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Stolen "color"


Author Comments

I made this comic for the NG comic jam 4.
I was going to color it and just update the file after the competition ended. However, I think its important to preserve the original as it is, so people can still see what was created in the short time frame. So I have decided to just upload the colored version (this one) as a separate image altogether. ENJOY!


Amazing! I like the twist and I love the face in the last panel. Excellent work.

You kept the "crule" spelling! Awesome. This looks about as hot as sex, you really colour well.

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deathink responds:

You were right... it does look better spelled like that.

Holy shit, it looked fantastic without the coloring, and now it somehow looks better. You're crazy, man.

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deathink responds:

I am sooo cray cray.

I didn't think it could look any better but some how you managed to make it look 2 times better when you colored it. Great job once again

deathink responds:

Thanks man!

Oh man, this looks even better colored. I love the creases in the "paper".

To be honest, I thought the last panel had a better impact in the black-and-white version - maybe something about the eyes. But that's probably just because I saw the other one first.

I seriously love this comic; one of the best I've seen on here.

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deathink responds:

Yeah, I felt that too, its odd how soo much of the impact can be changed by adding color.

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Credits & Info

4.69 / 5.00

Feb 26, 2013
5:36 PM EST
File Info
761 x 2175 px
1.3 MB

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