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Raymond Mullikin is a Cartoonist, Animator and Credentialed Teacher. He has published cartoons in books, magazines, newspapers, and e-cards. He has also created animated film shorts for film festivals in the United States and Canada. He has had a fun time teaching art and computer classes to young students for many years throughout San Luis Obispo County.
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    Raymond Mullikin
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@kidcthulhu: I've never had a problem with that on any of my browsers that I use... I go back and forth between MS Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome. What browser do you use?

When I looked at the site, they require very large files for upload, which would use a lot of Bandwidth... I can see that being a problem for some people. (It does run slow when I on my phone when I use the 3G.)
Press the CTRL button to pick up things, like the sword.
Then you press the SHIFT button to use whatever item or weapon you picked up.
What would happen if the comic just ended here and the tomorrows posting was just "The End". lol
@InquisitorVawn: Its fun seeing comics done by different art styles. You should do more of this!
@JoKeRcologne: Very nice! Do you know if SmackJeeves will be putting out an app for the smartphone? I think that is the main thing that Tapastic has that SJ doesn't.
@kidcthulhu: Why do you loathe Tapastic? It seems like a nice site.
raytoons
September 28th, 2016
I love how the artwork looks like it was actually done with paints.

Did you do the artwork on a tablet?
@John Lemon: What are you talking about?!? Lol
Such a dramatic last panel!
It would be so funny if the comic ended like this. Lol.
raytoons
August 21st, 2016
There is a lot of purple on this page!
Thanks for the quick updates. :)
Thanks for the quick updates. :)
raytoons
August 21st, 2016
Thanks for the quick updates. :)
Thanks for the quick updates. :)
raytoons
August 21st, 2016
The look on her face sells it.
raytoons
August 21st, 2016
I like the full on punch on the last panel. Do did a good job making it feel like it would hurt.
Thanks for the quick updates. :)
Love the old paper texture look behind the artwork. Do you put in an old paper texture look through a different layer to blend with your drawings.
Thanks for the quick updates. :)
Love the watercolor feel of these comics. :)