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Oh God, it's another web comic. It burns the eyes.
Hi there. Y'all probably don't know me too well, but I lurk here quite a lot, and harass people in the live feed chats.
Regardless, I've been working on both honing my art (which has been lackluster forever and a day) and trying to create a new, lovable world, though I'm getting ahead of myself. I'm mainly looking for any thoughts you may have on my latest set of comic strips. I'm trying to bring together something that is both unique and professional looking.
I'm gonna beat you to the punch and say that none of my comics (the 'Happily Inked!' series) are laugh-out-loud funny, since I've discovered that I'm just not a very funny person. Instead, I've gone for more of a charming set of lead characters.
A little exposition - the two leads are "Inky" and "Dinky." Inky is a mild-mannered, borderline naive American who lives alone with his pet primate "Dinky."
Anyway, any suggestions on how I can improve the style of these comics would be of much help. The style is meant to be as simplistic as possible while stylishly portraying a story in every 1-6 panels. Thanks. http://www.happilyinked.com
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If you care to see where I kind of stand in my (lack of) artistic skill, here's some of my most recent works.
I COMPLETELY screwed myself on the lightning and effects on this one. I'm pretty embarrassed to even show it.