Comic 1741 - Got to wait it out

28th Oct 2022, 7:01 AM in Spirit of Adventure
Got to wait it out
Average Rating: 5 (3 votes)
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Lackinganame 28th Oct 2022, 7:01 AM edit delete
Lackinganame
It's show time.

By the way, it's been a while I guess and the last few weeks may not have been the best pages to look to for examples. But I was wondering what you all thought of my art? Am I good? Not good? Line work? Color? Posing? Bellow or above what other free webcomic artist are doing?

Appreciate your thoughts and have a good weekend

(next spooky update 10-31-22)

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TheStratovarian 28th Oct 2022, 12:42 PM edit delete reply
TheStratovarian
The problems of having to wait out to prevent it vs being able to treat it now.

Rough choice.
Lackinganame 30th Oct 2022, 9:18 PM edit delete reply
Lackinganame
Treatments can be very uncomfortable.
jawbone 28th Oct 2022, 10:51 PM edit delete reply
jawbone
Do not compare yourself to others. Your conception is yours to develop and present to others in a way that makes sense to you. The art is fine; you have a particular visual vocabulary which works well for what you do. The only change you might want is to improve your grasp of the tools you use, but changing your idiom may be a giant misteak[sic]
Shadowwolfthe2nd 29th Oct 2022, 7:23 AM edit delete reply
Word, I've really enjoyed your art and think its great. Getting inspiration from other artists is fine, but you're not them, you dont need to compare your art "quality" to other people
Lackinganame 30th Oct 2022, 9:19 PM edit delete reply
Lackinganame
Thanks for the encouragement. I haven't had much luck in career prospects over the years. So I am worried that I am just in the wrong place.
Tyfariel 1st Nov 2022, 2:34 AM edit delete reply
Tyfariel
I think that people now expect a certain kind of "professionalism" from casual mediums that they often overlook others because they don't think the quality is as good. I think your style is unique and I love seeing how far you've come from the pencil and paper archives while still keeping key points of what makes your style yours!
jawbone 1st Nov 2022, 6:03 PM edit delete reply
jawbone
[aside] Careers might depend on who you know, and how well. The only reason I had anything resembling a career was that friends placed interestingly tapped me on the shoulder and presented opportunities, leading to over 20 years of doing nifty things with nifty things in company with nifty people. I wasn't actively seeking these jobs, and I seldom had much luck actively seeking jobs. Now I'm out of the rat race, gainfully retired since 2006, basically having aged out of a job market which discriminated against elders (lore keepers, if you will).
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