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4th Feb 2018, 2:38 PM
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4th Feb 2018, 3:07 PM
biffboff
A "boob thread" would've been a far better indictment. But - Hey! - you do you, pumpkin. Some people prefer testicles. I don't judge... Pro tip: the proper response to obfuscation and deflection is "Piss off, kyo." But 5/5 for continuing CF passive-aggression; it's an endless source of humour!
5th Feb 2018, 6:35 AM
MadJak91
LMAO, is that line crossing the first panel border there on purpose?? :D

Yep! I pretty much switched to "I-do-not-give-two-effs-about-any-of-them"-ism. Or people discussing them for that matter. Really. All the -isms merged into one single issue. Agenda. Was there ANY point in social media in the first place? I remember nobody needed them way back just fine. Hm.
5th Feb 2018, 10:56 PM
killersteak
That's because I have no idea how to properly work with the way clip studio does frames compared to how I do them in other programs. The result is bleeding lines show up rather than being blocked by the gutter.
By the time I'm done they've blended in and I forget to erase them.
10th Feb 2018, 7:01 PM
BeeMKay
In Clip Studio, check the layers panel. Next to the frames is a second symbol that needs to be crossed throegh to make the borders invisible. The control for that is, if you select the icon, in the top right of the layer panel.
10th Feb 2018, 7:10 PM
killersteak
I'll check it out, thanks.
15th Feb 2018, 10:40 PM
BA
I'm still here and I still read this.

I would like to point out though, that I think your strips really shine when you make social commentary, really witty/clever. But maybe that's just me since it appeals more to my sense of taste.

Keep it up! ;)
15th Feb 2018, 11:02 PM
killersteak
Thanks for reading!

I've had conflicting opinions on whether the commentary ones or just the silly ones are better.
But then why have a comic strip if you don't at least touch on certain issues now and then. I grew up reading plenty of comics that had a mix of both.
16th Feb 2018, 8:25 PM
BA
You're welcome!

I'd say it depends on what you expect to achieve with the comic and what your goals are.

Is it for a message? For you? Or only for a specific audience?

From my perspective, I'd say it's best to strike a balance between both (social commentary and silly) since they are pretty much the essence of Mr.Flower.

But it really depends on what you want and what you enjoy the best when doing these strips. That is important too if you don't want to lose your integrity and artistic soul.