Irregular Webcomic! #4138

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Comic #4138

As well as an article on clowns, Wikipedia also has on specifically on evil clowns. The fact that there is no article on "good clowns" implies that there are no such things. I think the next logical step is to break them apart into lawful evil clowns, neutral evil clowns, and chaotic evil clowns.

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jlvanderzwan
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TIL: Pagliacci is actually an evil clown. I never bothered to read the plot of that opera before
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Caution Sign

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jlvanderzwan
2 days ago
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Is it just me, or is it really not quite ok for a partner to do this? The question of "what job would you like to have" and "what are you willing to invest to achieve that" are two different things.
wffurr
2 days ago
Helping your partner pursue their dreams and/or career is fine, but this is Claire jumping way ahead too fast in that process.
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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Thermopolymer

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The amount of 'well... sorta...' contained in 3 panels here is pretty extraordinary. I'm proud of it.


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In My Defense

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In My Defense

And more blame.

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Evolution

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Laugh all you want, but that moth is gonna have total choice of mates.


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#619 – camping

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I switched (permanently) to a larger 11×17 page format for this story, so that’s why the lines all got smoother. I think here it looks almost too clean to me. I really had to figure out how to fill the space from here. The first thing I did was switch back to hand lettering and go really bold. This pretty close to where I landed on lettering. It got comfortable and less labored-over the more I did it. I always encourage my students to hand-letter, especially when their balloons and panel borders are hand-drawn. It looks more organic, it’s a good tool to have in a cartooning toolbox, and it makes for a good original page. It also helps (me, at least) in committing to the final dialogue. Nothing digital feels permanent to me, always a chance for desperate revision. It’s good to commit. It’s a skill separate from drawing itself that should be cultivated alongside. You can get thousands of pages drawn that way.

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> Nothing digital feels permanent to me, always a chance for desperate revision.

Honestly, that's what I still love about film photography too. If only it wouldn't take forever to develop and scan
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