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Cripplecakes says:

Whoop! Another page!
I really got lazy with the greyscale this time around, but I can feel my lineart getting better :D
Let's hope I break out of this artist's block soon eh?

Posted @ April 11th, 2012, 1:40 pm

Posted @ September 21st, 2017, 4:21 pm


@lilmissbunnybitch:
ikr? She can wall jump like-a mario and stick a landing from that long of a jump, yet she can't land in the right lane? LAME.
@Diseasedface:
*takes cupcake* hey, thanks! I was quite proud of that panel myself (took the longest of all of them) and hopefully my lineart will continue to get better :3
@Author Jakes:
lol thanks, I'm glad I'm getting better at perspective!
I'm guessing your pointing out my lack of bumpers on the vehicles (if not I completely misread that lolz) and just for the record I am absolutely AWFUL at drawing vehicles, so bear with me until I get better '^_^
@Author Jakes:
Ah, so I did read it wrong! I'm really self conscious about my vehicle art I suppose then! And I have absolutely NO reserved pages, I jumped into this comic without thinking about the update schedule, and I have this bad habit of posting up any extra pages I manage to get done '-_- so I'm pretty much going from update to update lol

Posted @ April 11th, 2012, 9:45 pm


@Author Jakes:
A list would be helpful C:

Posted @ April 15th, 2012, 1:03 am


@Author Jakes:
1. I'll probably continue with this option for a while, possibly to the end of the comic.
2. The thought sounds very appealing, but I'm a lazy person by nature so this could end in disaster.
3. An interesting concept that would be very useful, but it just may end up adding more work then cutting it down.
4.--
5. You're right, yaoi altogether tends to ensure success on SJ. But to be honest with you I don't really care if this comic gets successful. I simply do it because I enjoy making a story, and would probably end up hating myself for "selling out".
Thanks so much for the list, it really helped me think things over about my comic!

Posted @ April 17th, 2012, 8:47 pm

Audience's thoughts:

*facepalm* i would have at LEAST fallen in the right lane, and yes FALLEN not landed but fallen

Posted @ April 11th, 2012, 2:33 pm


,,,,

I CAN FEEL YOUR LINEART GETTING BETTER TOO O_O!

LOOK AT THE SECOND PANEL..LOOK AT THE FUCKING PERSPECTIVE.
LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVLOVELHIALHRLAWH ~Hands you a cupcake~

splendid!

eheheh i love teh page as usual ;D

FUCK HTE LANESS

Posted @ April 11th, 2012, 3:39 pm


I agree with diseasedface, that view is so realistic... *touches screen* damnit!
...
cc, how much of a bumper do you have?

Posted @ April 11th, 2012, 5:07 pm


Love the scenery in the second panel. :D And his face in the last. Awesome page!

Posted @ April 12th, 2012, 3:41 am


haha, no, i meant the bumper of how many comic strips you already have drawn, and have in reserve, just in case of writer's block.

Posted @ April 12th, 2012, 4:37 am


well, it could be MUCH worst. take me for example, i have a month's bumper, only on the sole fact that i don't have a scanner yet or an art program to use. a slow comic is MUCH better than no comic.
Still, take it one day at a time cc, too much stress could kill ya... one day at a time
...
if you want, i could list you a couple options you have.

Posted @ April 14th, 2012, 2:21 pm


This is going to be a mouthful...
Alright!
Here’s what you got:
1. Keep things as they are and go strip to strip.
2. Go on hiatus for a month so you can get a bumper in.
3. Look for co-authors to help cut down on workload.
4. Combination of 1 and 3 or 2 and 3.
5. Going yaoi.

Personal comments:
1. Going strip to strip can be stressful, and having artist/writer’s block doesn’t help either. Although some people can handle the pressure and continue to make epic comics.
2. Some fans won’t like it, but I’m sure most will understand, when an epic artist has to take a break, he’s got to rest. A month, a week, a year, it doesn’t matter, take as long as you need to get a couple chapters drawn. The stress taken off your arms is like and elephant getting off of you.
3. This one has steeper stakes, having someone to help make comics can make your comic move forward, and he/she might have some good ideas to help. Another brain equals another style, this you’ll have to talk about if you want someone else’s style in your comic. The down side is that you’ll have to cooperate, discuss, and plan with your partner(s), and good ideas might turn into bad disagreement that can tear a comic apart.
4. Combinations, I can’t really say anything about them.
5. Yes, I mean it, this could have more positive effects than bad ones. As a long time viewer of comics, two out of three, gone-yaoi comics turn out to be successful, but these are options. You don’t have to do anything you don’t want to, it’s your comic, you direct where it goes.

Posted @ April 17th, 2012, 4:16 pm


srry, i meant successful as in, long running. who gives a shit about ratings nowadays? these are options that might make your comic making easier. artist's block is like being constipated, let build up for to long, it could do some internal damage. a comic is a child, you are thinking in its best interest to keep the pace moving.

Posted @ April 18th, 2012, 2:31 pm