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Linn
Born and raised by vikings.
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@kidcthulhu: thank you! well at least i changed his beard so it matches... I used to draw it more wobbly, and at early on his beard was just smaller. I like this style though, looks more neat. The best thing about strips like this is you dont have to dub it into two languages haha!
This is an older strip i started worked on 3 months ago without finishing it. By the time i decided to give it a go (yesterday) i fought the urge to just re-draw the entire thing. Its one of the curses of not finishing it straight away. At least it shows some growth, in a way!
She should move out with Fenella!
@kidcthulhu: Im crushing on them either way now! xD
Linn
August 16th, 2019
@kidcthulhu: HAHA I KNOW, was this a thought through reference or just totally random luck?
@kidcthulhu: Ahh yes, sorry, my comment was a hit or miss referance from Arrested Development, there is this joke on this guy who paints himself blue to join the blue man group and he always has these sexual undetones when he's talking, often without noticing it. 'I blue myself' is one of his more popular quotes. XD
@kidcthulhu: yes it is, she's just looking different because the style. Her hair is also naturally curly here while back in the day i drew her hair a bit differently.
New comic, after a loooong break.
Linn
August 16th, 2019
...Oh dear god they're fighting a rabbit.
Lol this feels like a Monthy Python movie.
All they need is coconuts and weird men by brigdes giving them riddles.
Butch the wise!
Tomo looks pretty cool as a ninja/rogue!
Did they blue themself?
I love Tomos pj's aww. I feel the nudity would be funnier if it was the seamonsterdude who stood there shrieking he's in the nude, but that's just me. It could also be because she happen to be the only one that identify fully as female there and she happened to be the nude one, that rubs me a bit the wrong way.
Haha noo this comic is just too real. Like If I remember straight a chocolate bars worth of calories takes an hour of worth of running to get ridd off. Its hard, currently trying to lose a bit of weight too :(
I think its easier to eat small portions of sweets now and then than to cut down portions in food though. The brain will always trick you into wanting more food and feeling hungry after a meal. Its unfair.
@kidcthulhu: There's not really an original drawing, its nostagic because I drew him in Havens garden (though i did some changes to it with the porch).
Thank you! :)
@Luca+: You could say it also has to do with what sort of people you're with too. Some are very emotional and open, some are more fun and games. Or they could be like mine- greeting everyone they like with 'Whats up, virgins!' XD
This is sweet, she has a couple of great friends. Honestly they're super understanding. Almost so understanding i'd almost expect there to be some sinister motive if i was Fenella xD!
Ive not done much updates on any of my comics lately, its been alot of school stuff, as well as i held a exhibition with a friend where we put out our art for people to see and buy (it went great!). This illustration was one of the works I put out for sale.
Its a nostalgic drawing of Zen from Good morning, Miss Winter. Just in my current style.
@kidcthulhu: what you're describing is basically the number 1 issue i got too xD like you got this epic idea but on paper it feels like it needs something more. Often it can be resctrictments in art or even writing that does it. The idea can be more powerful than the actual result most of the time so its why its important to have some fun with it too. I think as a reader the more easy going the story the better... I got this thing with the Extinct comic, and realised that i dont want to spend 4 years on this project... The idea is still pretty good in my head, but on paper it didnt turn out like i wanted...So until the day i can make that epic story, i rather do smaller stories. And do it for fun with character-driven plots rather than heavy stories. Maybe its something to aim for?
Maybe you could try to do a pilot chapter for fun, totally character-driven... I was told during a comic workshop with an experienced comic artist to never start with the first chapter but actually start on chapter 2- that way its easier to draw the art more consistent than if it started from chapter 1... Not tried it yet, but will do next comic story. If you start at a comic about 5 pages long, then you can stretch the next 'chapter' after how much you feel is needed. Btw if you dont already know- If you're around a library i recommend the Stan lee's how to write comic-book. Its going through the stages of making a comicbook as a writer. Research is the best part of comic making imo! :D
Oh man, he's just so prepared....He dont strike me as the guy who leaves console battles up to fate by chunking down random buttons, to say the least. XD