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2012-06-16 11:52:08 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Brian Bolland, Dave Gibbons, Darick Robertson, Steve Dillon, Stephen Sadowski ,Peter Krause, Mike McKone

Or, if you want something more stylized, Mike Weiringo.

...and those are more modern artists. Some classics are Kurt Schaffenberger, George Perez, Curt Swan, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez,



t3knomanser: FastJeff: Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?

My personal favorite artist is James Stokoe, and his comic Orc Stain is one of the most visually pleasing things I've ever seen in comics. For cartoony anatomy done right, Skullkickers does a good job (and it's pretty funny to boot). Similarly, Chew is probably the best mixture of cartoony and gross-out visuals out there (it's also pretty funny).


I'll take a look.
 
2012-06-16 11:52:47 AM
Shiatty as RL is, I couldn't "hear" the article over the sound of the author furiously grudge fapping.
 
2012-06-16 12:01:30 PM

forgotmydamnusername: BigLuca: Zombalupagus: [i.imgur.com image 453x700]

I find it odd that the author didn't mention the knife in this one. This is a perfect example of the draw things out of order thing and such. If you mentally remove the knife for a second, it's clear that this guys right arm is against his chest while his left is out resting on his thigh. Ok, now see the knife again. Did your head just assplode?

Do you know who else was criticized for his use of impossible objects and paradoxical spacial relations?
[www.meridian.net.au image 640x611]

Liefeld is just trying to bring a little high-brow surreal culture to a low-brow artistic medium and he is lambasted for not being "realistic" enough. Liefeld art is something you just need to experience ... view with your soul, not your eyes.

But Liefeld doesn't play with perspective, he's just close to totally unaware of it. Who are you doing next, Rembrandt? May as well go for broke. The original troll is hard to top.


Rembrandt doesn't have anything on Liefeld. If you wanted to create a Rembrandt today, just take a picture of your kids church play. The only thing he is good for is knowing historical continuity and evolution of art. Need to be free of the shackles of literal interpretation to create the kind of societal homonculus in Liefeld's design. I mean, Rembrandt was a necessary step to get to where we are today, but we are past him now.
 
2012-06-16 12:03:39 PM

Subdue their bellies: When Image comics started taking off, didnt RL bring in a bunch of "artists" that drew just like him?




pretty much. Aside from that label feeling like a Poochie version of Marvel, it's why I had no interest in Image.
 
2012-06-16 12:03:55 PM

Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: [assets.sbnation.com image 454x703]

Oh god, he did it twice! WTF is wrong with this man and why does he keep getting rehired!?

/especially after that whole Image comics fiasco


It's...it's like Homestar Runner crossed with Darkseid.
 
2012-06-16 12:20:38 PM

FastJeff: I'm trying my best not to just pull an Ogre here considering I have stacks of old comics around there somewhere. Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?

All I know is this guy draws better than I do, therefore, it's "good". Ridiculous and stylized, but still better than whatever I can draw.


I like Eric Powell.
 
2012-06-16 12:33:13 PM

czetie: Bizarrely, Liefeld is only the second worst Captain America artist in my memory.

For the absolute worst you have to go back to the "Falcon is actually a deep cover agent created by the Red Skull" retcon of, what, the 1970s? If I cared more I'd look up the details. But I don't.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled mocking of Rob Liefeld.


I'm going to assume you're not talking Sal Buscema or Gil Kane and guess Frank Robbins.

www.comicsreporter.com

While his style is somewhat jarring in the middle of a run of more mainstream artists and just plain shocking following Kaluta on The Shadow, Robbins work was expressive and dynamic. He may not be to your liking, but he was a real artist on par with the likes of Romita, Buscema or Adams.

Liefeld is just a mess who either can't or doesn't want to get any better.
 
2012-06-16 12:39:09 PM

FirstNationalBastard: FastJeff: I'm trying my best not to just pull an Ogre here considering I have stacks of old comics around there somewhere. Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?

All I know is this guy draws better than I do, therefore, it's "good". Ridiculous and stylized, but still better than whatever I can draw.

Brian Bolland, Dave Gibbons, Darick Robertson, Steve Dillon, Stephen Sadowski ,Peter Krause, Mike McKone

Or, if you want something more stylized, Mike Weiringo.

