omg, that’s superb! XD
What do you mean, you found what we came here for? That’s just ridiculous!
Can’t have some amateur showing up the rest of us pseudo-professionals….
The one that loves Onion Puss is hot as hell.
Hahaha! I love that he’s so casual about it.
That final drawing of OP is what I consider his basic design. I want him to be unappealing enough for us to find him annoying and believe he’s a flop with chicks, but still somehow relatable enough for the reader to root for him. He’s a pretty malleable design, though. Sometimes the weight in the bottom half of his head shifts into the top half, so there’s a lot of different ways to draw him. Maybe it’s too all-over-the-place, I don’t know.
Anyway, what I set out to say was, that drawing where he’s explaining what happened is, I think, possibly the most appealing drawing of him so far. He’s so handsome and harmless and sweet looking. If I ever do a watered down Onion Puss story, where he’s meant to be broadly likable to everybody, maybe I should draw him like that. He could be trying to save an orphanage or something.
Sure, I would “root” for Onion Puss! I agree, he does look a-peel-ing! He sure is a sweet onion!
Great story so far! ConclusionConclusionConclusionConclusion :)
“What? It’s true! Tell her, Holly! Tell her what happened!” ~ Onion Puss
(Holly just found him standing in the window of the empty tower, by the way)
“And then they FUCKED!”, Yelling Bird.
sweet christ she’s voluptuous.
I’m trying to figure out what might have influenced me when I spontaneously dashed out my first drawing of Holly. Some celebrities come to mind, who may have just been rattling around in my head since childhood, waiting to come back out. Holly’s feathered, ’70′s hair and knockout set of knockers make me think of Too Close for Comfort’s Lydia Cornell: http://theageofvolcanoes.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/too_close_for_comfort_lydia_cornell.jpg
Holly’s thick-but-still-tight bod may have bubbled up from long forgotten viewings of Lisa Whelchel (The Facts of Life) –
I embarked on this whole exploration after enjoying Wendi McClendon-Covey (Reno 911, Bridesmaids) in her recent Old Navy ads:
In that last panel, where Holly’s squeezing them together, I was inspired to turn up the voluptuousness somewhat, after wondering why I don’t push things as far as my fellow Alabama cartoonist, Perry Sessions. I went a little further than usual in that panel, but didn’t begin to approach Perry’s level of boldness:
well it worked. i love cartoon girls with insanely fleshy bodies (real ones too) and you just nailed it.
Oh Ziggy Onion Puss.
gently tapping, while we were nearly napping, we hard the rapping from the chamber door http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJt7gNi3Nr4
The truth is usually always mind bending!
There’s one thing I thought somebody would comment on, but nobody did, so I’ll just say it for you:
“Hey, last time we saw Jen, she was headed to the basement with Gavin. And now her hair is all tousled, and her sweater’s undone! What’s up with that?”
Okay, thanks for checking in as usual, everybody. This story’s still got a little life left in it, so please keep coming back!
oh, and also, I just went back and reread everything, and the Fortran gag going from one comic to the next was really cute and funny. you really hit your stride when you tell longer stories.
oh MAN, she is good to go..
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