Emergency commissions by Respeanut! by Respeanut, journal
Emergency commissions by Respeanut!
Hey guys! Unfortunately, I'm dealing with some serious financial stress this month (debt) so I'm gonna go ahead and open commissions for however long I need. Please order some cool arts from me! :meow:
Anthro/feral cartoon bust: $25 USD
Anthro/feral refined bust w/ shade +highlight + simple/no background : $37 USD
Anthro/feral full body w/ shade +highlight + simple background : $65 USD
Single Anthro/feral full body w/ shade +highlight + semi-detailed background: $75 USD
Any complex imagery w/ multiple characters and detailed backgrounds: $150 - 200 USD
Semi-realistic pet portraits: $95 USD
-I only accept paypal.
-I do not
Not going on Hiatus but updates may slow down. by Respeanut, journal
Not going on Hiatus but updates may slow down.
Just posting to let my readers know that I might not be able to post 6 fully coloured double-page spreads this month cause of increased shifts and extended hours. December is anything but a holiday for me.
That being said I hope everyone else, hectic schedules or not, find peace and joy during this busy month <3
Comic Spotlight: Chickamangu by Respeanut, journal
Comic Spotlight: Chickamangu
Chickamangu by MrRemoraman follows the life of a young girl named Sasha Chou, who gets caught up in the paranormal happenings of her extended family's household.
The strength of this comic comes from the narrative: The story itself is quite riddled with historical exposition regarding Sasha's family but delivers it in a slow and natural pace. Some of which are offset with Sasha's rather hilarious and deadpan reactions which kept me entertained and craving for more.
There were quite a few scenes which did weird me out at times including one particular event which built up quite thrillingly to the title drop.
The artwork is a bit crude and s
Recently I got a comment from one of my fans regarding the legibility of speech bubbles with my comics. Even though I design all my comics as a double page spread, it seems that its very difficult to read on mobile due to its width.
I personally like the double pages and showing how its meant to be viewed as a whole but I understand that it might not be optimised for mobile readers. Should I divide it up into single pages like I do on Tapastic? Please share your thoughts down below.
For comparison: https://tapas.io/series/In-The-Lions-Den