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The Grass isn't Greener · Original Short Story ·
Organised by RogerDodger
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#1 · 1
· · >>Anon Y Mous
Really digging the style here, what with the lack of outlines, but I can't help but feel like Big Daddy Fox has eyes for nipples. Or are his nipples just really big, if that's what they're supposed to be.

I have too many questions.
#2 ·
· · >>Anon Y Mous
Skye's blue (da ba dee da ba daa)
#3 ·
· · >>Anon Y Mous
The lemonnipples are somewhat distracting, but overall this is a compelling piece, abstracted with flat but powerful shapes. A top slater.
#4 ·
Hey Artist,

I'm not a crazy good art critic and I may not be the most unbiased source but I think this is dope. I love how you chose a lineless, almost formless style for our cast here, and I think it complements the story excellently.

Thanks so much for drawing this.
#5 ·
Congrats on the silver, Nonny! This piece should have taken the gold this round.
#6 · 2
>>Miller Minus

Sorry about lemon-nipples. I knew that it was hard to tell what it was. I imagined the father always wearing big, bulky coats, that’s why the grey is round and fluffy, and I imagined him to have droopy eyes, hence the lemons. I had hoped the axe in his neck would help, but I don’t think it did.

I’m most proud of the wife’s hair and the fox’s claws. Her hair was fun to do. I wanted to give her a fox tail, but that would have crowded the picture too much

Skye doesn’t have much form because I’m bad at drawing humans and I couldn’t find a reference for humans sitting like that.

I’m glad you guys liked the lack of outlines. It’s a new style which took a bit of getting used to. Silhouettes are hard to do completely, see Skye for example. I had to add blood to add form and shape to her. It worked out, but I do think of how I could have done it better.

Anyway, thanks for the reviews! See you guys in... a week?