Added on: 1st Mar 2012, 12:00 AM

You Can't Always Get What You Want
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1st Mar 2012, 12:00 AM
These last two pages might seem unimportant, but they are not. They tie into something that happens later in the chapter.


1st Mar 2012, 1:53 PM
The artwork looks really good. It looks like you have your on personal recognizable style down. If you can make the lines in as thick as you do and still make the comic look great, I am guessing you have been doing this for a while. I like your comic so much I am going to subscribe to it.
9th Mar 2012, 2:12 AM
Thanks. I have done webcomics for a while, although none were really that popular. This comic here is a remake of my first webcomic, which I started (working on) in 1999.
9th Mar 2012, 8:52 AM
I like your art style, but I wonder if the popularity of this comic has anything to do with her impressive chest. (sex sells.)
9th Mar 2012, 9:31 PM
This comic is popular? I've been doing webcomics almost continuously for 12 years, by that measure it's not very popular (even adding up the several places I post it). I probably have some percentage of readers who have followed me from one series to another.

I think that any element that might attract certain readers also repels other readers. Some people like dinosaurs, other don't, same with zombies, robots, aliens, etc. There is nothing that a comic can contain that will be universally liked (even busty characters). Anything that is true about a comic that might be liked by some people might also be something that an equal amount of people dislike.
10th Mar 2012, 11:21 AM
Actually, I was just joking around about the girl’s big bust. Your impressive art style is what drew me into reading the story… which is actually very well written.
Your other comment about your lack of popularity, on the other hand, is due (in part) because you probably don’t network enough (if any.) I have been at comic fury for a few months and all the subscriptions I received, plus comments, were from other artist I visited and commented on. Like you, I am here to get feedback on my work (This philosophy, I’m sure, is held by every single artist here). I am not a here as a typical fan; I am an artist like you. Coming to your site and commenting on it is something I do because I like it when people do the same for me. Anyway, I don’t think your artwork is what is holding you back in the popularity department, because it looks great.