Mind judging my comics real quick /co/? I'd like to get a tablet and make some actually good comics but I don't even know if I'm worth the time.
I made these in like 5 seconds at work, by the way.
Thanks /comics and cartoons/. Maybe if this was fanart or posted on tumblr you'd take a look, fuck you
I swear this board has turned into a hangout for redditors and tumblrs alike to circlejerk about which ever fandom theyre in now. I used to like /co/, /co/ used to be love.
I got a chuckle out of this one, the rest are meh.
You seem to not want to put much effort and that's okay but you do have to make them easier to read if you want lotsa people to see them.
Do this >>78995651, just buy a black marker and scan them. If you don't have a scanner take cleaner pictures, convert to greyscale and up the contrast. No need to do >>78995750, at least not yet.
Also don't pout you fucking manchild what the fuck is this >>78995566 nobody owes you critique
Your comics are not that funny and the humor seems derived mostly from the type of garbage people share on facebook. Low-effort art combined with a lame pun or nonsensical vulgarity for a punchline.
Frankly, these are shit. I don't know what you expected.
if you're gonna stick to dark humor, I'd almost recommend you completely stick to pen and paper. Having dirty smudged paper and ink helps the feeling of desolation and terribleness
I don't expect to be lauded, I just want some sort of response to confirm that my comics actually register as comics. My butthurt comes from my being used to a much, much different atmosphere on /co/, but I shouldnt expect a board to be frozen in time and I should adapt.
I understand that its a common cop-out to say that "I didnt even try, I could do so much better, its shit on purpose etc..." But in this case its somewhat true. These were comics I jotted down as quick as possible just so I wouldn't lose the joke in my head, and theyre the only ones I have on my phone.
Well then what kind of critique did you expect? A pat in the back?
Feedback is used to help you improve so if you already know how you should already have done it. Show us your best and we'll help you improve on that.
Also what /co/ are you used to? What changed?
I've never really had a best to show off. My comics until recently have always been on backs of homework on in margins. They get laughs from people I show them to and I'll get told that I should actually apply myself and do a site, but I never believed they were worth that much until recently.
I literally don't understand what you are trying to convey.
I'll end up making a huge rant if talk about old /co/ too much. I'll sum it up by saying that /co/ used to be a very cohesive, inclusive community, instead of the groups of communities it is now.
oh boy i get to crush an angsty teenager's spirit
your comics are simplistic and derivative, your self-importance is completely unwarranted, you are no better than any other shlub who doodles in his notebook during class
you don't have the intelligence or will to accomplish anything worth noting beyond your mother's refrigerator. the only advice i can give you is to stop trying altogether. this is a passing fancy in your unremarkable life and will only accelerate your march to suicide
He's got a point. If you want to accomplish something, you'll have to actually try or you'll only produce a couple of shitty panels that no one will care about in 7 more minutes. If you want to do this so you can have a pathetic pity party and then reassure yourself that your failure was only because of lack of effort and not lack of talent, then you've accomplished that and can give up.
Otherwise, stop being a whiny little bitch and put in some effort.
Pretty much what >>78999364 said. If you want to make this an actual thing you've got to give it your all, not just a placeholder for what you could have done if you applied yourself. I know it's scary because if you do try your best and amount to little, people like >>78997783 will be right but eventually you'll have to get out of the 'haha not even trying' comfort zone.
Also there should just be a new board for webcomics, /wco/ or something.
Isn't it for actual art though? Either way it is a much less toxic environment than this shitlord central.
Let's not kid ourselves here.
But you are correct and so is she. My entire post history does paint a picture of a kid who doesn't want to try, doesn't want criticism, and wants unwarranted praise. That's a really keen observation of me and hurts more than I'd like to admit. Along with that, I've been purposefully obtuse and assholeish, because, quite frankly, I dislike the people on here and like triggering them.
However, that is not conducive to a quality response or encouragement. Really what I was looking for was a "not great, but not bad either, you should actually try though", and I think I got that through the static. I was really set off by my initial lack of response, and then the link to the webcomic subreddit. It confirmed my biases on /co/, and I knew I'd get at least some response if was obtuse.
I'll be sure to come back when I've got something worth sharing.
Here is a pic of a ninja turtles comic I made when I was like eight in the late 80s.
And here's the thrilling conclusion I did years after.
My girlfriend broke up with me 3 days ago.
this one is shit and really hard to draw but the idea is funny
They're not the funniest thing I ever read, but some did make me laugh at least a little. I like the look of the newer (?) dark marker ones, a lot easier to read and your handwriting is pretty good.
I think it would do decently well as one of those daily short comics sites but don't quit your day job.
Maybe in my high school days but not anymore. But I never did anything in the likes of like collecting anime girl figures or wearing a fedora
I just like the hat, it's pretty cool looking, although the studs and the word king on it makes it a little too tacky.
It's a hat
My camera hates me and the lighting is bad but you get the idea. This was in an old notebook I kept at work a few years ago.
Made this at work. Bad puns ate my favorite.