winter_combat_knight wrote: »
Looking nice so far. my only beef was with one of the swars characters. YOu seem to have an overall good understanding of weight/pose and proportions, but there are little faults like this
nothing major, but watch the direction of the shoulders and hip. that little detail of anatomy always messes with me. the easiest way is to just lightly draw in a horizon line just so you always remember what angle youre drawing the figure from
earthwormadam wrote: »
Usual Geeks sounds like an incredibly cliche and yawnworthy webcomic title. There are a million comics like this already, do you really want to be geeky character comic 1,000,001? Why not blaze a trail into uncharted comic territory?
I like the sketch though, even though she has impossible hips, shes got character.
melting_doll wrote: »
That design is fun, but I agree with Adam. There are too many Geek comics out there. If you're really into pursuing it, I'd suggest trying to find some sort of quirk or uniqueness you can add to yours to make it really stand out. If it's just a few characters that make jokes and talk about gaming all day, it'll be another webcomic that just gets lost in the crowd.
Mustang wrote: »
That thing is getting around. I did one, though I went all out and filled all 30 squares with just artists.
Mustang wrote: »
It looks like a transvestite gremlin who went overboard on the boob job.
If that's what you were aiming for;
But I would flesh out the rest of the figure, cutting it off at the massive breasts over-emphasizes the massive breasts. And lose the epic nipple, it's fuggin creepy. The colouring isn't awful if you're aiming for that over-saturated WoW look.