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Boy, I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I started this. I've had requests for some sort of expressions tutorial dating back a while now, so I figured, "Sure! I can explain expression drawing...and it'll be way better than all those tutorials out there that are nothing but charts of generic expressions. Yeah! Just give me a day or two to whip something up..." Um. Anyway, I found all I could really do was try to explain ways to teach yourself...and then add some pictures.
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Tuesday, April 19 – 12:00 AM Today’s comic is a bit more universal than usual, I think. I’ll admit it, I’m a dog person…but cat-owner Sarah really liked this one, so I think fans of felines won’t mind. After all, the cat is the funnier one in the comic. Apparently Nintendo agreed with the sentiment of this strip as well, since (as I’ve very recently learned) you can’t really do much at all with the kittens in Nintendogs + Cats. So I’m back from NoBrandCon in Eau Claire, Wisconsin! Here’s a picture of our booth, complete with banner! But yeah, between selling stuff, signing stuff, drawing stuff, playing the Philips CD-i and Famicom Disc System, duking it out in Brawl with other players, and vengefully stealing a level from Chris in Munchkin to win the game, it was certainly a weekend I’ll always remember. Long blog post today, but finally, one more thank you to the fans for their perpetual support and feedback. -By Matthew
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You are now Dmitri Argoth. You are composing a letter of heartfelt apology. While on lookout duty last night a young khajiit woman tackled you from out of nowhere, declaring that she was “horn and drunky” and “wouldn’t take no for an answer”. Yet afterwards as you rode back to Garlas Agea, you couldn’t help but feel guilty. With this in mind, you have written a more comprehensive letter to the khajiit. Then again, if you took on a khajiit apprentice the other necromancers here might start thinking you have a cat thing.
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–Jiub gibbed the creatures justly just because they were such dicks For every racer seen today Saint Jiub has slain six!The savage mer among the cliffs would hear no beating wings. Now every man and beast and elf in celebration sings: He stopped the wing’ed ne’er-do-well Threw every star in Tamriel And made a safer Vvardenfell For Dunmer and their kin! When the priests said killing fliers was poor reason to anoint Jiub jumped and punched an eagle just to prove a fucking point: That things that flew above the land could not be left to live That birds may flap and bees may buzz but both would fear Saint Jiiiiiub! Cyrodiil holidays are really weird. He says it was his pleasure. You tell Asotil that your favorite holiday was always Tales and Tallows. I mean, I never really did the candy thing. And now… well, I guess that old flame is still there. Sorry, I’m rambling here and not really thinking. Of course, he wasn’t always the Spotless Example of Impeccable Lawfulness he is today. What?
You return Tavia’s greeting and say that spell scrolls are definitely something you’d be interested in. At least perusing them, anyway; right now you really don’t have the money to- Hold that thought. You suddenly notice the unfamiliar, hooded man standing nearby. You tell Tavia you’ll get back to her in a minute. Yeah, the way he’s poring over that shopping list definitely signifies he’s looking for something. WHY HELLO there, sir! You look like a fellow who is in need of something! The man kindly informs you that – as a brighter individual might infer from his priest robe – he’s not in the market for an exotic prostitute. Ignoring the unintentional gut-punch, you scamper after the man and explain that you’re not a prostitute, you’re a wizard! He shrugs and apologizes. Sigrid? What’s the Kvatch Mages Guild like? Yes, he says, your incessant questioning is the most annoying thing he has ever experienced. Oh. The man tells you not to worry about it. Really? Also my name is Katia!
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The Last Halloween
Page 1 1 Nov. 2013 Yessss! It has begun! With a rather non-postapocalyptic cover for the prologue of a postapocalyptic tale. On Monday I'll post a few pages at once, either three or four depending on where I feel is the best spot to cut the scene. Oof, I still have to fix some things with the first pages before that, most notably he font I'm using. And here's today's A Redtail's Dream pages up for some quick typo-checking. So, who wants to play a little game I'd like to call "guess where these sceneries are from" while we're waiting for Monday to arrive, hmm?
Stand Still. Stay Silent
Sep How Not To Write Comics Criticism A couple of years ago my good friend, the writer Sara Ryan, did the world a favor when she put together a blog post series called “How NOT to Write Comics.” These posts were needed in part because comic books are still not a very dominant medium in the English-speaking world. Yet many people in my part of the world still don’t really know how to read comics, much less create them. However, one group wasn’t served by “How Not To Write Comics,” because this group is not interested in writing comics per se. The results are, shall we say, mixed. For every column inch of well-considered and well-informed discussion, there are fifteen yards of lazy, confused, condescending, clueless, unhelpful, and sometimes even frankly hostile copy. Some of these critics are just jerks who resent that their editor has torn the galley copy of the latest Houellebecq novel out of their hands and replaced it with some stupid book with pictures in it. #1. So. #2. Bang! Biff!
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House of Pancakes
Fluke, Ladies and Gentlemen. We have new Fan Art from DaniVilliers. And… it’s Kyle and The Annihilator as My Little Pony ponies! I cannot tell you how much seeing this tickles me. (It’s taking all my willpower not to start belting out “If you want to ride… ride the white pony!“) And I know we count more than one brony among our readership here. (Thanks, DaniVilliers!) Look down below! Special thanks go out to long-time supporters Alba C. And OMG, floored-and humbled, deeply grateful, superhero strength hugs go out to longtime The Young Protectors superfriend Meagan S. whose amazingly generous $100 donation marks their sixth amazingly generous donation to this comic! Thank you all so, so much! So, this is one of my favorite pages of art in all the comic so far. (Actually, it’s not all about the guy linework for me on this page. Anyhoo! Oh, and I should mention that now that we’ve got everyone’s powers identified, it’s time for a very special next page.
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