VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:I have ~17 pages left in this chapter and I'm really hungry to finish them before August 8, at which point it will mark a year since i started this damn chapter I doubt I'll be able to do it in time
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:I've been looking at some wretched deviantart pictures
RobboAKAscooby wrote:VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:I have ~17 pages left in this chapter and I'm really hungry to finish them before August 8, at which point it will mark a year since i started this damn chapter I doubt I'll be able to do it in time
I know that feeling *sigh*VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:I've been looking at some wretched deviantart pictures
THAT explains the extra page view!
But seriously, does Cuddly have a dA page?
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:No man, the things I'm looking at... my God, we're all Rembrandts and Picassos. Never doubt yourselves, friends. I've gazed into the abyss. We are safe.
She does, but barely uses it and has I think four whole pictures on it, two of which are the same but one's resized I'm butteredhugs over there I think
McDuffies wrote:You wanna be called Meatie?
robotthepirate wrote:That looks awesome, Peter! Much slicker image, and actually a lot more 10s (what do we call this decade anyway!)
Inspiring me to do some more RTP (which hasn't updated in far too long) and I would but the Wife will be home soon so I shouldn't get started at anything.
Also inspiring me to have a look at the WAY thread again.
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:I just clicked the link and already like the new splash/banner/title thingie.
McDuffies wrote:I think never being quite satisfied with your own work is quite a healthy approach, many artists I like appear as something of perfectionists to outsiders and fans, but that's just coming from having an idealized, unattainable picture of what your art (or skills) should be like.
Of course that goes as long as you've established a criteria of adequacy, after which you stop tampering with your work and let it live it's own life. It's crucial that you're able to draw a line above your work and say "For better or worse, this is finished." Going back to your old work and fixing it up over and over again, or touching up pages for months or longer before publishing them are ways to stunt your creative growth.
LibertyCabbage wrote:I finished scripting a 96-page rough draft for a story set in the Freedom Fries/Orange Revolution universe. I'm pretty excited about the story; I'm less excited about actually drawing it, particularly since I haven't done any drawing in a long time. I'm planning on spending a few months doing art practice in preparation, though, so hopefully I'll be posting some random drawings on the forums in the near future.
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:Nice, I look forward to it.
Yeahduff wrote:The comic will be 96 pages or the rough draft is 96 pages?
chainmailbikini wrote:I would love to get to a point where I can start posting twice a week, that's my goal to work up to. We'll see.
Phact0rri wrote:I'm trying to part my weeks in some way to give me a few hours of drawing time.. enough to draw a page or two a week. its been tough!
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