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Anecdote on Comics Sherpa

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Anecdote on Comics Sherpa

Post by tkcartoonist on Mon 18 Apr - 7:10

I've been following this comic for over a year now, and the guy's incredibly good, with some of the best draftsmanship I've seen for a webcomic (I've tried to imitate his style in the past, I admire it so much), but don't take my word for it. It is now a feature on Comics Sherpa, and I would love to see it gain a larger audience.

http://www.comicssherpa.com/site/feature?uc_comic=cspmf
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Post by virtualpsycho on Mon 18 Apr - 22:20

I've never seen that comic before but it's brilliant...

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Post by cartunes-r-us on Fri 22 Apr - 23:17

I like the drawing of the colored girl...not so struck on the stickman in the sofa. Not boring though...a good try, and better than many actual publications.
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Re: Anecdote on Comics Sherpa

Post by LeahG on Sat 23 Apr - 11:01

I'm not overly enamoured though there is definite talent there and of course art work is excellent despite stick nature of characters, you can see the cartoonist can draw. I've used a shadow/line effect myself in the past for background / periphery characters. I think it's a nice style as it conveys message without doing too much artwork.

I think comic strips are so personal it's hard to find a firm favourite.
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Re: Anecdote on Comics Sherpa

Post by tkcartoonist on Mon 25 Apr - 8:28

I think the "stick figure" character is like that on purpose as I think it's the kid's chalk drawing.
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