The Princess

To My Beloved Royalty...

Fun to draw, this one.


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Tyler
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Woah

Submitted June 25, 2012 at 12:24AM



Rachel N
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"Fun to draw", indeed. I'm liking your style on the last couple of strips you've done, and the design of Sarah is particularly appealing in today's strip.

Submitted June 25, 2012 at 12:52AM



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Thank you, Rachel! I like to forge forward, try new things in developing my abilities. =)






Submitted June 25, 2012 at 7:26AM



Rachel N
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Thank you, Rachel! I like to forge forward, try new things in developing my abilities. =)

While we're on the subject, I was wondering, do you hand-draw your stuff and scan it, or do you use a graphics pad like a Wacom? I know artists dislike technical questions, but I ask because it would be helpful once I start my own strip.

Submitted June 25, 2012 at 8:54AM



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I've commented on here before but I'd like to say I love this comic. It gives me inspiration and hope to be myself and someday be a happy girl like Sarah is.

Submitted June 25, 2012 at 1:36PM



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I've commented on here before but I'd like to say I love this comic. It gives me inspiration and hope to be myself and someday be a happy girl like Sarah is.


I believe in you, Rose! Hang in and take good care in the meantime!






Submitted June 25, 2012 at 7:16PM



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Thank you, Rachel! I like to forge forward, try new things in developing my abilities. =)

While we're on the subject, I was wondering, do you hand-draw your stuff and scan it, or do you use a graphics pad like a Wacom? I know artists dislike technical questions, but I ask because it would be helpful once I start my own strip.


The early black & white ones were ink on paper, and the color ones are Wacom and Manga Studio EX4.






Submitted June 25, 2012 at 7:31PM



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I've noticed a certain symbolism in the dialogue balloons. Sarah's are always pink, tomboy Marta's are blue, and Irma (who's any gender she darn well wants to be) has a more neutral color. That's sort of what Walt Kelly used to do in "Pogo": there was a carnival-barker type character there, P.T. Bridgeport, who spoke in circus-poster lettering, and a deacon character who spoke in Old English script.

Submitted June 27, 2012 at 10:47AM



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I've noticed a certain symbolism in the dialogue balloons. Sarah's are always pink, tomboy Marta's are blue, and Irma (who's any gender she darn well wants to be) has a more neutral color. That's sort of what Walt Kelly used to do in "Pogo": there was a carnival-barker type character there, P.T. Bridgeport, who spoke in circus-poster lettering, and a deacon character who spoke in Old English script.


I do love Walt Kelly....






Submitted June 28, 2012 at 8:23PM



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Panel three here is fantastic. The faces, the poses, and best of all that dialogue. Irma has a new-to-me and wholly wonderful way of reacting to that kind of news.


Submitted July 9, 2012 at 2:31AM




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I love how Irma totally went into a relationship without even knowing what gender the partner was xD rad as HECK! :D 

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