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Rock Otter

by LRR
While we wait for the heroes to come back home, we tell our own stories. Slice-of-life/fantasy, updates Fridays.
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While we wait for the heroes to come back home, we tell our own stories. Slice-of-life/fantasy, updates Fridays.


Recent Comments

August 29th, 2010
You have style! I really like the characters expressions, and the places they live in are quite believable... This is awesome! Keep it up! XD
July 26th, 2010
I'm so curious to see who he is now!
Konayuki (Guest)
July 24th, 2010
Ahaha! She's so cute in the first panel.
July 23rd, 2010
shes so funny :)
Amelia (Guest)
July 23rd, 2010
...Can I borrow some of these as desktop backgrounds? They are all very pretty.
July 22nd, 2010
Oh nevermind, update's happening anyway :D
This page is nice. I like how you colored it, and the text and how you separated it. :)
yeah very pretty page :)

I love the layout its so cool and simple
What a beautiful opening page, your pacing and panel layouts never ceases to delight me, it looks so rich and like a work of art rather then a comic page <3 <3
July 16th, 2010
lol their bantering is so funny!
July 15th, 2010
It's love and hate with this page. I'm real proud of how it turned out, but at the same time, I know what's wrong with it too. I'm still new at digital art and it shows. But dang, I never thought I could do this a year ago haha.

*IF YOU'D LIKE to see what this page looks without text, visit my deviantART page:

Yes, that's the "mailman" in the bottom panel. I figured a page like this would be a good way to pass time in-comic.

Thanks for reading.
July 12th, 2010
i like their clothing
July 12th, 2010
And much later than I would've liked, here's page 3. There's things I like about this page and things I don't like (like my horrible misshapen speech bubbles, and the text suffered a lot too). Thicker ink seems to suit the comic's style better, so I'll try going back to that for the next few pages. Sorry for the delay, and thanks for reading.
July 8th, 2010
@ Dokidoki-rin: I normally use Staedtler sketch pens to outline all of my characters and page boxes, but on this page I also used colored gel pens to get the different colored outlines. Scenery, if it needs it, gets outlined in plain pencils.

I've never tried using watercolor pencil for outlining though; I'll probably give it a try now :)
July 8th, 2010
Just curious- what do you use to outline things with? Is that watercolor pencil? :D
July 6th, 2010
haha i love how deadpan the girl on the step is! aww and the way you draw emotions is so great, i love the way she's fretting about :)
Psy (Guest)
July 4th, 2010
Your art is so nice ;D Your characters are likeable already too!
July 3rd, 2010
@WhitexNoise: Haha, true, true! I designed him to be a cute, younger mailman to better justify the clairvoyant's silly crush, so I hope he meets your expectations. :)

@tRickityHouses: Thank you!
July 3rd, 2010
@ Dokidoki-rin: Thank you all of your comments! I really appreciate you taking the time to look at my comic :)

@Sfingi: Thank you for the comment! I also appreciate the fact that you've taken the time to read through the comic, and I'm especially happy that you like it! I'm very happy to reach a wider audience than the typical teenage demographic that visits smackjeeves.

I have not experimented in marbleizing, but I read up on the technique, and I'd love to give it a try now that I know what it is. It looks very useful, and thank you so much for sharing. I appreciate your time.