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3.96 / 5.00

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Mar 12, 2012 | 10:07 AM EDT
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Illustration
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986 x 893 px
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webcomic
trungles
starfall
willow-wood

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It's been a minute since I last posted, but I have been busying myself with my senior show and my webcomic. This is a panel from one of the more recent pages. Did I mention that I do this hair thing in pretty much every panel? It takes ages, but I really love it. Most of the pen and ink work I've uploaded so far has been in color, but I wanted to post at least a couple pieces where the emphasis is entirely on the ink lines.

I've finally settled into a mode of working that's comfortable, so I get the super-fun task (read sarcasm) of going back and redoing all the pages at the very beginning where I did all the text in Microsoft Word. But now that I've gotten a mode of working down, I can get to work in making the pages more neat and uniform! Yay! Also, the homepage of the webcomic was overhauled to look less... crappy. Busy, busy.

I'm also not sure if this should be labeled "some nudity" or "lots," but I figured "some" would be okay since I tend not to be one to be all, "HERE, HAVE SOME BOOBIES." :) Tell me if I'm wrong and should relabel it.

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FightingSeraphFightingSeraph

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I have to agree with what Xyrophobia had said.

You have officially joined my favorite artists lists. First of all your style shows that you are a man with impeccable skills. I mean, there are no flaws with the anatomy, proportions, etc. Plus, I love what you did with the hair, even if that takes forever. Second, you have one incredibly vivid imagination to boot, which is a good sign in my book. The lack of genitalia when compared with your last two pictures may be off-putting, but this is still well done. By the way, have you considered collaborating with people in the other portals? (Read: Musicians, animators, writers, game designers, etc.)


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Trungles responds:

Thank you so much for the thoughtful response! I chose not to include the genitalia and the nipples for a couple reasons - I wanted to make the comic accessible to people who might be put off by explicit nudity, and I also didn't want to overstate particulars in the details of the body. My spot illustrations tend to include everything, just not the comic panels.

And I totally didn't know I could collaborate with folks here like that! I'll have to look into it!


XyrophobiaXyrophobia

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The hair is beautifully drawn, but giving her body a bit more definition would make the picture more appealing to the eyes. No need for colors though, pen and ink gives some of the best outcomes, and the background is nice being on the simple side to prevent the picture from overpowering it.
Great job though! Keep at it!


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Trungles responds:

Thank you so much! The hair takes ages, but it really is the easiest part relative to the body. I consider the hyper-minimal detail in the body to be a challenge. There are so many lines in the hair that each individual line matters less - the body, however, is made up of very few lines, which means that the lines have to absolutely count, or everything goes to heck - but I do agree with you; it would probably do the image some good to make the proportions more definition. I think I just like the soft, organic lines for my figures. I'll give it a shot next time!