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Vicemage's Comicking Adventures

Tales of laboring as a webcomic artist, and the quest for the holy grails of time-budgeting and readership.


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Skye River

Report | 01/11/2012 11:19 am

Skye River

Happy Birthday !

Report | 09/08/2010 5:56 pm


i love your avatar whee

Report | 07/12/2010 9:23 pm


Finally... you get Edward hair. biggrin

Report | 07/11/2010 7:07 pm


Just wondering.. smile Is this Pikeinverse? biggrin
Mike Oda

Report | 06/15/2010 12:39 pm

Mike Oda

Your advice for the blue pencil was very good, thank you smile

Report | 05/10/2010 6:35 pm


Hello there!
I just wanted to thank you for your advice in comic...ing.
"... think of your page as a full unit, not a collection of smaller pieces. Your layouts will be better if you visualize it all at once. Plan and thumbnail ahead of time instead of just jumping in, as well." This is a HUGE help to me!

Also, you know? You're right about the ackward staring into the camera! I'm always trying to find new and interesting view-points when I draw, but I guess it's something that I can work on all the same.

Thanks again!

Report | 05/06/2010 1:03 pm


I love your avatar! O:

Report | 03/09/2010 7:05 pm


Have a nice night smile

Report | 03/05/2010 8:27 pm


I don't care much for it, either. So I get a little huffy every time we have a new manager or something transfer in from another store. Have one I still don't like just because her personality grates so much on my nerves. =O Oh really? You have a computer science degree? Neat! I still have no idea what I want to do as far as that goes...
I never work weekends at the moment. Part time is cool like that for me. But that's when it's the busiest. x_x Children... So glad I don't have to deal with weekend bustle.

Heh heh heh. I like those kinds of alternate somewheres. But I think that's the human desire to see/experience this world with more sapient creatures than just humans roaming about. Heh, well, I guess that means you have a solid world even without the fantasy creatures. Good luck with giving them a reason to be there. :3

*nodnod* Kind of hard not to, not with certain con convention artists taking up more tables than they're allowed and other things, or strange MSPaint abusers who think they're the best thing to hit the digital art world since the tablet, or what-have-you. Or just plain lolcows. I normally don't namedrop, but one that I laugh at most is the creator of Sonichu. Strange, strange fellow, that one.
I've never really frequented TVTropes, so I don't really know what all they're about.

Report | 03/05/2010 7:44 pm


Heh heh heh. :3 I wouldn't mind an active desk job, no matter how oxymoronic that sounds. As long as I'm doing something, I don't mind it. But there's never really a slow season for a clothing store. Especially not the one I work at. Christmas was nuts, but there's a line or so every week that matches or surpasses Christmas lines. I couldn't survive alone with the pay I make, but at least I have people to live with. Not my family, though; I moved out to be my own person.

True. Every now and again, I'll pull out an old favorite to reread. x3

I've actually gotten at least one culture and world built up for a race I made. Still working all the kinks out of it, though. Trying to give them more societal faults and flaws and make them real and all that jazz. Some of my most awesome ideas came out during my Mary-Sue stage. That's weird how that works. Heh heh. I don't mind a Somewhere, USA, but I'm so infatuated with the exotic and bizarre that I don't care to even try most books that are set in the real world, unless they're written with extremely interesting characters or happenings. Alternate Somewheres make things interesting, too. A friend of mine has a story that takes place in alternate versions of the town he lived in while he was writing the basis of the story down. Real life, the town's a rural nowhere; a spot on the map. But in his story, it's become part of a massive metro, a city instead of just a rural dot. I envy his creativity sometimes.

lol Yeah.... I don't trust ED's verity, but it's good for a laugh. I sometimes get a little riled, though, over things I read about the less-than-savory devianTARTlets who make complete idiots of themselves, for sake of example. Other people than dA imbeciles irritate me, too. Just some of the things they do are so against my moral standing.


To whoever sent me the anonymous gift... thank you kindly!
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