- Jul 13, 2011
I like it. More please!
Name Game was the comic, and the artist was (forgive if spelling is wrong) Lili Scafari.. i think... She is currently doing the art for Extra Credits.Kyrdra said:That is the grown up octopus from the comic which was hosted here before! It is coming back! (I actually forgot the name the artist and what happened in that but it had a pink octopus in it that much I know!)
Welcome an let#s hope that this is the beginning of a wonderful comicseries.
Is there any source where we can watch your other art? Assuming that isnt the first online art.
They're always adorable when they're young. Then you flush 'em down te toilet, and they grow to tremendous proportions and eat your city....MushroomRetainer said:This being an entertainment news site about Internet culture as much as anything else, my immediate first thought on seeing this is "don't feed the trolls." I suppose it could also be expanded to any sort of "don't poke it, you'll only make it worse" scenario.
At least it's also kind of adorable.Zachary Amaranth said:It's one of those preachy moral comics.
Will the next comic teach us not to walk in tall grass or look strange trainers in the eye?Nick Lerman said:
It's important to appear as large as possible.Zachary Amaranth said:Will the next comic teach us not to walk in tall grass or look strange trainers in the eye?
Nick, you have my interest. This character that you are playing (or perhaps you just "are") is bizarre and forum responsive enough to make me want more. I shall return to witness your chromatic carbon-based scribblings and partake of your dissonant banter. Cheers to you!Nick Lerman said:It's important to appear as large as possible.Zachary Amaranth said:Will the next comic teach us not to walk in tall grass or look strange trainers in the eye?
Self-inflating suits are invaluable in this regard.
This applies to trainers in and out of tall grass.
This lesson was too important to await next week's post.