My entry for 13crown’s Ghostbook!
This was an amazing project, and I got to do something really different. I hope you enjoy it :))
that’s amazing omg
I thought it was a professional horror manga
A continuation to this comic I did a while back [x] <33
I tried to make this exchange really drastic and fast paced?? I hope it doesn’t just seem rushed;
Forgive any poor grammar/spelling mistakes i’m no good at these things lol
You might need to go to high res or open in another page to read~
The first two pages from my upcoming comic Horus Story, the very true story of Horus’ birth according to Egyptian legend.
finally done the story of the “virgin” mary and her immaculate conception for my sequential art final. very happy with how this came out/that it’s finished.
this is beautiful, good job!
This is actually how I said it probably happened.
I just laughed myself into space
The Man Who Lives Alone
My Intro to Comics final about ghosts and love.
CHASE CHASE CHASE IS AWESOME
My comic for class. Not quite how I wanted it, but it will do. All of the comments used are either things I have heard or seen. The woman is based off myself, the man a combination of male cosplayers I know. Yes people calling someone too skinny is an insult, and yes I did watch a security guard tell a bigger man to put a shirt on at a con while more fit men walked around shirtless.
For my paper I wrote about the sexualization of men in comics as well as women. I wanted to define the differences between sexualization and sexism, and make the point that men are portrayed in a completely nonsensical way as well as women. During my research I found a lot of articles that stated that men are not sexualized at all and this is utter crap.
At the end of the day a comic is an outrageous story made of fictional characters, creating a fantasy for the readers. Creating a ‘perfect’ character for people to enjoy. Both men and women have the highest of standards, and when a character is average or ugly, it is almost always spoken in a negative term. I know not ever comic is this way, B.P.R.D. sexualizes no one, but the mainstream comics that most people know are very guilty of this. On a 2D illustration a low cut shirt shows just as much as a skin tight spandex suit on a guy, just in a different color. Yes I do believe the actions and portrayals of women by writers shows sexism, but the art? It’s a comic, everyone is sexy.
That’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it. Thanks for reading. u_u
Dawn you’re perfect
I know…I’ll be in my corner…_(:’3J Z)_