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Is it okay to write/draw rape as part of a story at all? Like, not to fetishize/glorify it, absolutely not, but to depict how awful it is and what it can do to someone? I've got... one, maybe two, characters who potentially get raped by the same awful person, and depending on what kind of backlash I might get (I can't emotionally deal with much) I might not put it in the story.
Anonymous

furryscumbags:

I’ve seen it used very well in stories, and what you’re describing sounds interesting, but tread lightly is all I can say. 

-mousemod

Yes you can draw rape as part of the plot if you have to.

It’s not a easy subject for most people, so you might wanna put up a warning that the next pages of your story may include rape scenes. It depends on what kind of comic you’re drawing. A comic that’s usually funny would not look good with rape scenes. Example 1: You have a funny comic about three guys and a girl, and the comic is about them hanging out and doing stuff, but then you make one where they’re at a party and they’re all drunk, and the girl is a lot drunker, and one guy helps her to the bedroom for her to get some rest and walks away. The two guys that are left looks at each other with a smile and says “The party is just getting started!” and the panel shows them about to open the door. That’s not funny, you know what’s gonna happen. If they’re all friends, why would they do that? It wouldn’t fit in with the comic.

Rape jokes are NOT ok. And No, they CAN’T “be funny sometimes.”

Example 2: Your character is a badass hero who lives in a bad city where crime happens every day, and as he’s walking down the road, he spots a gang of men who’s struggling to hold down a girl who they’re gonna have their way with, and he breaks out his guns and shoot them. That’s your typical hero who saves the day, and you know he’s a good guy, he’s suppose to be the hero who fights crime,and thus he probably meets a lot of rapists and murderers. BUT overdoing it isn’t good either and it kills the comic if it happens several times in one story.

Example 3: You could also make the “hero” a unlikable asshole who not only joins in on the gangbang, but also kills them, including the girl, but what would be the point? Is he on his way to work? Is he a assassin or gangster? A demon from Hell maybe? Or maybe you just like writing asshole characters for the sake of it, but without any other plots/direction for the comic to follow, it would be pointless.

But if it’s more of a fetish thing for you, then be prepared for some harsh criticism from people who doesn’t share your “interest”.

groovy-bastard:

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There is nothing to dislike about this movie.

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE,MY FAVORITE MOVIE!!!!!!

I got the English version of it on my laptop, but it’s IMPOSSIBLE to find it on DVD!

Here, have some good oldies from my deactivated DeviantART account :)

As for the Jack and Magra comics that were on there, don’t worry, they’re on The Duck Webcomics.

Why doesn't your human characters have noses?
Anonymous

Noses are really difficult to draw (in my opinion)….unless the character have a different nose instead of the normal/realistic ones, I just can’t do it. I’ve TRIED, but it’s impossible…and I really don’t wanna draw the tiny manga noses either…..and the only human main characters I have (so far) is Shamus and Dante, and they look good without noses. And Jack, but he have a mask on, partly because drawing humans are difficult for me…

Dante in color!
I drew this a while back, but held back on revealing it before he did it in the comic, because I didn’t wanna spoil anything. So here he is in color and glory.
Dante (C) Me

Dante in color!

I drew this a while back, but held back on revealing it before he did it in the comic, because I didn’t wanna spoil anything. So here he is in color and glory.

Dante (C) Me

Hey here!! Thanks so much for the follow!! :D :D you have an interesting blog as well, I'll follow back!

No problem, and thank you so much ^^

Forgot to post this one.
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Forgot to post this one.

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I deactivated my DeviantART account

Reposting it here because I know some of you don’t follow me on Furaffinity and probably missed it, but here it is.

I deactivated my DeviantART account because I didn’t use it anymore and it was pretty much just collecting dust, so I browsed trough my gallery and saved a few images I wanted to keep before doing so. It’s something I’ve been wanting to do for quite some time, and now it’s done.

All of my Jack, Magra and other older comic pages can be found on The Duck Webcomics , my Furaffinity and here on my Tumblr.

Just wanted to say that I did it myself, nobody bullied me there, there was no drama going on, and nobody hacked my profile if you wonder why it’s gone, I did it because it was inactive.

EDIT: From now on, I ONLY post my work here, on The Duck Webcomics and my Furaffinity. If you see my work posted on any other sites than these three, notify me about it.

neodokuro:

Mmmm…. Cupcakes.



AWESOOOME!!!!

neodokuro:

Mmmm…. Cupcakes.

AWESOOOME!!!!
What do I really think of my Jack comic?

Short answer: It’s bad, the art sucks, the ‘villains’ are generic half-assed anime style douchebags, it’s not as good as I remember it when I started. And the only characters I liked was Jack and Chain. The end.

Long answer: Well, back when I started making comics, I tried making humor comics, but I could never pull it off, and in my opinion, making a funny comic is a lot harder than making a horror comic, that’s why I have so many comics behind me that never survived due to not being funny or likable, until I made Dirty Paws in 2007 (formerly known as Cute ‘N’ Spicy) and that’s the only funny comic that have survived and it keeps evolving for the better.

I started Jack in 2005 and I don’t think ANY of the arcs had any form of solid script, I just made things up as the arc progressed, which is a bad idea, and the result will always end bad. And I can compare it to an old 80’s cartoon where the intro was better than the show….the intro being the various demonic Jack art I made that never made it into the comic, but it would maybe have made it better if it did?

A lot of people think my main inspiration was David Hopkins, and honestly his comic WASN’T the main inspiration for my Jack as you may think…it was actually a not so commonly known PS2 game called Ghost Hunter, mainly the swamp levels, they were my favorite, and that’s where it started….but why did he live there for so long, didn’t people there have a phone to call the police with? Maybe they were Amish, I dunno…but I think it’s because my whole idea and the world around the comic wasn’t as developed in Jack as in my other comics, I didn’t really know what to do with it, and I made a lot of fillers and the art was often lazy aside from the coloring….but when I break it down, only four arcs hold any real relevance to the character (Midnight Blood part 1 and 2, The Trap Door, Black Blood and Last Laugh) everything else is, well…crap.

But deleting it from the face of the internet would be a cowards way out, so I’ll just leave it as it is, everyone knows of it, and everyone knows it’s bad, but what do you expect from a comic that never had a solid script? I don’t think any of the arcs HAD a solid script…so there you go.

How does it hold up? O.K. at most for a first ‘real’ horror comic, but compared to my art and comics now, it doesn’t reach up to their level since my art have grown and evolved a LOT since then. It is what it is, that’s where it all started, and I’ll just leave it at that and focus on my other comics.

As I said before, I do plan on a final arc for Jack before he merges into Magra’s world, and it will fill up all the plot holes that I’ve left unanswered.

I just wanted to say what I really think of it, it’s been nine years since I made it, so here’s my final thoughts about it.

PS: If anyone’s wondering what my thoughts on the review was, El Santo was fair about it, that’s it.