Still attempting those word bubbles, still adding in friend characters. Merlitz in particular was a tricky one regarding his cameo. In Furcadia, MissMab (who was my avatar in the game. Mistake 3: Self inserts!) and Merlitz were a couple so my teenage self figured it was obvious the relationship should play out a bit in… Continue reading #3: Someone Isn’t Getting the Point
Fun thing about Furcadia: Everyone had wings. At least my group of friends did cause we were all folks who played enough that we purchased the wing packs and wings were cool. I eventually nerfed some of the wings down in the comic, but I can safely say DMFA singlehandedly is responsible for me never… Continue reading #4: Going For Second Best Isn’t Always a Good Idea
The introduction of Jyrras! Wildy already lost her wings and Merlitz was on his way to losing his. As one could tell, the sizes of characters were still in a very strange flux. This came from back in the RP thing where a lot of people played the mice or weasel characters really small and… Continue reading #10: Studies Show Dan is an Idiot
This was honestly just a case of “Ambaaargh liked meowth when she was younger.” Lordy I’m so sorry for anyone who endures this particular chapter in the archives.
It’s alright. Mab probably got distracted by some fireflies twenty minutes later. This is about where I gave up trying to give Merlitz wings. And also where you can see the starting forays into using an art program to create the frames.
No wait apparently this was the second and probably last of “Ambaaargh tries to do a sunday style gag”. I want to say in my hazy memory the goal was to have occasional Sunday format gimmicks that featured Pip but eghnn…lets face it I didn’t know what I was doing so a lot of the… Continue reading #22: Special Color Sunday Style: And They Say Pip Isn’t Perceptive
Similar to what I said before with unpolished skills, character development is also one of those things that when you first start off…a lot of your cast may feel a bit rough around the edges and a collection of stereotypes. And that’s ok. Making rounded characters is also a skill that you get better with… Continue reading #27: This is Why Dismissive Stereotypes are Best Avoided