Thursday, 1 July 2010

the last three days(ish)





6 comments:

  1. Even though you're waaay too hard on yourself, I like your angsty "emo" comics. They're very real and honest and relatable.

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  2. ahaha :) thanks Matt! lol, you know, I always feel better after you've left a comment! I'm trying to push away from 'no-one understands' to at least a valued reason for me feeling 'angsty' - and you've said some absolutely lovely things there, which are exactly what I'm aiming for with my work - thank you! The angsty stuff I'm having to draw (that's by someone else) is really two-dimentional, and it's getting really annoying...

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  3. But but but...I liiiiiiiiiiike the angsty stuff! LOL Matt definitely is right when he says your "angsty" stuff feels more like just open honesty than whiney emo.

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  4. oh good! :) even better! :D I think me calling my sad work emo and 'angsty' is the fact that I'm trying to take something serious to me and detract from it, I struggle drawing and posting some of my personal stuff, so I think if I can make fun of it, then I'm less likely to feel hurt if that's one of the criticisms... (if that makes sense?) lol. I'm so psycho-analyzing myself!

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  5. I totally understand where you're coming from. I read comics like John Kinhart's 'Sorry Comics' that is just so brutally honest and heart-wrenching and sometimes makes me cry...I wish I could be that open in my own comics. Whenever I try, I feel so vulnerable that I often don't even ink it after drawing it out. Or other times, I'll hide the serious subject matter in an extremely cartoonish style and throw in a ton of "lol"s to lighten the mood.

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  6. Well I'm going to push away from the above comments a little and say that I really wished I had a "V.S." shirt. Simply awesome.

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