...and those are more modern artists. Some classics are Kurt Schaffenberger, George Perez, Curt Swan, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez,


Kirby is still the king.
 
2012-06-16 12:42:01 PM
Reminds me of the art of Pat Lee for Transformers comics
tfwiki.net

TFWiki Article
 
2012-06-16 12:50:10 PM

Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: [assets.sbnation.com image 454x703]

Oh god, he did it twice! WTF is wrong with this man and why does he keep getting rehired!?

/especially after that whole Image comics fiasco


Strong Sad is on steroids?!
 
2012-06-16 12:57:20 PM
 
2012-06-16 01:00:35 PM

BigLuca: forgotmydamnusername: BigLuca: Zombalupagus: [i.imgur.com image 453x700]

I find it odd that the author didn't mention the knife in this one. This is a perfect example of the draw things out of order thing and such. If you mentally remove the knife for a second, it's clear that this guys right arm is against his chest while his left is out resting on his thigh. Ok, now see the knife again. Did your head just assplode?

Do you know who else was criticized for his use of impossible objects and paradoxical spacial relations?
[www.meridian.net.au image 640x611]

Liefeld is just trying to bring a little high-brow surreal culture to a low-brow artistic medium and he is lambasted for not being "realistic" enough. Liefeld art is something you just need to experience ... view with your soul, not your eyes.

But Liefeld doesn't play with perspective, he's just close to totally unaware of it. Who are you doing next, Rembrandt? May as well go for broke. The original troll is hard to top.

Rembrandt doesn't have anything on Liefeld. If you wanted to create a Rembrandt today, just take a picture of your kids church play. The only thing he is good for is knowing historical continuity and evolution of art. Need to be free of the shackles of literal interpretation to create the kind of societal homonculus in Liefeld's design. I mean, Rembrandt was a necessary step to get to where we are today, but we are past him now.


This is why we can't have a nice Zeitgeist.
 
2012-06-16 01:00:44 PM

BigLuca: forgotmydamnusername: BigLuca: Zombalupagus: [i.imgur.com image 453x700]

I find it odd that the author didn't mention the knife in this one. This is a perfect example of the draw things out of order thing and such. If you mentally remove the knife for a second, it's clear that this guys right arm is against his chest while his left is out resting on his thigh. Ok, now see the knife again. Did your head just assplode?

Do you know who else was criticized for his use of impossible objects and paradoxical spacial relations?
[www.meridian.net.au image 640x611]

Liefeld is just trying to bring a little high-brow surreal culture to a low-brow artistic medium and he is lambasted for not being "realistic" enough. Liefeld art is something you just need to experience ... view with your soul, not your eyes.

But Liefeld doesn't play with perspective, he's just close to totally unaware of it. Who are you doing next, Rembrandt? May as well go for broke. The original troll is hard to top.

Rembrandt doesn't have anything on Liefeld. If you wanted to create a Rembrandt today, just take a picture of your kids church play. The only thing he is good for is knowing historical continuity and evolution of art. Need to be free of the shackles of literal interpretation to create the kind of societal homonculus in Liefeld's design. I mean, Rembrandt was a necessary step to get to where we are today, but we are past him now.


Yea, you're right. Rembrandt is pretty awful. We're way past him.

Example of an awful Rembrandt
 
2012-06-16 01:01:55 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: [assets.sbnation.com image 454x703]

Oh god, he did it twice! WTF is wrong with this man and why does he keep getting rehired!?

/especially after that whole Image comics fiasco

Well, DC Comics is currently run by fanboys and one of the guys who helped drive Marvel into Bankruptcy in the 90s, so...


Actually I'd argue its run by corporate suits who wouldn't know a word balloon from one of Rob Liefeld's breasts. Its mouthpieces are fanboys.

/Also I saw lots of feet in TFA.
//"Women with waists the size of their wrists, standing like they're trying to take a shiat on a swingset." perfectly describes most comics since 1989.
 
2012-06-16 01:16:44 PM

FastJeff: I'm trying my best not to just pull an Ogre here considering I have stacks of old comics around there somewhere. Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?

All I know is this guy draws better than I do, therefore, it's "good". Ridiculous and stylized, but still better than whatever I can draw.


