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Perspective

5th Jan 2013, 8:58 PM in George's Story
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KentuckyFriedPopcorn 5th Jan 2013, 8:58 PM edit delete
KentuckyFriedPopcorn
NEXT ISH - We're back to ALL ACTION with the introduction of THE MIDNIGHT AVENGER!! Can Middleton's newest superhero save the day? And what is his connection with the mysterious, vivacious superheroine Velvet Black? BE HERE!

(/Marvel) So now we've had a little look at George and Twitch's home life. George's story continues in the next strip as we find out there's a bit more jazz to the sentimental fat kid than previously guessed.

Also coming up in KFP - PAL 2.0! Justin, the Terror from 2012! Girl characters! Viewmasters! Chick-O-Sticks! And MORE! You KNOW you want to subscribe today and not miss a minute of this butter-fried retro-goodness!
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cattservant 5th Jan 2013, 10:53 PM edit delete reply
cattservant
It's all a matter of degree
And having the eyes to see...
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 6th Jan 2013, 2:29 PM edit delete reply
KentuckyFriedPopcorn
Christopher is very bright, but he has his limits.
Unka John 6th Jan 2013, 12:24 AM edit delete reply
Unka John
Lord Buckley agreed with the garden metaphor. He said that "it is the people who are the true flowers, and it has been a pleasure to have strolled in your garden."
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 6th Jan 2013, 2:28 PM edit delete reply
KentuckyFriedPopcorn
Well, now I know at least one person found the pop-up text...
Draginbeard 6th Jan 2013, 1:15 PM edit delete reply
Draginbeard
the expressions...so well done here. =)
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 6th Jan 2013, 2:25 PM edit delete reply
KentuckyFriedPopcorn
Thanks! That's good to hear since I spent about two hours drawing and re-drawing George's facial expressions in the last two panels trying to get them just right! I *really* don't want to be the comic artist that draws the exact same face every time - I've always admired fluidity of expression and I like the feel of quiet panels that can tell the story just by the look on someone's face (hopefully).
Draginbeard 6th Jan 2013, 5:38 PM edit delete reply
Draginbeard
I think the same way myself, though lve got a ways to go before l get where l want with my work. You really pulled off a fitting page just in the looks you drew for George. =)
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 11th Jan 2013, 9:06 PM edit delete reply
KentuckyFriedPopcorn
Thanks again! I think it's a lot of fun to work from photo references - I'll image search for "Angry expression" and then try to adapt my favorite faces into my simplified comic caricature look. It's a fun challenge figuring out how to represent a realistic expression on very unrealistic features.
moizmad 11th Jan 2013, 7:00 PM edit delete reply
moizmad
I feel for that guy, no body understands me anywhere!
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 11th Jan 2013, 9:11 PM edit delete reply
KentuckyFriedPopcorn
Moiz, meet my childhood!
http://kfp.thecomicseries.com/comics/29/
Also, nice to see you here!
Kim Allman 11th Jun 2013, 4:05 PM edit delete reply
Kim Allman
Loved it!