Worms Lost in the Forest


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A comic I made of 2 worms who are lost in the forest! Enjoy!


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It's pretty good. The 4 is for the drawings, which are really good. On the other hand, the story is lacking, and the jokes don't really make it up, because they aren't ha-ha or stopped you for a moment to laugh on the inside kind of jokes, they're usually the tired ones. To go further in the plot, it kinda seems like an alternate path to be taken in the Dave & Carl series, The Abduction, which I chose because I'm pretty sure you saw it. That has to be some kind of compliment, at least for me. I'd say that all of your Worms comics I've seen look like abandoned Dave & Carl sketches, with worms everywhere. Overall pretty good, but plenty of room for improvement at the same time.

DoodlingHitman responds:

You're completely right! I can also see what you meant with that Dave & Carl thing. Heh, love that guy's comics btw.

This is an old piece however, and there are lots of things I dislike. The story is indeed lackluster. It all came up to me in the moment. I was more into drawing than coming up with a good story. I just wanted to draw and improve, thus creating random scenes in the process. I wouldn't call myself a writer at all, haha!

Lately, I have been busy and haven't made comics whatsoever. I do want to make loads, especially ones featuring Worms. I feel like, after all these years, I've gained a better understanding of what makes a good comic.

I'm not promising super quality content in the future, but I am aiming for improvement!

Thank you. :D

i LOVE the style and the color good job

DoodlingHitman responds:

Thank you very much! I also put a lot of effort into this one. :)

Credits & Info

4.50 / 5.00

May 15, 2014
10:24 AM EDT
File Info
2000 x 5000 px
5.8 MB

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