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Azumitaiko, June 28th, 2009, 4:39 pm

Isn't it great how things went from serious to humorous?
Okay no it'll go back to serious soon. D:

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XxEmoxX, June 28th, 2009, 8:08 pm

I really love you comic, the art and every thing is so, perfect!!! continue the awesome work! ^^

vampirecheetah, June 28th, 2009, 8:42 pm

*palm face* heh heh Humor works XD

Chan Is No Longer a Guest, June 29th, 2009, 12:41 am

LOL I remember I once found this comic a milliontrillion years ago, but totally forgot about it. BUT THAT'S BECAUSE I'M REALLY, REALLY FORGETFUL.
=D I'm so glad I found it again.
And as a sidenote: LOL TOMOYO. You can't say your hand doesn't hurt after punching a mirror. NO ONE WILL FALL FOR THAT.

Devia_Luna (Guest), June 29th, 2009, 10:48 am

Oh god I laughed aloud.

I've realized one of the things I love about your comic: I can feel the mood you were in while working on each page... I really like that.

Miki (Guest), June 29th, 2009, 1:35 pm

Slapping your cut up, bleeding hand to make you relize the obvious!!! Now thats love and hilarious. XD

ShellySaurus (Guest), June 29th, 2009, 7:18 pm

Oh my. It made me lol to see the expressions. It was all kinds of funny. Comic relief is always wel-- ALWAYS. WELCOMED. |D

alain1609, June 29th, 2009, 11:46 pm

ohhhh!!!}let her help you deammit.

CyberRngr, June 30th, 2009, 3:44 pm

I love the Artwork and characters in this comic to. That is what keeps me coming back. I do love this scene of her slapping her hand. Only thing I don't like is how funny you are about what we say or do here. I find myself hard pressed to figure out what to say or do here. As I am usually loved and admire else where on other web comic's forum chat. Guess I can't expect that every where I go. :P

Azumitaiko, June 30th, 2009, 4:30 pm

Well, I tend to take a lot of things the wrong way, and having had a history of bullying, I tend to overreact at the slightest remark. A lot of the time people say out-of-context things in their comment, and I'm not sure how to take it. I like feedback, not immaturity, so there's a reason for disliking "BOOBIES" comments whenever they're around.
I know I seem like a douchebag for stating these things, but honestly, I don't like my hard work being disregarded, and sometimes people's comments tend to not give the feedback I want.

Revy-2-Hands, July 1st, 2009, 12:29 pm


hikori (Guest), July 1st, 2009, 9:29 pm

Regarding Azumitaiko's comment:
I know exactly what you mean. I used to be bullied extraordinarily badly myself, so I understand more than most the paranoia that follows such events. I still have it most of the time.

As for the comment complaint: I understand that too. As an artist, I myself strive to be taken on a serious level. I'll draw or paint something very near dear and deep to me, then try to share it with others, only to have it completely disregarded the way it was intended to be looked at. "The colors look pretty." Was a comment I once got on a piece I worked months on. Not to mention that was the ONLY comment that person gave before walking away at the galley, completely leaving all my art pieces aside.

Stuff like that hurt on a much deeper level than most would think. I honestly take you seriously as an artist, however, even the brightest people in the world often do the most immature things.

So no, I don't find you to be a douche bag. I find you to be a serious, hardworking, and struggling artist who at times feel that she doesn't get the respect she deserves. Most good artists are, or have been in your shoes at some point in time.

I feel you take feedback gloriously as well as beautifully, and have a real knack for storytelling, through your pictures, not just words. That is a strong trait to have in an artist.
(Don't get me wrong, your writing is amazing, just saying that as an artist, the panels really flow in a strong manner to be proud of.)

CyberRngr, July 2nd, 2009, 3:22 am

I to got bullied a lot in the past. That is not what I was trying to do if it seems that way. I am just not much for rules. I tend to make and follow my own. The immature stuff for me is just a way to break the ice. Not meant to be taken seriously. I see these as much for us as for the artist feed back. It's just a way for me to entertain people. I see now what you are getting at. And it makes since. I kind of wish some times other artists would take a stand more. :)

Nyan? (Guest), July 12th, 2009, 7:08 am

LOL! "Oh it's bleeding" no shit!

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