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Adam Dravian

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The Common Pitfalls With Webcomics
« on: December 05, 2016, 08:37:45 PM »

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Re: The Common Pitfalls With Webcomics
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2016, 10:49:14 PM »
An annoying amount of boobs?  That's absurd!  If anything, there needs to be more boobs!  Also, you guys should totally have me as a guest comic-provided of course if you and Jessica like your comic to feature stick figures fighting each other.  Everybody loves stick figures, right?  Anyways, great job on avoiding most of those pitfalls!  I know that doing a web comic is hard work, but you and Jessica are doing phenomenal!   Also, I'm totally not serious about the guest comic thing.  I am actually capable of drawing more than just stick figures, but at the same time I'm not that good of an artist.  I drew a picture of Super Mario a while ago and it's okay, I guess.  You can tell that it's actually supposed to be Super Mario and everything, but still, it's not that impressive. 
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Re: The Common Pitfalls With Webcomics
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2016, 11:28:58 PM »
An annoying amount of boobs?  That's absurd!  If anything, there needs to be more boobs!

Funny that you say that. The night gown Rebecca Slater's wearing was inspired by a nightgown from a certain '80s movie, but in the movie it's very translucent. Jessica decided it'd be too weird for Mrs. Slater to be lounging around by herself in a see-through gown, so she made it opaque. Plus, the end of Issue 3 is already pretty packed with nudity.

Also, you guys should totally have me as a guest comic-provided of course if you and Jessica like your comic to feature stick figures fighting each other.  Everybody loves stick figures, right?  Anyways, great job on avoiding most of those pitfalls!  I know that doing a web comic is hard work, but you and Jessica are doing phenomenal!

Thanks, Microwave Dude! Even though we do this comic mostly for ourselves, it's always rad to know others appreciate our creation.

Also, I'm totally not serious about the guest comic thing.  I am actually capable of drawing more than just stick figures, but at the same time I'm not that good of an artist.  I drew a picture of Super Mario a while ago and it's okay, I guess.  You can tell that it's actually supposed to be Super Mario and everything, but still, it's not that impressive.

Art's hard. I used to draw a lot when I was a kid (almost exclusively stuff related to video games), and I remember my art teacher saying I had potential to be a great artist, but I never really advanced beyond my third grade skills. Did you ever see this post where I drew my own version of one of SN8X's comic panels?

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Re: The Common Pitfalls With Webcomics
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2016, 02:53:03 PM »
Did you ever see this post where I drew my own version of one of SN8X's comic panels?

Oh I forgot about the hair in your drawing! Still hilarious.

It's probably best my drawing skills are virtually non-existent because I hardly ever finish anything..
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« Reply #4 on: December 08, 2016, 01:18:31 AM »
Perhaps one of these days I'll get the motivation to re-draw my whole comic in my awesome style. However, I don't know if the world is ready for such radness to be unleashed.