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inejwstine
  • Real Name
    Joshua Whiting
  • Age
    30
  • Gender
    Male
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@texan1972: We're big fans of water and chocolate milk! 😁

Hehe. Nah actually, the only beverages our faith teaches us to avoid are those containing alcohol, coffee, or tea. (Not including herbal tea, that is. I love me a nice cup of camomile or mint.)
Oh, and I also made a news post, updating you all on what I've been up to lately, and also asking for your help in finding some clients! Give it a quick read here, if you'd be so kind. Thanks!
@Ryker Malone: Ooh! I didn't even think of doing a Larkette! 😄
Mally's kind of a flirt, so it makes sense her hypothetical twin brother would consider himself to be quite the ladies' man. She makes sure he behaves himself though!

Remember to subscribe to Aww, Feathers! on Patreon to see bonus Inktober entries as well!
Oh, and one more thing: I'll be doing the same theme for my weekly Aww, Feathers! Sketchbook Club entries this month. So if you like these and want to see more, subscribe over at Patreon and you'll get two updates per week instead of just the one! (Not to mention access to all previous sketchbook club entries... over thirty in all!) Not only is it a way to get bonus Aww, Feathers! content, but it's yet another excellent way to support the comic!
Happy Inktober everyone! I know, I really wanted to be back to regular story updates by now. But I'm going to need another month it looks like. Still working on getting the job and income sitch all ironed out. In the meantime though, I did decide to participate at least partially in Inktober this year.

"Imagine, if you will..." A universe where everyone has a twin sibling who's almost their exact double, except the opposite gender. This is... "The Twin-light Zone!" (Get it...?)

Kind of a variant on "genderbending" comic characters, except I like getting to see the two versions next to each other. It's an interesting exercise to think about what characteristics a particular character has that causes us to associate them with one gender... and which characteristics I could change (and how) to communicate the opposite gender. And also, can I do so without sacrificing the other traits that make each character themselves?

For this particular one, I mostly like how it turned out, though I think I made "Inez" a bit too round in the chest. In the world of Aww, Feathers! non-mammal women usually don't have pronounced breasts, unless they have mammalian ancestry. I was trying to still give her a bit of curve, but I think I pushed it a tad too far. Oh well. That's what these exercises are for!

It'll be fun to see how the others turn out! These will take the place of normal updates during the month of October. As I've said many times before, thank you for your patience, understanding, and continued support!
@Cheynas: I'll be sure to send them in the same package. :-)
@Ryker Malone: Did you watch the vid? 😉
You can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/0fllzMyUYF4
I was hoping to be back to updating the regular story by now, but I'm still not quite ready for that yet. Sorry to keep you all waiting! It may still be a while longer. But as always, here's a little something silly to remind you I'm still here and working behind the scenes!
@Guest: Never again! 😅
@redwolfdragon: Yup! Or pulling a baby tooth! (That's how my dad did it anyway...)
@Ryker Malone: Jeepers. If my math is correct, that guy has a KILLER hourly rate!
@Kiba122: Can confirm. Stuff is out to get us. Having too much of it is hazardous to one's health. 😆
@Cheynas: Hehe, I'd be even more of a feather weight if I didn't have such a sweet tooth! (Or... Sweet beak...?)
@Casanova: Ha, yup! 90% featherweight, 10% tail...
@I ship that: 😊 Thanks! I think so too! ❤
@Mardozer: Hee, okay I embellished that bit just a little. She, her mom, and a folding chair all helped me hobble out to the car. Turns out in real life I weigh slightly more than a feather.
@Kiba122: This particular pin was missing that teeny plastic end cap, so that probably helped. 😬
@Mardozer: My feet and toes have been really good at finding sharp objects and the edges of furniture lately...
@Kiba122: Heh, thanks! While the bobby pin isn't the reason I'm taking a break, it did hurt a lot! 😅