I have very warm feelings towards his work it’s just a shame he had to try to compete with Disney, you didn’t have to do that WHY DID YOU DO THAT nnnnooooooooooooooooooooo stop it d’aww now look what happened
Well I opened up submissions and asked friends for comics to be due by Oct 13th, and since that was the cut-off and I can’t spend too long not updating, I’m not accepting more. I got way more than I needed, and I’m catching up on comic pages. I will very likely do another guest period next year.
Before this job, I cleaned offices at a temp agency while also employed as a janitor for a recreational center.
Well, yes. With a zero tip, you can think to yourself “Oh, maybe they were low on cash, or they don’t know better, or they forgot.”
But to deliberately make sure that the waiter/server got the smallest amount of money humanly possible… well, it pisses me off as much as when I work Sundays and get a lousy (or no tip at all) attached to a note or business card that says, “Here’s a tip: don’t work on Sundays.”
Both of those things have happened to me more than once.
I don’t think I have a favorite?????? But I like Killer Queen, Fat Bottomed Girls and Don’t Stop Me Now the best????
I am bad at these sort of questions????????????????
I may draw a guide or tip sheet along with my boob tutorial someday, but for now — and a lot of this advice can be applicable to drawing girls with large breasts:
- Study photos of big girls — both nude and in various stages of dress. Pay attention to how fabric clings, wrinkles and bunches at joints and over rolls/bulges/curves.
- Draw the character naked or in their underwear before you attempt to draw clothes — this will help you put wrinkles in and drape fabric in the appropriate places.
- And there’s always drawing a medium-sized girl’s frame and, once you know how fat accumulates, using that “skeleton” and building up the fat around it — this will keep things proportional and will keep you from doing things like making the girls head too big or making her too tall because you instinctively want to keep “ideal” proportions — that’s fine until you have to draw her next to another differently shaped character.
Hope that was helpful, tried to keep it short and quick.
I alternate between using smooth Bristol for finished work and comic pages, and using 98lb/160g mixed media (right now, anyway) for doodles and sketching — I use really heavy weight drawing/sketching paper because I’m never sure what’s going to turn into something I wanna ink and polish.
I don’t like those. Sadly, I can’t remember why, but whenever I see them in the craft store I have enough memory of using them to make me frown and keep browsing.
Ugh, I dunno, I’ve gotten a pretty good jump-start off of Red Bull before… but I hate, hate, hate how they taste so much that I haven’t drunk them but twice before…
… they taste like someone heated up stale gummy bears and rendered them into a liquid, let it cool, and then mixed it with soda water. For me, that’s like ipecac in a can.
See, that sort of goes hand-in-hand with the dislikes, so I’ll do a big write up about it.
But, in short: I like sex-positive porn where the woman is in control of or orchestrates the situation — submissive or dominant, doesn’t matter — and there’s more of a focus on foreplay and mutual enjoyment than on the finish line and “money shots.”
I think my own fetishes/tastes are pretty central to my porn comics. I mean, my entire motivation was that most porn pissed me off, which I felt was weird since considering my love for comics and the focus I’ve given sex in my life, in theory I should love LOTS of porn comics. So, making porn is my attempt to make porn I not only approve of but personally enjoy.
Various brush pens. http://littlefroggies.tumblr.com/post/11347742404/my-inking-supply-list
He’s just neurotic in general and reads into things way too much. He assumes half of their conversations are about breaking up, when Praline is chill and doesn’t even seem to notice he’s freaking out. So they’re in a good relationship, he’s just a big baby.