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August 23rd, 2010, 12:08 pm

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3o-s-knight

as much as i'd like to beleive, at least here in the UK, the way the majority of peo[ple think about art is still rather stunted-

mayube t's not even that, but maybe it's more about what the people who sell us this stuff think we want- and people who just buy into it somply have no idea that nothing else exists.

as a comic artist i am constantly tying my best to try and do something a little different- this is not an extreme, this is not 'mediocre' and it's not 'alternative' either- i am personally trying to fight for the idea that no such thing exists- and for moving forward.

the reason why a lot of things we see today in media, comics,. movies, TV, the reason why this stuff is stale is because people asre not attempting to move forward- and those that do have a tough chance in breaking in.

posted on August 23rd, 2010, 12:12 pm

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posted on December 12th, 2018, 4:37 pm

rainbowcrayon

I think you're doing a great job of moving forward, as you put it - breaking out of the cookie cutter form of comics that webcomic users have come to expect - I'ver seriously never seen anything quite like Far-Out-Matic, and I love it!! Your artistic style is unlike anything I've come across before, and I hope you keep up the fantastic work!

posted on August 23rd, 2010, 7:25 pm

tozz

see, that's why you're an inspiration to me :) and why I hope to be a cartoonist someday. I agree with you fully. I think another problem, that specifically comics suffer from, is that they just aren't accepted as a "real" art form. it's seen as childish, for kids, unserious...but that's not the case. comics are art, some are even masterpieces. you're making something really beautiful, which is exactly what I hope to do someday. :D

posted on August 24th, 2010, 4:19 pm