I feel really dirty mentioning these two in a Liefeld thread, but...

i280.photobucket.com
Bryan Hitch, one of the best pencillers working today.

marvelitesxmen.files.wordpress.com
Alex Ross, who I'm pretty sure is an avatar of an art god.
 
mhd
2012-06-16 01:23:29 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-06-16 01:27:48 PM
Personally I thank the lord for the existence of Rob Liefeld every time I completely fark up a drawing.
 
2012-06-16 01:28:06 PM

Whiplash!!!: BigLuca: forgotmydamnusername: BigLuca: Zombalupagus: [i.imgur.com image 453x700]

I find it odd that the author didn't mention the knife in this one. This is a perfect example of the draw things out of order thing and such. If you mentally remove the knife for a second, it's clear that this guys right arm is against his chest while his left is out resting on his thigh. Ok, now see the knife again. Did your head just assplode?

Do you know who else was criticized for his use of impossible objects and paradoxical spacial relations?
[www.meridian.net.au image 640x611]

Liefeld is just trying to bring a little high-brow surreal culture to a low-brow artistic medium and he is lambasted for not being "realistic" enough. Liefeld art is something you just need to experience ... view with your soul, not your eyes.

But Liefeld doesn't play with perspective, he's just close to totally unaware of it. Who are you doing next, Rembrandt? May as well go for broke. The original troll is hard to top.

Rembrandt doesn't have anything on Liefeld. If you wanted to create a Rembrandt today, just take a picture of your kids church play. The only thing he is good for is knowing historical continuity and evolution of art. Need to be free of the shackles of literal interpretation to create the kind of societal homonculus in Liefeld's design. I mean, Rembrandt was a necessary step to get to where we are today, but we are past him now.

Yea, you're right. Rembrandt is pretty awful. We're way past him.

Example of an awful Rembrandt


That's ok. But if religious realism is your thing you should really check out some Thomas Kinkade. Way better than Rembrandt.
framingpainting.com
You got Santa Claus in a sleigh on a snowy christmas morning. Like something straight out of the bible.
 
2012-06-16 01:30:06 PM

FastJeff: I'm trying my best not to just pull an Ogre here considering I have stacks of old comics around there somewhere. Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?

All I know is this guy draws better than I do, therefore, it's "good". Ridiculous and stylized, but still better than whatever I can draw.


Here's a couple of my favorites:

J. H. Williams III:

media.comicvine.com

Darick Robertson:

a2.ec-images.myspacecdn.com
 
2012-06-16 01:30:32 PM

FastJeff: I'm trying my best not to just pull an Ogre here considering I have stacks of old comics around there somewhere. Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?

All I know is this guy draws better than I do, therefore, it's "good". Ridiculous and stylized, but still better than whatever I can draw.


My first exposure to comics was the Bill Sienkiewicz run of Marvel's New Mutants. Pretry much spoiled me for a lot of artists.

Alex Ross does some amazing workk too.
 
2012-06-16 01:33:33 PM
Gah, sorry about typos. At least I got "Sienkiewcz" right.
 
2012-06-16 01:34:52 PM

Zombalupagus: [i.imgur.com image 453x700]

I find it odd that the author didn't mention the knife in this one. This is a perfect example of the draw things out of order thing and such. If you mentally remove the knife for a second, it's clear that this guys right arm is against his chest while his left is out resting on his thigh. Ok, now see the knife again. Did your head just assplode?


I like how he uses a straight edge to draw a blade, perspective be damned.

Sadly, it's how I drew the Ninja turtles... when I was 7.
 
2012-06-16 01:51:08 PM

KiplingKat872: My first exposure to comics was the Bill Sienkiewicz run of Marvel's New Mutants.


Regardless of what you think of Sienkeiwicz, Barry Smith, Romita Jr., Giffen, Frank Miller or any number of other guys, at least you can see their work develop over time, some effort at improvement of their craft or exploration of their abilities.

Glancing at his new 52 work I see hardly any change from Leifeld, though I admit I never paid much attention.
 
2012-06-16 01:56:13 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: KiplingKat872: My first exposure to comics was the Bill Sienkiewicz run of Marvel's New Mutants.

