Madness Combat Comic Part 2


Author Comments

GRUHHH!! So, first off, second part to my previous crappy Madness Combat comic is done. I actually spent a couple of days working on this one. Tried out a different art style then my more usually animated one. I like this art style, but I want to go back to my animated/cartoony one. Also, thing that REALLY ticks me off about this one is the fact I hate the preview image! My internet keeps glitching up to where i can't cut a better image, which bites. So, sorry bout that. Also, sorry that there's only a couple panels of extreme violence, I was trying to build up a kind of good opening. I PROMISE if i do a third madness combat comic (whiiich I prolly will for Madness Day) i'll have it action packed, lol. I am pretty proud of my comic book Hank design as well. Also, to make up for the lack of violence, I added strippers. Strippers make everything better, even if they're faceless, lol. So, tell me if you like or hate this comic. It will help me decide if I want to do another. Also, Madness Combat was not made by me, it was made by the super awesome Krinkels. I highly suggest you look him up right now on newgrounds, and go watch a ton of Madness Combat if you have not. Trust me, it is way better than this comic, lol. So yaw. Tell me what ya think.


I think they forgot to iron their suits.

SMOKER9 responds:

Haha, yaw, i kinda get carried away when i draw outfits and tend to give them all wrinkles. Next time i'll draw them with proper, more smooth suits, lol.

pretty cool, did you use a pencil to draw? Doesn't look bad just haven't seen pencil drawings in ages lol

SMOKER9 responds:

Thanks, and I actually used pencil to shade the outfits and stuff. I wanted to use all ink, but pencil kind of just gives it a cooler look to me, lol.

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4.50 / 5.00

Sep 9, 2015
1:54 PM EDT
File Info
1112 x 8510 px
4.5 MB

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