February 14, 2001: Deregulation

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February 14, 2001: Deregulation

Postby Tom_Radigan » Sat Feb 25, 2012 3:38 am

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Re: February 14, 2001: Deregulation

Postby likeafox » Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:27 am

OMG I absolutely adore the art style of about 2001-2003 O&M.

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Re: February 14, 2001: Deregulation

Postby Tom_Radigan » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:17 am

OMG I absolutely adore the art style of about 2001-2003 O&M.
I do too. I wish the author kept it at that.

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Re: February 14, 2001: Deregulation

Postby Rooster » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:37 pm

OMG I absolutely adore the art style of about 2001-2003 O&M.
I do too. I wish the author kept it at that.
I agree that it's also my preferred style (and the one I *ahem* attempted to copy for my own comic) but I always maintain DCS's right to evolve the drawings in whatever way she deems fit.

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Re: February 14, 2001: Deregulation

Postby Tom_Radigan » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:12 pm

OMG I absolutely adore the art style of about 2001-2003 O&M.
I do too. I wish the author kept it at that.
I agree that it's also my preferred style (and the one I *ahem* attempted to copy for my own comic) but I always maintain DCS's right to evolve the drawings in whatever way she deems fit.
Oh, I agree with the idea that the author of anything can write or draw their own creations the way they like. I'm not like the villain of "Misery". It's just that sometimes an author does something and later realizes that something was not such a great idea. You may know the story of how Arthur Conan Doyle killed off his character Sherlock Holmes, only to get so many protests for having done so, he brought Sherlock back.


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