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    u know I always tell u but I really like this comic, I like its darkness alot and thanks, I am trying so hard!

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    The positive comments always help, thanks.

    Are you drawing from photos? How are you at constructing anatomy on your own?

    Maybe you could try doing your own comic. Even if it only runs a few pages, you'll learn from it.

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    I have only used refs almost, cant really get down my imagination on paper im afraid. Need to start practicing that. I am not that good I believe, but I have almost never tried it.

    Would love to make my own comic, but as you see above I lack whats probably most important. But with practice maybe I can someday. Any tips for this day?

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    Sick, sick, sick. It makes me squirm just from reading it. Good job.

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    neat-o it has some real elements

    XTIN is this an exotic form of Tetragrammaton? Sort of reminds me of the song "The Hunting Machine" by Fictional after reading one of the poems on "The Lord of Teeth" on your website.

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    I'm afraid I've given you the wrong impression. I find the work very original, the song is quite obscure. You just don't see a lot of this caliber of work going on in the world. Aeon Flux had the same current going on, the level of weirdness was completely maxed out, yet managed to stay quite lucid and disturbing - you could follow it without running into walls like in other stories where artists are just not even trying to keep a plot together. But this is quite a different story. I love the references the the yugas, and the skipping between eons. To tell you the truth the black and white seems to fit well with the story ambiance, and I've always loved that kind of work, I love Bradstreet's work in this style. I'll definately pass it around as it's a really unique work, you should be thrilled.

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    welcome to the opinion of the general population - it's in poor taste and they can take cutting edge only in small doses.

    I'd expose it to a more alternative set, the gothic industrial crowd or metalheads, they would understand it.

    I had a chance to see Pain Tribe in Memphis - they basically do all of this stuff, hanging by meathooks, spinning them, brutal stuff. The crowd that showed up was quite large so there is an audience but it's underground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack the R View Post
    BTW I started posting XTIN on Smackjeeves, which has gotta be boy love manga central. Holy crap, it's humbling and disturbing to see so many boy love mangas, and they'll get a hundred fans by the third page. I've got 11 after posting 12 pages. Yikes.
    Yeah, but that's not you- that's them. I've seen what the "fan crazy" people of Deviantart can do, I can only imagine it gets MUCH MUCH sillier in a place dominated by one genre.

    I honestly like your black and white stuff quite a bit, but I understand your reasoning for changing it. I think the painting works well, it just sucks you have to kill yourself to achieve the results. One time I did 8 pages for a half-a-semester assignment. I thought I'd be suave and fully paint them. I did it, but damn was it annoying.

    If I might offer some suggestions to you, for continuing your painted works?

    You draw well, but you don't seem to draw much with your painted stuff (at least that's what I saw in the crit/WIP section when you were doing it earlier on). You kind of sketch in and start painting quickly, no?

    But painting goes much faster the stronger the drawing is. You might benefit from drawing your images, noting where light hits and where shadow hits. REALLY figure out the form, because figuring it out while you're painting takes twice as long, at least in my experience.

    Either way it's food for thought. I hope you keep going with this. Drive is most of the battle- and you've got a bunch of that.

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    Voted, I'm not a big gore or horror guy but your designs are outstanding and I keep coming back to see how the story plays out.

    If you're in Southern California around September there's a small independent comic convention hosted by the publisher I work for. Your stuff would fit right in.

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