OMG, new page! sorry it's so text heavy, other than that, I like how it came out. My stick figures are evolving!
umm, lots of new info...Joan can not be a migical girl, poor Joan. Anyone sensing some solifidian species/racial tension? Yeah, and Drake's not exactly admirable in his views on the conflict.
I'm gonna try to get back on track and update tuesday, but I've got alot of makeup work still from the school I missed while out sick, so I may end up updating wendsday
quote of the day:
One of the few good things about modern times: If you die horribly on television, you will not have died in vain. You will have entertained us.
Kurt Vonnegut (1922 - ), "Cold Turkey", In These Times, May 10, 2004
re Sword_hunter: yeah, I'm not happy with the text heavyness, but the way I see it, its a choice between spacing the text out more and dragging the conversation along for two or three more pages, or packing it in a little and getting on to the fun stuff
ah, another Terry Pratchet fan. i had a vague idea of beleif=power before I read the Hogfather, but he did such a lovely job with it that I think it was at that point that I fell in love with the idea.
I'm going to have to throw bean bags at Cerise when I see her again for giving you ideas. go read the comment on page 36, it still holds true, no matter how much the cliche works against me
...then why are you reading it in the first place?
I'd be more appreciative of the photoshop comment, but given its delivery and how you just tore into my friend just because you have issues with a style, i'm gonna say that not having you as a reader is not going to be a crushing blow. seriously, if you don't want to read , then don't. I do this for my own enjoyment. If other's like it, thats cool, but I'm going to write if even if twerps like you don't like it. And not likeing a style is one of the shalowest reasons for not reading something I've ever heard. "its not that the arts bad, its just the wrong kind of art?" seriously, not cool.
You miss my point:
If you don't like, don't read, and don't make an ass out of yourself. I counldn't help but reply since you comment and points are simply riddiculous (that, and I love a good argument, heck, I love a bad one). You're really not one to talk about "no talent," "not pleasing to look at" art styles.
thanks Aquilo. Unreal_hunter's a little too full of it to be taken seriously, but its good to know I'm liked enough that readers will ride to my defense (and stick by me if I am suddenly reduced to artlessness). Love ya.
I'll be updating tomorrow (unless disater strikes and the sky lab crashes into my house, destroying my computer) so we'll be able to put this riddiculousness behind us
I love this comic, It is one of the few that I actually check on a normal basis and I love your use of color, its so subtle and powerful. Your stick figures are getting better and I really like how you are using them to describe the past instead of actual people, which for one would take forever to draw and two would confuse the heck out of everyone. Keep up the good work and I shall stay a loyal reader º
Yay! He payed his money, Smackjeeves is back up! Glee!
Oh, and very nice job and the stick figures, i especially like the dragon coming out of the Story Teller's mouth. The glowing blue works really well.
This comment's years late but unknown_hunter can't really draw, can he? :P I'd take comments like those seriously only if said commenter was as good as some of the Old Masters or Craig Mullins.
Too bad he's neither and just a kid with an overly-inflated ego.