Cthulhu and the Gun Lords of Terra

Comic 25 - Bluntness!

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25th Aug 2019, 5:20 PM
Sorry for the delay in posting, but I think my brain needed a rest. . . .

I watched a bunch of cool instructional videos and learned some new stuff!

But I've also been working on stuff for the comic. Specifically, I've been re-working Kendrick, and as you can see in this page, also redoing Walt's armor.

Also I fixed up the previous page (page 24), with the new version of Kendrick, and some other changes. However, I have not re-posted it yet.

I've never re-loaded a page before, hopefully it will be easy. I'm not sure what happens to the comments if I reload the page; I'll feel bad if I lose contributions made by my readers.

If anybody has any suggestions about what to do, or not to do, when reloading a new version of an old page, I would appreciate hearing those.


Go to "My Webcomics" ---> Select "Edit Strips" ---> Choose comic to edit ---> Go to comic Image "Browse" --> Replace old image file with updated image file. Done.
This does not erase old comments.
I eagerly await Kendrick's new armor.

30th May 2018, 9:16 PM edit delete reply

Thank you! I very much appreciate your help with re-loading the page!

Hopefully you'll like what I did with the armor. . . . I'm still not 100% happy with it, but IMO it is better than it was (and I also fixed a number of other things that annoyed me about the page).

I may continue with some modifications to Kendrick's look as things progress. . . .

This part of the story is called "Kendrick's Quest," so we will be seeing more of Kendrick as we go forward. Therefore, I hope I can get a design for his armor that is really good.

30th May 2018, 10:49 PM edit delete reply

Beware about being too self critical. Many comics on comicfury have died because people were too self conscious about their art, including my own. Although I haven't given up on my comics, I am far too much of a perfectionist and cannot update until my art meets a certain quality level. Other artists however, do not obsess over perfection, but instead opt for a sketchy or imperfect look so that they can at least develop their stories.
But, you may not have this problem. Just sayin...

31st May 2018, 6:12 AM edit delete reply

I have had a problem with being too much of a perfectionist in the past. So the warning about that issue is welcome.

This time, I think my dissatisfaction with the page was (at least partly) my brain's way of telling me to slow down. It was good to take a step back and think about some things.

That being said, there were a few things wrong with that page that I really wanted to fix (but my sloppiness in making the original page may have also been due to the fact that I needed a little break).

31st May 2018, 9:59 PM edit delete reply

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