Comic: Mind of a young artist
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Comic: Mind of a young artist

Author Comments

A short comic I made in about 2 hours. Take it for what it is. I got the idea from a comic a friend of mine made on a regular paper, and decided to make my own version.

No criticism please.

Reviews


The stickfigure style just enhances the comedy. :) It seems the text doesn't always stay within each frame, making the jokes float over the page, not always easily linked to a specific image. For example, I thought the MLP Fanart was for the big centerpiece at first, and the 'cat looks like a figer' for the 'No Daddy No!' box... which obviously raised some confusion... or were they actually supposed to be connected as I initially thought, but at a secondary glance didn't, because they seemed to make less sense that way? :/

Setting the slightly misplayed typohgraphical elements aside though, this was a fun idea. The Mr. Pringles Stick, hiding in a box, browsing the A ratings, hah, its a mesh of truth and comedy. Nice work!

-cd-



That part with the wow player made me laugh.
Also the NG Adult filter lol.
I didn't quite understood the MLP fanart part.
Though I don't know if it will be accepted in to the art portal since it looks sketchy.
Nice Comics.


Ax3L33 responds:

I have not posted it in the art portal. I sort of regret making all the characters stickfigures, but thats how the original comic was drawn, and I got a little lazy. Hehe. Oh, and the MLP fanart. I always feel bad when i se people wasting their time and talent on drawing ponies, but maybe thats just me. Haha. I draw shitty comics instead. Haha.

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Ax3L33
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Uploaded
Apr 7, 2013 | 7:31 AM EDT
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Illustration
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1500 x 500 px
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325.9 kb
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