Regardless of what you think of Sienkeiwicz, Barry Smith, Romita Jr., Giffen, Frank Miller or any number of other guys, at least you can see their work develop over time, some effort at improvement of their craft or exploration of their abilities.

Glancing at his new 52 work I see hardly any change from Leifeld, though I admit I never paid much attention.


And that's the astonishing thing. Clearly, it's not a conscious style choice. It's that's all he is capable of. And he has so far to go in terms of understanding perspective and anatomy, you'd think you'd see massive leaps in quality over the years, as many of his problems are the sort that get explained in basic "how to draw" books, not least of which would be "how to draw the Marvel way." Or hell, that matchbook with "can you draw this pirate" on the back, though I'm now imagining that pirate with 108 teeth and a dagger sitting betwixt those teeth, going at an odd straight angle away from the hilt.
 
2012-06-16 02:05:14 PM

way south: forgotmydamnusername: I'm going to lapse into snob-speak here, but look at plasticity and freeness of shape, the elegance of gesture, the geometry of the arrangement of it all on the canvas. Liefeld has absolutely farking none of that. Wooden, stiff, lumpen, misshapen figures, produced by someone obviously and completely optically unaware, just dropped unthinkingly upon the page.

I don't understand a word of what you've said, but I agree!

An argument can be made for drawing action scenes or a piece of emotive art with an abstract, misshapen, approach. Rippling muscles and pointy teeth help to drive the image of raging testosterone in the character.

...But when he does it for character establishing cover art, one begins to wonder if the man knows how to draw.

/HUMAN SPINES DO NOT BEND THAT WAY!!


Is that big guy's head supposed to look like it's just floating over his body?
 
2012-06-16 02:11:10 PM
profile.ak.fbcdn.net
Hey guys, what's going on in this thread?
 
2012-06-16 02:11:40 PM
Just throwing out some Phil Noto love:

24.media.tumblr.com

25.media.tumblr.com

25.media.tumblr.com

24.media.tumblr.com

24.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-06-16 02:19:51 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: KiplingKat872: My first exposure to comics was the Bill Sienkiewicz run of Marvel's New Mutants.

Regardless of what you think of Sienkeiwicz, Barry Smith, Romita Jr., Giffen, Frank Miller or any number of other guys, at least you can see their work develop over time, some effort at improvement of their craft or exploration of their abilities.

Glancing at his new 52 work I see hardly any change from Leifeld, though I admit I never paid much attention.


Actually, my point was Sienkiewcz set the bar very high for me in terms of artists. Highly atylized, but incredible composition.
 
2012-06-16 02:24:07 PM

Trocadero: Hey guys, what's going on in this thread?


The sad thing when Land isn't using his light box, he actually can draw. Certainly better than Liefield. Land is just farking lazy and traces everything, which makes his compsitions awkward because he is trying to jam elements together that don't fit.
 
2012-06-16 02:28:52 PM
But Greg Land is another that fans keep asking, "Why do you keep hiring this guy?" The protest got so loud at one point Queseda addressed it by saying (and I paraphrase), "Well, he's a nice guy who needs a pay check."

Ignoring the fact there are a ton of nice people in need of a paycheck who can actually draw and would love a crack at a mainstream title.

Basic Land and Liefields careers prove that making it in comics has become about who you know.
 
2012-06-16 02:39:47 PM

FastJeff: I'm trying my best not to just pull an Ogre here considering I have stacks of old comics around there somewhere. Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?


Milo Manara
Ben Templesmith
Charles Vess
 
2012-06-16 02:40:13 PM
I think if i were the type to go to cons, and he were at one, i would bring along two of these.

m.cdn.blog.hu

One to get signed by him for teh lulz, and the other for him to keep.
 
2012-06-16 02:42:11 PM
If only someone could create an article featuring lame cracks about Nickelback, HILARIOUS album covers and done-to-death talking points about Rob Liefield. You could just publish the same article every day and watch the money roll in.
 
2012-06-16 02:52:52 PM

FastJeff: I'm trying my best not to just pull an Ogre here considering I have stacks of old comics around there somewhere. Can somebody point me in the direction of some good comic art examples?

