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I'd like opinions on these, if you could.
« on: 23 Jan 2005, 17:53 »

I've been entertaining the idea of doing a webcomic for a while, now, but I'm not sure.  I'm still not sure.

The character I'd like to use is often pictured in my deviantart gallery, but I wouldn't want anyone to go fishing for them admist things that aren't the best, nor things that don't pertain to him.

His name is Jim Skinny, and I do have something of a story, but it would revolve around him.  Supporting characters would exist, but I just need comments on Jim himself.

Here are the images' links.  If you could help me out, I would grow flowers for you of such beauty you would not know!

That's about it of what's relevant right now.  You don't have to comment on all of them, just the general idea of Jim or something.  I want to share him with people because he's a special creation to me.  He's something that came up during hard times and doodling him became a release.  I'd like to share that feeling with everyone that would want to see it.

So, critique, comments, or just sunshine (if you really want) is encouraged.  Not so much the sunshine.  I want real opinions, not things to help me feel better.

Just remember that all of these are considered finished drawings, so I can't really change them.  But certain things about Jim for future references would work.  :)

Thank you so very much (in advance)!

(edit:  had to fix a link.  Darnit.)


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I'd like opinions on these, if you could.
« Reply #1 on: 23 Jan 2005, 18:37 »

Not bad. Expect a lot of people to ask the following questions:

Why does he have wings? Is he an angel? What kind of animal is he?

And of course by choosing 'furry' art you are accepting that you will be joining a fandom that has a certain... er... reputation about it.

He certainly is skinny. Add a bit of character and plot background for more. It's not just art, it's a story.


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I'd like opinions on these, if you could.
« Reply #2 on: 24 Jan 2005, 00:02 »

Whoa, it's great! I like his goth-y look. And you have a good understanding for the dynamics of movement. Awesome!
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