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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #50 on: 17 Apr 2008, 01:43 »

I fucking hate it when people talk like they assume the person in question would absolutely be up for having sex with them, or that they have no say in it at all.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #51 on: 17 Apr 2008, 03:46 »

It's kinda difficile to say "Man I'd totally wreck that chick were she willing and/or tied up." Besides. that part is always implied.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #52 on: 17 Apr 2008, 06:34 »

Oh, that's okay then. Also I would totally fuck you.

(Not rude or creepy at all!)
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #53 on: 17 Apr 2008, 07:05 »

Would I have sex with any of the characters?

No, because they are two dimensional fictitious people ON THE INTERNET.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #54 on: 17 Apr 2008, 10:07 »

Would I have sex with any of the characters?

No, because they are two dimensional fictitious people ON THE INTERNET.

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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #55 on: 17 Apr 2008, 12:50 »

Would I have sex with any of the characters?

No, because they are two dimensional fictitious people ON THE INTERNET.

Now your'e gonna hold that against them?


Topicwise: The drawings got better and better up until about 900ish, and then they have stabilized on pretty much the same. The changes isn't as drastic nowdays.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #56 on: 19 Apr 2008, 16:29 »

Dora man. I'd totally wreck that chick. 8-)

Along with Gadget from the Rescue Rangers, right?
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #57 on: 19 Apr 2008, 17:16 »

Would I have sex with any of the characters?

No, because they are two dimensional fictitious people ON THE INTERNET.

Now your'e gonna hold that against them?


Topicwise: The drawings got better and better up until about 900ish, and then they have stabilized on pretty much the same. The changes isn't as drastic nowdays.

True. But also remember that Pintsize was arguably better in the beginning.
lawl sexier too :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #58 on: 20 Apr 2008, 15:03 »

But he didn't have elbows in the beginning. Do you want to take that away from the poor guy?  :-(
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #59 on: 20 Apr 2008, 19:05 »

It'd be nearly a hate crime to deprive someone of their weenis, an act that could've only been born of a deep seated weenis envy.
In fact, I'd say the only reason for elbows at all is for the weenis.
I know that's the only reason I keep mine around, is for the weenis on each.



Weenis.


Also, a big fan of early 700 comic styling and the earlier stuff when Pintsize still had his laser belly. Good times.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #60 on: 21 Apr 2008, 10:08 »

This thread. It has issues.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #61 on: 25 Apr 2008, 11:27 »

This thread. It has issues.

I blame men.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #62 on: 27 Apr 2008, 18:03 »

I love them all equally, for real. the older ones were kinda pale and toony looking, great none the less.
I liked how as time progressed, the comic got better graphically, I have a 9"x12" Adesso tablet and am working on my skills on that when I have time. I am far better when I was drawing with pencil and paper, I have Paint Shop Pro 9 and and bought CS2 a while back still kind working on that though, hard getting used to the way the tablet draws.
The story is still freaking amazing, shocking, funny and compelling.
kept my ADD under control, hahah started reading it here at work Thursday night, and finished the last one in the wee hours this morning.
probably the equivalent to Hanner's OCD  now I'm itching for the next one.  :roll:
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #63 on: 30 Apr 2008, 08:45 »

Art styles evolve. Even the art in classic newspaper cartoons like Peanuts and Calvin and Hobbes evolved. If you look at a Peanuts from the 50's and one from the 70's, the art is almost unrecognisable as being from the same strip, by the same artist.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #64 on: 03 May 2008, 12:03 »

To the OP,

I put a comparison of Faye in comic 300 and the latest Faye comic, about 4 days ago.  If you honestly think 300 Faye is sexier than current Faye, you are certifiably insane. 



Seriously, there's no comparison.  Current Faye = teh hawt.  Old Faye = meh.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #65 on: 03 May 2008, 22:09 »

They are drawings. If you think cartoon characters are "teh hawt" or any variation of that term, then there is something wrong with you.
Seriously, go get some fresh air and look at some real people for a while. Maybe then you won't seem so goddamn creepy

The changes in style are really amazing to show how much Jeph has improved over the years, in terms of proportions, clothing folds, and general drawing skills. The fact that some people think that his characters aren't as sexually appealing doesn't mean a thing. This shouldn't even be a discussion.
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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #66 on: 04 May 2008, 00:42 »

They are drawings. If you think cartoon characters are "teh hawt" or any variation of that term, then there is something wrong with you.
Seriously, go get some fresh air and look at some real people for a while. Maybe then you won't seem so goddamn creepy

The changes in style are really amazing to show how much Jeph has improved over the years, in terms of proportions, clothing folds, and general drawing skills. The fact that some people think that his characters aren't as sexually appealing doesn't mean a thing. This shouldn't even be a discussion.

Hey kiddo.  Sorry about whatever in your life caused so much bitterness.  But occassionally, when looking at pictures of people drawn and designed to look attractive, I am attracted!  Wow!  How could that have happened?  Something that isn't a real person is attractive?  Who could have ever dreamed of that possibility?  Artists for thousands of years throughout all of history?  nah....

You probably should leave some more posts dripping with condescension, though, just in case anybody was unclear about how superior you are to people who are gross and find fictional characters somewhat attractive.  Also be sure to point out how much better you are than everyone because you don't use silly internet language like "teh hawt" for comedic effect.  Remember:  THE INTERNET IS SERIOUS BISNESS.  YOU MUST WIN.



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Re: Change in drawing style over time = BAD
« Reply #67 on: 04 May 2008, 05:15 »

Danny Newkid, Jeph has said before that he thinks that people finding his characters sexually attractive is creepy and hates when people talk about it.

Also, locking this thread because it's shit.
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