Doodles 7 - This cat is a landmine.

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Postby [AlmightyPyro] on Mon Jun 11, 2007 9:13 pm

Jack cross bread a demon and a cat thing?
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Postby BeefotronX on Mon Jun 11, 2007 10:04 pm

These I drew whilst at the cookout, using the uberleet media of ballpoint pen and crayon.
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Postby Sput on Mon Jun 11, 2007 10:50 pm

[AlmightyPyro] wrote:Jack cross bread a demon and a cat thing?


*shrug* he's my friend's character:

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/50975481/

and i adore him. XD
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Postby [AlmightyPyro] on Tue Jun 12, 2007 9:42 am

*clickity*

Ooh I like him!
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Postby Nervous Spy on Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:49 am

I like him, too - I think he might actually be the cat that is a landmine.

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Postby Mr.Bob on Tue Jun 12, 2007 1:07 pm

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Postby CaptainClaude on Tue Jun 12, 2007 1:20 pm

the secret to avoiding kneecrotch is to jump
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Postby Rusty Knight on Tue Jun 12, 2007 1:21 pm

ryclaude wrote:the secret to avoiding kneecrotch is to jump
...or to move your crotch elsewhere...

*nods sagely*
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Postby Tim on Tue Jun 12, 2007 1:24 pm

Rusty Knight wrote:
ryclaude wrote:the secret to avoiding kneecrotch is to jump
...or to move your crotch elsewhere...

*nods sagely*

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Postby Rusty Knight on Tue Jun 12, 2007 1:26 pm

Tim wrote:
Rusty Knight wrote:
ryclaude wrote:the secret to avoiding kneecrotch is to jump
...or to move your crotch elsewhere...

*nods sagely*

Hard to do when you're being crushed by 2000 pounds of other people.
Quite true.
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Postby VIIStar on Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:22 pm

EvilChihuahua:

Yeah, the "doodle" moniker is really more of a suggestion. People post finished pics all the time. I only mentioned it because I went to your site and you only seemed to color for chapter covers.


Meh, i only color when i can justify the expense of time. Also my comic is in a manga style, not american, which means all toner and not (or selective) color.

but the Raeux promo was colored... ^^; (which is why i didn't finish the one on the first post)

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Postby CaptainClaude on Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:25 pm

VIIStar wrote:
EvilChihuahua:

Yeah, the "doodle" moniker is really more of a suggestion. People post finished pics all the time.


Meh, i only color when i can justify the expense of time. Also my comic is in a manga style, not american, which means all toner and not (or selective) color.


AAAAAAAAAAAH! STUPID. STUPID. STUPID.
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Postby VIIStar on Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:35 pm

ryclaude wrote:
VIIStar wrote:
EvilChihuahua:

Yeah, the "doodle" moniker is really more of a suggestion. People post finished pics all the time.


Meh, i only color when i can justify the expense of time. Also my comic is in a manga style, not american, which means all toner and not (or selective) color.


AAAAAAAAAAAH! STUPID. STUPID. STUPID.


... okaaay.....
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Postby The Mortician on Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:41 pm

My goodness. Those noses are daggers and super manga eyes D:
They must be.... DUN DUN DUN... "Dagger Moles!"
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Postby Keffria on Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:43 pm

VIIStar wrote:
ryclaude wrote:
VIIStar wrote:Meh, i only color when i can justify the expense of time. Also my comic is in a manga style, not american, which means all toner and not (or selective) color.


AAAAAAAAAAAH! STUPID. STUPID. STUPID.


... okaaay.....

You could read this comment in a few ways:

(1) Manga is done to death in the webcomicking scene, and insisting on clinging to superficial manga guidelines (e.g. right-to-left, enormous eyes, honorifics) will turn away a lot of discerning readers who see "manga-style" comics as derivative, juvenile, and generally crappy. The fact is that a lot of the really good artists on these boards started out with a generic crappy manga style and gradually moved away from it and established their own, unique style of comic art.

(2) If you look at, you know, real manga, you'll see a variety of styles, some of which don't use toner or selective colour. Or enormous eyes. Or snout noses. Or stock facial expressions. Or whatever other "conventions" you might think of. Saying that you draw in "manga style" therefore becomes kind of stupid.

(3) The manga format is not always suited to webcomicking, either. You can get away with manga-style comic pacing if you release a whole whack of pages (e.g. a chapter) at once, as you'd get in a manga that's serialized in a magazine, but weekly updates with extended fight scenes and establishing shots will be boring.

(4) Don't bash American comics, as they, too, have a variety of styles. American/Manga is a stupid dichotomy, especially nowadays, with artists borrowing a variety of techniques.
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Postby CaptainClaude on Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:45 pm

Keffria wrote:
VIIStar wrote:
ryclaude wrote:
VIIStar wrote:Meh, i only color when i can justify the expense of time. Also my comic is in a manga style, not american, which means all toner and not (or selective) color.


AAAAAAAAAAAH! STUPID. STUPID. STUPID.


... okaaay.....
(2) If you look at, you know, real manga, you'll see a variety of styles, some of which don't use toner or selective colour. Or enormous eyes. Or snout noses. Or whatever other conventions you might think of. Saying that you draw in "manga style" therefore becomes kind of stupid.


that one
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Postby Sincerely on Tue Jun 12, 2007 3:04 pm

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Or she'll throw mud in your face.
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Postby SergeXIII on Tue Jun 12, 2007 3:41 pm

Keffria wrote:
VIIStar wrote:
ryclaude wrote:
VIIStar wrote:Meh, i only color when i can justify the expense of time. Also my comic is in a manga style, not american, which means all toner and not (or selective) color.


AAAAAAAAAAAH! STUPID. STUPID. STUPID.


... okaaay.....

You could read this comment in a few ways:

(1) Manga is done to death in the webcomicking scene, and insisting on clinging to superficial manga guidelines (e.g. right-to-left, enormous eyes, honorifics) will turn away a lot of discerning readers who see "manga-style" comics as derivative, juvenile, and generally crappy. The fact is that a lot of the really good artists on these boards started out with a generic crappy manga style and gradually moved away from it and established their own, unique style of comic art.

(2) If you look at, you know, real manga, you'll see a variety of styles, some of which don't use toner or selective colour. Or enormous eyes. Or snout noses. Or stock facial expressions. Or whatever other "conventions" you might think of. Saying that you draw in "manga style" therefore becomes kind of stupid.

(3) The manga format is not always suited to webcomicking, either. You can get away with manga-style comic pacing if you release a whole whack of pages (e.g. a chapter) at once, as you'd get in a manga that's serialized in a magazine, but weekly updates with extended fight scenes and establishing shots will be boring.

(4) Don't bash American comics, as they, too, have a variety of styles. American/Manga is a stupid dichotomy, especially nowadays, with artists borrowing a variety of techniques.


Bravo!
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Postby Jackhass on Tue Jun 12, 2007 3:49 pm

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Love the see-through dress effect there...good stuff.
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Postby Wp on Tue Jun 12, 2007 4:30 pm

ryclaude wrote:
Keffria wrote:(2) If you look at, you know, real manga, you'll see a variety of styles, some of which don't use toner or selective colour. Or enormous eyes. Or snout noses. Or whatever other conventions you might think of. Saying that you draw in "manga style" therefore becomes kind of stupid.


that one


How can you be pro-manga and not know how many different styles of manga there are?
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