All I know is this guy draws better than I do, therefore, it's "good". Ridiculous and stylized, but still better than whatever I can draw.


i486.photobucket.com
Dale Keown's not too bad.
 
2012-06-16 03:01:25 PM

SockMonkeyHolocaust: If only someone could create an article featuring lame cracks about Nickelback, HILARIOUS album covers and done-to-death talking points about Rob Liefield. You could just publish the same article every day and watch the money roll in.


TFA is pretty old and has been posted here at least one other time. It's still funny every time I reread it though.
 
2012-06-16 03:03:14 PM
Sometimes I think, hey, maybe Liefield's not so bad, I'm not a comic geek, maybe he's pretty good for the genre. It's comics, right, how much artistry can there be?

And then people post stuff from other artists, stuff with style, forethought and an understanding of basic anatomy. People who learned how to draw human figures and perspective and blocking and composition and then went back and cultivated an actual personal style out of that basic skillset. People who actually seem to have put more than three hours into a drawing.

And then there's Liefield, who is still thinking that if you put enough lines in something, no one will notice that THEY'RE ALL WRONG.
 
2012-06-16 03:18:44 PM

FeedTheCollapse: TFA is pretty old


From TFA: "by SundownMotel on Jun 14, 2012 11:42 AM EDT"

I mean, wow, it's over two days old! Wow, those modmins are really slacking, greenlighting this ancient article that obviously has been read thousands of times before.

/ know how I know you didn't actually read TFA?
 
2012-06-16 03:30:46 PM

Current Resident: I'm pretty sure that these girls have wieners.

[assets.sbnation.com image 455x650]


That is the wost drawing of Domino I have ever seen.
 
2012-06-16 03:38:28 PM

Man On A Mission: FeedTheCollapse: TFA is pretty old

From TFA: "by SundownMotel on Jun 14, 2012 11:42 AM EDT"

I mean, wow, it's over two days old! Wow, those modmins are really slacking, greenlighting this ancient article that obviously has been read thousands of times before.

/ know how I know you didn't actually read TFA?




okay, touche. I saw the headline and just assumed it was the original article.
 
2012-06-16 03:41:39 PM

KiplingKat872: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: KiplingKat872: My first exposure to comics was the Bill Sienkiewicz run of Marvel's New Mutants.

Regardless of what you think of Sienkeiwicz, Barry Smith, Romita Jr., Giffen, Frank Miller or any number of other guys, at least you can see their work develop over time, some effort at improvement of their craft or exploration of their abilities.

Glancing at his new 52 work I see hardly any change from Leifeld, though I admit I never paid much attention.

Actually, my point was Sienkiewcz set the bar very high for me in terms of artists. Highly atylized, but incredible composition.


My point was Sienkiewicz started as a slavish Neal Adams imitator and developed over time. I didn't want to get into the relative merits of any artists as that tends to get very subjective but whether anyone likes his work or not they still would have to admit that he's challenged himself and evolved as an artist.

Liefeld, on the other hand, started awful and changed nothing as far as I can tell.

If I were him I would find a GREAT inker and just trace over Kane or Infantino for some bare-bones breakdowns of covers and call it a day.
 
2012-06-16 04:16:52 PM
You know, it honestly doensn't bother me so much that Liefeld has impossible anatomy and insane muscles, etc. That's his style. I think it is a shiatty style, but these are comics not real life. People getting pedantic over how realistic the muscles are or how big the waists are is a little silly.

HOWEVER, I can not stand how farking lazy he is. The way he simply will not draw some characters hands or second leg, how he'll slap on a gun over a hand that clearly was originally holding something else, how he doesn't even erase errors sometimes. So farking lazy.
 
2012-06-16 04:20:43 PM
The best example of said laziness is the one in the first 40 worst drawings post where Feral and Shatterstar (I think) are talking to each other and their farking haircuts change each panel. Like just completely different hair styles and lengths from one second to the next.

It's one thing to make impossible 9 foot pony tails, another to have the 9 foot pony tail shrink to four inches in the next panel because you were too lazy to draw the character consistently.

Similarly: Cable's eye flash shiat changes which eye it appears in all the time.
 
