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Jackarais THE GREAT 12th Sep 2014, 1:56 AM edit delete
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Super fun hangout time with the bike
energy bars
water canteens.
this is the post-apocalyptic life, bruh

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alston123 12th Sep 2014, 5:25 AM edit delete reply
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Aww. He's such a nice guy. I hope they become good friends. :)
GuyInSpace 12th Sep 2014, 10:06 AM edit delete reply
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I hope he doesn't say "Poet" next.
Jackarais 12th Sep 2014, 7:28 PM edit delete reply
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What do you think he'll say? :)
Centcomm 12th Sep 2014, 12:20 PM edit delete reply
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yay nice guy!!! :D
AixenPixel 12th Sep 2014, 3:03 PM edit delete reply

Hehe instead of Dat candy --shot--
Jackarais 12th Sep 2014, 7:29 PM edit delete reply
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AixenPixel 12th Sep 2014, 7:39 PM edit delete reply
XDDDDD *Evil laughter*
I CANT help mahself
you should know that already!!!! HAR HAR HAARRRRRR
Zanny 13th Sep 2014, 4:37 PM edit delete reply
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Oh woweewow! This comic is such a ride to read.

This is gonna be long, sorry.

I've been waiting until I was in the right frame of mind to read up on my subscribed comics and I am so happy I read yours first. Firstly the art style and technique you've used, it really really makes me want to just touch it and squee and draw more traditional comics. Your body diversity is so astounding and lovely and the detail in the character's alone is something to behold, I really have the urge to just grab a bunch of references and try and draw them as detailed as possible now your art is that fucking gorgeous! And don't get me started on the backgrounds. On one page near the beginning your background placement kind of confused me, but that was the only time, everything after that is just, eye candy and lovely to look at. I'm probably going to re-read this again just to fawn over all the art.

ALSO YOUR PANEL PLACEMENTS, I love when people aren't afraid to experiment with panel placements, and oh boy do you experiment, I'm envious but inspired man!

Now the story, oh WOW THE STORY! I have no fucking clue what's going on WHICH IS FUCKING GREAT since our POV has no fucking clue either but oh GOD that recording of the guy going crazy, I WAS FREAKING OUT WHEN THE GUY RETURNED AND POET WAS STILL IN THE HOUSE. I love how you're only using dialogue where needed and not having the character's spell out wtf's going on like "OH SHIT WENT DOWN AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD." or stupid ass clues like that, you're making us fucking hunt to figure out what's going on and I am so into that...Sorry I rambled too much oh god, sorry.

I look forward to reading the next update!
Jackarais 23rd Sep 2014, 2:16 AM edit delete reply
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As much as I adore drawing digitally, I've gotta put at least a smidgeon of traditional work into my art for it to feel the most uh...how do you say... natural? For me. I highly reccommend that you try drawing traditional comics sometime! They're just so...ugh. I dunno. There's something about drawing on the texture of paper that you can't replicate digitally, y'know?

Oh god, yeah. I have so many qualms with the beginning of the story, but I just keep telling myself to forgive my mistakes and move on. I had some--but not a lot--of background-drawing experience before I dove into this comic, so naturally I'm getting better as I go along. :D That is rather the point of working on a project for several years, though, isn't it? Experience. Improvement. :>

Mannnn I'm glad you like the panel placement--this comic has actually been one of the most difficult for me in terms of paneling. I was much happier with the panelwork I did in my later rounds of Roulette City OCT because they were just uh...no thought, just flow. It made them wonky sometimes but I never got *caught up* in it, they just happened. And with Bicycle Boy I always over think the panel placement and get in arguments with myself over how the panels should be placed. And subsequently end up stressing myself out. hehe

Also jeezus
I'm uh
I'm very very very flattered by this comment and was kind of overwhelmed by how nice it is (that's why it took me a week and a half to reply, gomen) and I'm delighted that the story has you hooked. Writing has always been the hardest part for me--and its good that it pays off for you.

I mean...jeez. Words like these? Like this comment you spent the time to write up for me? This is the stuff that keeps me going. I just

thank you.