I couldn't think of a subforum that this would fit better in.
But i've been writing a webcomic.
Albeit inspired by it, I try to stray away from making it look similar to Homestuck as much as I can.
It's available on MSPFA, but what i'm really trying to divert attention to is the thread on MSPA forums where commands are suggested.
I've put more thought into this than what seems apparent, please be open minded.
Goddamn, that sounds cliche.
Anyway, look into it. But before I go,
Should I consider turning this into an interactive adventure on Facepunch as well, so maybe it'll kick up a little?
Some of the "best" panels so far:
I finally got my tablet yesterday and I have ZERO inspiration, help.
Hey guys get a load of this furfaggotry. Still WIP but hey, I have not come around to ruin your day in so long
Was supposed to be MIPS but I fucked it up
because i'm only just starting and can't into shading or coloring i have an outline of some Star Trek stoof
How can I render fire more realistically?
Fire, water and smoke are the hardest things to shade up because they are not hard surfaces that reflect light the way objects do. The only time I had a proper go at fire was about 4 years ago with this>
Not sure if thats any help? Your cracking sparky bits flying off the fire are about spot on.
The most important part about fire is that it really isn't something that has a consistent character so when you see something burning it isn't something enveloped in a yellow blaze with darker hues of orange to red following the body of the fire, but it has an almost camoflauge-like pattern where the various hues
of yellow red and orange all blend together and lick eachother like two people in love
Here is picture of fire
the brightest part of the fire isn't always near the 'center' of what is on fire, but it dances around like a drunken beggar looking for some spare change in the dark of the night with only his own hands to know his surroundings
its socnic an tales
Wicked, thanks to you both.
Jesus Christ, Krinkels, those are some well-rendered MSPaint artwork you made there.
I decided to dump this here:
Hi guys how about some black and white messy looking reaction pic because it's never been fucking done before
Clean those outlines up and you got a great reaction pic (and a great picture overall)
My first drawing evar in the world of a person, thanks for motivating me Wewt. No shading or color yet, don't rush my progress :(
Now I can continue drawing my stick figures arguing amongst themselves about sandwiches.
Its cold out there
I haven't lurked here ,but hope you take pixel art, I only did an avatar