I don't even know what that look means.
She's going to fucking bolt the fuck away from them, worsening their already dire situation by making the group chase her.
Mark my words anons, mark my words.
I think that expression is the expression of someone just saying something very condescending or insulting.
I think Friday's strip will be Wally picking up his one good tooth off the ground.
>taking out the signature
You both suck.
>what is Copyright?
I bet you go to deviantart too amiright?
Also, one thing is a fuckhuge watermark over the picture and the other is a tiny scribble in a blank corner. If it bothers you so much you have a serious mental illness.
She's one smirk away of making a bedroom face.
I've only posted twice before ITT.
>if they don't agree must be a samefag
That's the point. It bothers nobody so why take it out?
Read the context; anon said "nobody ever has made a big deal of removing signatures" and I just remarked that Copyright is a thing.
Never did I say it had to do with removing the signature from that image.
Jesus, who let /v/ in?
Some anons wanted a signiture off their image and I couldn't care less but your bringing a complaint of copyright issues and telling everyone to fuck off their image because a signiture is more important for a small picture with a face in it.
I'm not screaming "muh Copyright!" over the fucking signature, I just butted in to tell >>77549832 that what he said was stupid in a matter of fact way.
It's like entering a conversation where someone says "there were no black characters in the Original Trilogy" just to remind them that Lando exists.
The only other commentary I made was how stupid this whole thing is because you're not fighting over a fuckhuge deviantart watermark over a nice picture but about a fucking scribble in a reaction image.
Not if they have the right man in charge.
Spoiled because, you know, weirdos might like it.
i hope aaron is proud of me
Finally caught up with Endtown.
Am I the only one who doesn't like the recent CGI in the comic?
It looks out of place and quite unprofessional. Pic related.
Yeah, it's the shading filter. Maybe I'm just autistic but it sticks out of an otherwise perfect handdrawn drawing to me. Sadly, I have no suggestion how to do it better.
Hell, I'm not bitching, the overall art in Endtown is great, it's just the digital processing that could be more fluid.
The way I see it, everyone has to start somewhere, and provided Aaron's passionate, he'll improve the more he uses it. While I definitely see your point in that it's not particularly aesthetically pleasing, at the same time it feels appropriate in that instance, similar to an induced vertigo which makes the scene all the more disturbing.
That said, it also feels like graphic effects from the 90s, so maybe it's nostalgia talking.
If you wanted to 'fix' it, you'd probably start by blending it to remove the ring effect, then making sure the shadows contoured to the surfaces, but that can be very frustrating to do starting out.
Hell, I think Aaron just uses a mouse for his touch-ups, doesn't he?