dont give up!

Postby MrFujisawa on Wed Feb 13, 2002 1:15 am

Keep at it, tough it out, be a trooper.. and all those like.. um.. motivational.. thingys...
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Postby Ninja057 on Wed Feb 13, 2002 9:42 am

amirai,<P>yeah, i was kinda curious if youd thrown in the towel. its cool you havent yet! but i have three things to say: <P>1st, your email address (amirai@illusketch.net) doesnt work dood. sucks.<P>2nd, why dont you ask your fan base to do guest strips when you get bogged down? i would whip one up in a jiffy for ya! <P>3rd, what kind of tablet did you get? was it worth it? ive been seriously concidering buying one, but i dont know if itll be worth it... <P>thanks for your time! <P>ninja057@mail.com
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Postby Amirai on Thu Feb 14, 2002 1:56 am

I've been having a lot of email problems lately. I guess I didn't think about it much because I've only gotten one email about CGA anyway. Guess I figured people either just didn't email or would post to the forum instead. Aaaanyway... <P>2, I get views, but email reason number 1 made me think that my fan base is really small, and at the rate I'm going, even with a small fan base, there'd be more fan comics than real ones. o_O Gah. Maybe one of these days I should really start promoting my comic. As soon as I can get it right...<P>3, I've got a Wacom 6x9 special edition, and it's awesome - but it's better for somethings than others. For example, it's definitely not as accurate as a pencil on paper, for obvious reasons. I find it totally indispensible for photoshop and painter, but it's really hard to draw accurately with it. Of course, I have problems drawing right at all. Geh. I suggest getting your hands on one and playing around with it for an hour or two. At that point you'll be more used to it and you'll know if you really want one or not.<P>CGA at the moment is just too much work and too little play. If I can figure out some way to reverse that, then things will go far more smoothly.<P>What's really weird is even though this month has had the biggest delays and least comics, I'm having a sudden surge of hits. Weird, but I'm not complaining. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/biggrin.gif"> It's probably because I've actually been posting some art at Megatokyo again.<p>[This message has been edited by Amirai (edited 02-14-2002).]
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Postby MrFujisawa on Wed Mar 06, 2002 7:39 am

gratz on the latest comic!
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Postby Elevenbane on Mon Mar 18, 2002 11:10 pm

Just so you know...I referred your comic to Damonk over at Framed. He must of liked it because now it's in his new comic discoveries box...

You can see his site here:

http://framed.keenspace.com
ANYTHING is possible...within limits.
Those limits are set on ourselves by ourselves.
The trick is getting around them...
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Postby Tonamel on Tue Apr 02, 2002 2:42 pm

Yep, that's the link that brought me here!

And I don't mind that the comic wasn't up as promised. I'm just glad that you still intend to have a comic :smile:

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