B) To complete said animation
C) Repeat said process.
Body bagThe city was brightly lit despite the darkness above it, thunderstorms hiding the stars from those they deem unworthy. While the law abiding slept, none but those with malicious intentions roamed the streets. Occasionally one would pass a drunken teenager, stumbling their way to their home. However, any that saw them knew they would never make it around the corner.Body bag by Warewolves
The young man continued walking, hand in one pocket and holding a small metallic object of death in his hand. Cloaked in dark black pants and a brown shirt, his jacket draped down behind him, hiding the contents of the back of his belt from view. His short brown hair was neatly pressed into a pale red hat, almost white with age. A scream sounded down the street and he paused, before turning off the street and heading into an alleyway marked with a black eagle insignia on the right hand side of the wall.
“Good evening, Nightwing Pigeon.” The young man’s voice cracked slightly on the last syllable, and
Political RhetoricI hate politics, and I've been trying my best to stay out of the messiness that they tend to produce. But recently I just can't, in good conscience, sit by while candidates I morally disagree with rise in the polls. Today I posted a comic about an observation I had made about Republican candidate Rick Santorum... and much to my amazement it actually DIDN'T land me in a world of political crap!Political Rhetoric by TomPreston
It also led me to many things I had not heard about because I had been purposefully avoiding the whole debacle. Things which... would make for funny comics, or at least political statements. But as I mentioned before, politics is messy and often un-fun. I don't want to push a good thing too far.
So my question to you all is this... should I make a couple more political cartoons? Or should I leave politics and religion and all that other stuff out of my art?