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Frog Raccoon Strawberry - Bone Appetit by Fungasm Frog Raccoon Strawberry - Bone Appetit by Fungasm
A guest comic I did for :icontvskyle: a while back ago, for his Frog Raccoon Strawberry comic!

Since then, I have my own comics posted as well, every Sunday at Dummcomics! dummcomics.com/
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Shufflehound Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
Skelebob with trainers!
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XtremerSadiq Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014
This reminds me of that one animation you did, about the kid who trespasses into a house and almost gets killed by a skeleton.
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Shufly Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Oh god, the puns.
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Fungasm Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Professional Filmographer
the worse the pun, the better
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Shufly Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014
Someone should get into the business of weaponizing those things.
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Shinra100 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Student General Artist
XDDDDDDDD
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NikolaiMcFist Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Student General Artist
I just thought about this, but why are all your comics in greyscale as opposed to color? The ease of it or you feel it fits your work more?
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Fungasm Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Professional Filmographer
for specific reasons for each one. For Jumpin' Jack Jerboa, it's cause it's based around 1930s black and white cartoons. So it makes sense off the bat.

With Emolad, I had a concept that the world he lives in, or at least how he perceives it, is in black and white. symbolism for depression and all that. Then when he goes to the overly happy world he ends up in, in the comic, everything is color, except for him. cause he's the only one that's depressed still.

Matt in my short-lived Wake comic, lives in the same world/universe Emolad does. so it's black and white. I wanted to have a sort of inverted version of how emolad works, where eventually the characters come to color, but the world stays black and white.

This specific guest comic, It was posted originally around Halloween, and I thought it would be a nice homage to spooky old 1930s cartoons.

So really, it's not that I'm not opposed to color, or that it's easier or less time consuming without it. It's that, so far, it's always made more sense for me to have it that way in relation to how each comic works.


Also it's good practice to learn how to make characters stand out, without just splashing color on it.~
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NikolaiMcFist Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Student General Artist
I appreciate the response, it's always nice to get a look into why an artist does a thing a certain way.

And for some reason I forgot greyscale/black & white cartoons were a thing when I asked that. Oop.

But I gotta say, I really really love the Emolad concept.
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