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I'm an amateur artist seeking to improve my work through consistent practice and feedback from others. Anybody willing to provide the latter is deeply appreciated.
My art style is influenced heavily by manga and anime, but I'm trying to make it my own. As for writing, it's mainly comedy--or rather, what passes for comedy according to my taste in humor.
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@schlissel: It's practically a law of the universe.
Oh, you thought the cover for this chapter was purely symbolic?
That's adorable.
The priest, rabbi, and horse are due here in a few hours.
@schlissel: There's always somebody having a worse day than you.
I'm aware that Julio is a bit of a hit-or-miss character. Some people hate him and others find him funny, but regardless, he is needed for this upcoming scene. For people who like him, enjoy it while you can. It will be his last significant appearance. And for the Julio haters out there...please indulge me for just a bit so that I can properly write him out.
Healing powers are great and all, but kind of a raw deal when they come with zero analgesic bonuses.
I hope it's firmly established enough by this point that Leopold knows a plethora of magical arts learned over the centuries to justify him conveniently knowing a healing spell despite never healing anybody else in this comic before now. If not, well, have a little lenience with this page until next week. There is actually a reason I'm doing this.
Leo here sometimes needs a reminder that not everybody has healing powers.
Ooh, JUST missed 'em.
@schlissel: They don't make a big enough dose for him.
Leaving right in the middle of the conversation. How rude.
You guys will never know how much I debated myself on how helpful Randall's input should be. It ranged from Randall being utterly useless out of pure spite to him outright pulling out the script and telling June what she needs to do next so he could go home already. Sometimes none of the jokes you have in mind turn out to be funny enough and you just move along.
That's one way to get their attention.
The phone reception is surprisingly good here.
Because he's always been eager to help before.
You know this is a fantasy comic because this park has a continuous carpet of lush, green lawn grass, instead of acres of dry Bermuda grass pocked like a golf ball with bare spots.
@schlissel: Thanks! I'm glad to hear that!
May has had it with your shenanigans.
Well at least they're not interrupting her.