2012-06-16 04:23:43 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: KiplingKat872: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: KiplingKat872: My first exposure to comics was the Bill Sienkiewicz run of Marvel's New Mutants.

Regardless of what you think of Sienkeiwicz, Barry Smith, Romita Jr., Giffen, Frank Miller or any number of other guys, at least you can see their work develop over time, some effort at improvement of their craft or exploration of their abilities.

Glancing at his new 52 work I see hardly any change from Leifeld, though I admit I never paid much attention.

Actually, my point was Sienkiewcz set the bar very high for me in terms of artists. Highly atylized, but incredible composition.

My point was Sienkiewicz started as a slavish Neal Adams imitator and developed over time. I didn't want to get into the relative merits of any artists as that tends to get very subjective but whether anyone likes his work or not they still would have to admit that he's challenged himself and evolved as an artist.

Liefeld, on the other hand, started awful and changed nothing as far as I can tell.

If I were him I would find a GREAT inker and just trace over Kane or Infantino for some bare-bones breakdowns of covers and call it a day.


Er.., have you actually seen his New Mutants run?

I can see where his compositions may have influenced by Adams, but calling his work a "slavish" imitation is patently rediculous.
 
2012-06-16 04:24:25 PM

thunderbird8804: Alex Ross, who I'm pretty sure is an avatar of an art god.


I think Alex Ross more or less sucks. His shiat is totally soulless. Yes, he can paint realistically (he uses models so is truly drawing from life) but so what? The great artists have STYLE. We dont' remember Magritte or Dali or Picasso or Van Gogh because their stuff looked completely naturalistic. We remember them because they had original styles and visions.

Alex Ross is one of those technically great illustrators who is a boring artist. His work is like watching some guitar virtuoso do a bunch of technically hard solos, but who is unable to write a memorable song.
 
2012-06-16 04:27:58 PM
Like google Alex Ross and comics and ignore the technical aspect of the realism, and look at what's being drawn. Mostly a bunch of cheesy poses. (no wonder he is most famous for his covers, which can just be superheros in corny poses without worrying about any flow between panels). Everythign is stiff and wooden, no real personality and no flow when he does do panels.
 
2012-06-16 04:33:50 PM
Well, all damn day with this... so I far, I looked at...

Brian Bolland


That's the first name anybody mentioned, it's going to take forever to check out all the artists you guys mentioned. After much googling, I came to the conclusion that as close as Brian Bolland can get him, I don't think he's tapping right into how freakin crazy The Joker really is.... crazy enough to almost make sense. That 'The Killing Joke' was a good one. Some men want to see the world burn, some men want you to actually take a good, long look at it. All that's left to do after seeing how crazy we really are is laugh and laugh.
 
2012-06-16 04:35:21 PM

Dr. Whoof: way south: forgotmydamnusername: I'm going to lapse into snob-speak here, but look at plasticity and freeness of shape, the elegance of gesture, the geometry of the arrangement of it all on the canvas. Liefeld has absolutely farking none of that. Wooden, stiff, lumpen, misshapen figures, produced by someone obviously and completely optically unaware, just dropped unthinkingly upon the page.

I don't understand a word of what you've said, but I agree!

An argument can be made for drawing action scenes or a piece of emotive art with an abstract, misshapen, approach. Rippling muscles and pointy teeth help to drive the image of raging testosterone in the character.

...But when he does it for character establishing cover art, one begins to wonder if the man knows how to draw.

/HUMAN SPINES DO NOT BEND THAT WAY!!

Is that big guy's head supposed to look like it's just floating over his body?


The big guy is Canadian, go easy on him.

/no idea if this is true or not...
 
2012-06-16 04:35:59 PM

KiplingKat872: I can see where his compositions may have influenced by Adams, but calling his work a "slavish" imitation is patently rediculous.


STARTED. Try Moon Knight and earlier.

bronxbanter.arneson.name
 
2012-06-16 04:42:31 PM
I usually don't question artistic talent that is presented professionally. I naively assume the work is a style or is intended to look like that for a reason. People like me are how shiatty artists continue to make a living.
 
2012-06-16 04:43:16 PM
www.archiecomics.com

Thank god for the Sonic Adventure redesign.

/Felix the Hedgehog! The wonderful, wonderful hedgehog!
 
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