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I did this a few days ago for a Comix Warriors challenge after missing a couple of weeks. I wasn't using DAZ Studio this last week because of technical problems. But I think I'm getting those fixed, so there should be new renders soon.
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This was supposed to be last week’s Comix Warriors “dramatic lighting” submission.

Yeah, I think it’s still basically just naturalistic lighting. Oh, well.

I knew it was going to take time, and I still put off finishing it until the last day. Then that dark panel had some surface problems that I took a long time on. When I missed the deadline, I stopped working on it for several days. A day ago, when I was trying to finally finish it, my computer locked up, and I don’t know why. So I finally finish it a week late.

I’ve been having problems trying to model multiple figures with the Pro version of DAZ Studio, and I may go back to the older “Standard” version for a while, until I get a PC with more RAM and a faster processor.

The character of Jenny Everywhere is available for use by anyone, with only one condition. This paragraph must be included in any publication involving Jenny Everywhere, in order that others may use this property as they wish. All rights reversed.
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I designed a 3D version of Jenny Everywhere.


And this is the image I did for Jenny Everywhere Day, 2014:


Clicking on images takes you to the deviantART pages for these images.

"The character of Jenny Everywhere is available for use by anyone, with only one condition. This paragraph must be included in any publication involving Jenny Everywhere, in order that others may use this property as they wish. All rights reversed."
—The license for Jenny Everywhere



(My previous post also features Jenny.)
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Another week where I basically avoided doing any artwork except something for Comix Warriors, and even then I put off doing any art until near deadline. Also I was kind of doing lying around like this, dozing, in between working on it.



Oh, well, I got it submitted in time, and people seemed to like it.
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Comix Warriors prompt: "video games"



Believe it or not, I actually used this prompt as a writing exercise. I wrote conversations between some of my characters about what kinds of video games they like, and fleshed out their personalities more.

If only I had spent as long on art as I did playing flash games this week, that might have been the strip.

Instead…well…
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United Webcomics is doing swimsuit images for cross-promotion. Hilariously, they still have my DrunkDuck address. But the Duck is being nice and redirecting it to "theduckwebcomics" so I am letting it slide this time.

Participants (not all of these are sfw, generally):

United Webcomics Summer Swimsuit Special


Epic Fail|Full-Force| Incubus Tales|In The Hail Of Brambles (that's mine!) |Lacey Investigations| Rasputin Catamite|Rasputin Barxotka|Riders of the Apocalypse|Star Shanty
Learn about future events by joining us on Google Plus.
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Comix Warriors had a challenge to talk about process. Well, here's some of mine.
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Did this on Tumblr a few days ago. Meta, so meta.
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The artist and her...muse? shoulder angel? artistic conscience? Let's call it Aspiration personified, for now.
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Teresa tries to explain fandom lingo to LaFaonne.

A Comix Warriors prompt.
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For a Comix Warriors challenge: "Time Travel."


Yeah, if I could go back in time in my own lifetime to fix something, I’d try to save the Kyoto Protocol. Wouldn’t you?

Rejected ideas:
* Going back in time to last week to tell myself what this week’s challenge was, and hearing my past self say, “Time Travel? What am I supposed to do with that?”
* Going back two years to when I started the comic, trying to talk myself out of being a comic artist, and admitting I can’t really give up the last two years.
* Sending Ronnie back to meet her teenage self because I already had those variants sculpted. But that opened up its own can of butterfly effect.

Past me and future me. Making older and younger versions of a character can be a challenge, maybe in a special way when it's "yourself." Let’s pretend these are about fourteen years from “now” each way. Future me flaunting it while I still have it.

I had some fun with focal lengths in this.
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This chapter inspired by a "flowers" challenge on Comix Warriors

I think this is first time I've mentioned Elaine's last name in the comic.
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An earlier version of this was posted on Comix Warriors. A scary moment for Elaine.

To be continued...
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Apparently the only journal on my reading list has been deleted.

Not sure why I have this account. Well, other than communities.
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Your regular comic has been postponed for a fanart challenge done for Comix Warriors.

Wonder Woman meets Tinker Bell )
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This was thrown together kind of last-minute for a Comix Warriors challenge because I didn't actually work on the actual comic idea I'd had for days.

Is this even a comic? I got physically started on this around the time I usually want to be finishing, so it’s what you get this week.

When I was submitting this, I noticed most of the submissions this week were thematically pretty close to this.
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Metaphorical shrinking in last two panels.

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