Real Name: Pony Finder
Age: 31
Gender: Male

About Me

The blind stares of a million pairs of eyes will never see... The only thing color adds is conspicuity. So, let's start with the obvious. I am a Man. I was born a human being. I spent five years pursuing a degree in visual media. Which, basically means, I was trained to appreciate,create, critique, and analyze, media. Things such as films, video games, art, and other forms media that were developed to enhance human communication have always fascinated me. I was born an American, and, as a result, I was raised to believe that everyone can preform miracles. I was born in Florida, but I currently live in Nevada. I know the difference between facts and opinions. I also know that I create my own reality, and no one can live my life for me.

My Webcomics

Sugar Spice and Feedy Mice
Last Update: 2 Years Ago Fans: 6 # Comics: 43
Transient Pulse
Last Update: 3 Years Ago Fans: 26 # Comics: 440

Mr. Pink: Put a Kink in your think

Last Update: 3 Years Ago Fans: 2 # Comics: 5

Helen's L.O.T.

Last Update: 3 Years Ago Fans: 1 # Comics: 1

The Storm Approaches: Rats Depart

Last Update: 3 Years Ago Fans: 2 # Comics: 2

Blockheads with Brainstems

Last Update: 3 Years Ago Fans: 1 # Comics: 20

The "OTHER" Nihilist Recipie Book

Last Update: 3 Years Ago Fans: 0 # Comics: 11

Nightmares of La Mancha

Last Update: Never Fans: 1 # Comics: 0

Nyctophobia Pops: A Pop Parody

Last Update: Never Fans: 0 # Comics: 0

Recent Comments

Comment on Going out on a Limbo of Serendipity: An Equestrian Tale
GabrielsThoughts, 21 Sep 2014 11:50 pm
I think it's an allegory to Clever Hans, not to be confused with Neighbor Hans, or Little Hans.

See, there was this horse that was trained by a math professor to read body language. Which, wasn't nearly as impressive as its ability to solve math equations... Anyway, turns out the horse's answers were being coached by the math professor and the horse couldn't really put two and two together without assistance.

So, because the horse was a cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater, orthodox science can deny the existence of any paranormal abilities that animals seem to possess, like telepathy, precognition, a sense of direction... or anything that would imply the animal has a soul. Although, to be fair, I have no idea where this story is going at the moment. While my intuition tells me this is a filler comic, and that next week we might see a continuation of the regular storyline, only time will tell if my cold reading bears any fruit.
Comment on Battle story of Billy Rabbit
GabrielsThoughts, 20 Sep 2014 03:39 am
You looking for answers?
29 grams?

My graphic novel is not weird, it's advanced. And, it ate your wallet first so I'm sure it was laced with coke.

Who's Tiamat, and what makes you think I'm an apparition?
Comment on 13/13 of Lili
GabrielsThoughts, 18 Sep 2014 06:20 am
I don't think facial feature similarity is a problem, although I have a theory that the main character should bear the least/simplest details, the clothing, hair, and piecemeal decorations is what makes a character unique sometimes. In Ranma 1/2 all the characters have mental illnesses, in addition to fashion, which that set them apart. Wheras, in reality, while everyone displays some neurotic behavior, everyone in cartoons is usually over the top and has crossed the threshold into lala land.
Comment on astro-006 of Transient Pulse
A lowercase 'I' AND 'cap locks' for most of Steve's dialog? My God, Titivillus is going to see if he can punish me for two lifetimes because of that one.
Comment on astro-005 of Transient Pulse
To be fair I really wanted to update this to 2012 to keep up with the times, but the doomsayers have been saying the world is going to end and that the apocalypse was coming since before I was born. I kind of started picking up on the end of the world being a steaming pile of horsepucky back in 1996 or 1997 when I first became interested in a Nostradamus prediction that implied the world would come to an end at that point in time. Then there was the halt catch fire scare of 9-9-99 which was supposedly caused by fixing the idiocy of computers that were going to roll over to the year 1901. Apparently, the patch was worse than the disease as it made the crisis that much more stupid.

Clearly you can see socialism at work in an academic setting presented in the above comic. I see no reason why this is an unacceptable introduction of character as one of the artists for Top Cow (Michael Turner?), and japanese comics use a similar concept when introducing a character. I can see now using half a page, and exposition instead of thought balloons was wrong. Also, the character is loosely based on Balto. Shame on me for using Don Bluth character designs as a reference for real dogs. I honestly thought I had changed them up enough so that they were different. But, clearly I am a lazy bastard.
Comment on astro-002 of Transient Pulse
After almost being run over by a car the protagonist is transported to a dystopian alien world populated with talking dogs who took over the world...

The main character escapes confinement through deceit, hooks up with an ectomorph who can't read a map, narrowly escapes being shot at by a giant robot piloted by a guard, manages to hot-wire a futuristic general purpose vehicle (through the magic power of pulling keys out of his butt), travels through the desert with his companion until the car runs out of gas, meets a new companion, and is chased by a mutant rat creature with gingivitis after the jeep falls into a sinkhole.

And, that's just the first 25 pages, three of which involve nothing more than introducing a character disconnected from the world wearing late 90's grunge clothing, while listening to Malibootay on prehistoric headphones, and playing tiddlywinks.

Yes, I can see now how the plot moves too quickly, since I haven't bothered to improve anything on the comic since 2002 or 2003. While the backgrounds weren't detailed, I would have thought they were sufficient to give one a sense of place and time. I can see now that was wrong as the lack of detail and action makes for lazy readers.
Comment on 148 of Joy To The World
GabrielsThoughts, 17 Sep 2014 10:26 pm
I don't know, even if she was as bad as the woman from the movie Bad Teacher she'd still have some redeeming qualities.
Comment on Ch1, Page 30 of Adventures in Herdshire
GabrielsThoughts, 17 Sep 2014 09:26 pm
There was no way of knowing the two of them combined would become a psychopath. Schizophrenic? sure. Psychopath?no way. . . Also, more importantly, get somebody to guard those forbidden fruits.

Although, I think the damage has already been done. Unless, you think talking ponies, flying ponies, ponies with narwhal horns, and shapeshifting ponies that procreate like dragonflies are normal.
Comment on 148 of Joy To The World
GabrielsThoughts, 17 Sep 2014 10:01 am
Dude just passed up on two masochists, one of which is a people pleaser and the other one would have kept the relationship interesting. What was he thinking? He could have had a slave if he played his cards right. He must not have a strong need to protect others.
Comment on Page139 of Jackie's Story
GabrielsThoughts, 17 Sep 2014 08:00 am
Wait until Jackie teaches Val about the internet. She'll go blind.

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