).
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11
Updates
Sundays
Last Update
5 Days Ago
Fans
35
Readers
40

Colour Theory

Margot lives a quiet life in a forbidden radioactive zone alongside her mutant cat, Simon. One day, she takes in an injured Scavenger named Punch and things start to get somewhat less quiet (but only somewhat).

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super-chii
October 7th, 2018
Fun fact: the framed cat is a calendar page that Margot really liked.
super-chii
October 1st, 2018
@MIDOxRI: Thank you! :) Yes, it is; however, I do some minor edits digitally once I take a photo of each panel.
MIDOxRI
October 1st, 2018
Your colouring is so pretty~ is it 100% traditional?
super-chii
September 26th, 2018
@JeremySatcher: We shall see if he ends up causing any trouble!
JeremySatcher
September 25th, 2018
Juxtaposition
I love how this Punch dude is in such contrast to how lush the world has been established as. Kinda makes me not trust 'em, I hope no havoc is bequeathed upon Margot's humble household.
super-chii
September 16th, 2018
@Lutztoons: I'm so glad this page conveys a sense of isolation (and serenity); it's totally what I was going for!

Thanks a bunch for your kind comment and for checking out my work. :)
Lutztoons
September 16th, 2018
What a ray of sunshine he was! Lol, sounds like a real prick. Good on you for going the distance to prove him wrong! I’m really liking the misty, isolated feeling these establishing shots have. Makes it feel like this house may be one of the few left on earth. And the fields look so serene, it almost looks normal...until you see the tricloptic cat. What a cute kitty! Anyway, it’s really nice to see another artist doing great work using traditional media! I’m looking forward to seeing more! Keep proving that dudebro wrong. :3
super-chii
September 10th, 2018
@MIDOxRI: Thank you so much, I'm glad you enjoy the artwork! :D
MIDOxRI
September 10th, 2018
Just found this comic, your artstyle is gorgeous *_* especially this page~which is why I came back here to say that~

Also, what women have trouble with is sexist assholes, not backgrounds.
super-chii
September 9th, 2018
And that's it for the updates for today! The next page will be posted next Sunday.
super-chii
September 9th, 2018
Margot's shorts are based on my favourite pair of shorts. :)
super-chii
September 9th, 2018
A few years ago, at a comic convention, a man commented on the lack of architecture, detailed backgrounds, and establishing shots in my then-comic, Ball & Chain. It was a very valid criticism, until he said: “oh, women just have a harder time with that stuff”. As a result, I made it my life’s mission to prove that bro wrong.

Additionally, this was my first time drawing a detailed house with the help of references and while trying my best to respect the rules of perspective. I modelled it after the older county houses I used to see while driving to one of my former workplaces (with an added touch of cutesy tackiness). I HATED that drive!
super-chii
September 9th, 2018
<Deep breath>

So here's the first page to a new comic I've been slowly putting together over the last 1.5 year.

My goal is to update every week on Sundays. I have a few pages completed; however, because of the amount of effort/detail that I'm lovingly cramming into the panels, these kinda take A WHILE to create. Hope I keep up the pace, and hope you guys end up liking this story! :D
super-chii
September 9th, 2018
So it begins!
Colour Theory is a romantic / low-key sci-fi comic with surreal imagery. The artwork is produced traditionally (using Copic/Prismacolor markers, pencil, and white gel pen). The text and edits are done digitally, using Photoshop.

Updates are (ideally) scheduled for Sundays - unless if life gets in the way (it will).