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Colorfulmoongato Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
OHMAHGOSH!! I read your Webcomic!! I didn't know you had a DA!! -^^-
Awesome!! Totally gonna watch you!!

Your style is in a really cool way super relaxing and like drinking a cup of warm tea on a cool Autumn night!!

You're AMAZING!!
Pyroglifix Featured By Owner May 8, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I actually have your dA page bookmarked, because I love looking at your art. Keep up the amazing work, and thanks for inspiring me to draw the lesbians this world deserves. :hero: 
AnonymousPond Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2016
I'm in lesbians with your gallery.
LordoftheVillains Featured By Owner Edited Jan 26, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
May I be so bold as to say that your series "Go Get a Roomie!" is nothing but......Magnificent! I mean really it's so fun to read, and just warm and fuzzy.
Roomie is just so enjoyable that I wish she could be my friend, and Lillian is just amazing(heck she reminds me of myself, the sleep part I mean), there just so FANTASTIC! If I wanted to live in a fictional world with great friends than I would pick yours.
I hope you have the greatest of lives in the universe, and have a good day!Giggle
dragonvfantasy7 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014
I love your comic the story is amazing and i love all the charaters, keep up the amazing work :)
Yakassa Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014
Great style!
redangel70 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i love your drawings you beautiful beautiful person you. also, did you know that marceline/bubblegum was supposed to be canon, but cartoon network threatened to pull the show if they made it canon. true story.
Oinch3Garcia Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
everyday I come home from work I have a list of webcomics I read. And Go Get A Roomie is # 3. right behind Homestucka dn the Neon Werewolf's Nightfall
Antoniagraza Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013   Digital Artist
Your art is just ... amazing :woohoo:
84litreviper Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013
So I was reading your comic, and I was noticing how positive everyone is about your art. I've read how it is adorable, uplifting and generally warm fuzzy inducing. Your characters all seem very positive people as well. Roomie is so very giving sexually, she cares and lives to make life a party. Lillian may be reclusive, but she seems equally generally happy and accepting. Richard and Ramona have a ying and yang quality, and they support each other in a very understated way. They all seem to lead what some conservative majorities would consider "alternative lifestyles". All in all a very happy cast.

But you can also see the underlying struggles in these characters. Roomies who doesn't seek deep intimacy nor overtly shows the need for it. Lillian's constant need to escape reality through sleep. The alienation from their parents felt by the twins. They all see the need to be human and have weaknesses, but none of them feel the need to address them directly. It's as though the comic is a sanctuary for those who feel like they are an outsider. Yes, there is the struggle, but life is full of that, why keep reinforce it. Your side story of Merlin and the knight has a self discovery and acceptance tone to it. Interesting coming from Lillian who similarly avoids overt committal to any relationships or interactions.

My question is were you consciously trying to show through your comic that there is a place where you are accepted and safe? If it doesn't exist ideally, it can exist in the comic. Then in creating this comic, you've created a sanctuary where it is safe and then in time better to address difficult issues in a safe positive light. Like when Lillian and Roomie visit Woc. They never say what the issue is, just that it will reveal itself in time.

I just really enjoyed the comic, and couldn't help suggest an overarching theme to it. The darker sides of the characters are kind of hidden away, barely hinted, or just left alone for exploration later.
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