I really love this comic so far! The characters are brilliant - I love their expressions and poses and the designs are so unique! The colouring is also superb and the story is really interesting too~ I look forward to more!
First, "Where the hell is it?" now, "What the hell is it?" Would it be wrong to bet "Who the hell are you?" and "Why the hell not?" will be the next in Vesper's repertoire of hell-based sentences?
Ah, well, I know that's a bit random...but hey, so am I. Now, just to warn you, I was hoping I could ask you a few more random questions, so mayday, mayday, batten down the hatches and all that stuff, 'cause here goes:
To start, what program do you use for your comics? The obvious guess would be Photoshop, sure, yet it doesn't hurt to ask. Oh, and do you draw up these pages entirely on your computer, or do you put pencil to paper first, scan them in, digitally ink, along with all that good stuff? If neither, then what are you doing woman? Because whatever you're doing, it's working. Keep it up.
Next, I've gotta ask: What comics do you read? And by comics, I mean the whole deal here. Graphic novels, webcomics, manga, strips...you name it. Also, feel free to toss in some mentioning of the cartoon, movie, gaming, or general media variety. I'm not too picky in that aspect. Heck, you're talking to a girl who grew up -- and is still into -- pokemon games and Courage the Cowardly Dog cartoons, so do tell. What do you look at and say, "I wish I had made that"? Or "This is very well made"? If either, then why?
Finally, my last question: Is there any particular reason that Corrick's eyebrows don't match the color of his hair? Because whenever I see that in reality, it tells me that particular person dyed their hair, and, well...
...Okay, you don't have to answer that last one. Reality sucks. It wasn't all that serious anyway...
I read Meek, Sfeer Theory, Strays, Fey Winds regularly (there are tons more but I am blanking now)... Kind of a range as far as webcomics go. For films, LOVE Miyazaki. As for games, Red Dead Redemption was a big inspiration for me. For shows, grew up on Gargoyles.
And lastly, poor Corrick was not born with white hair. A necklace side effect.
Heh, those are definitely some great webcomics, no doubt, and I've got to agree on Miyazaki's work, It's a force that invades the eyes -- but in a good way. Though, I know I've watched quite a bit of Gargoyles, but I can barely remember the episodes I have watched. Oh well.
Hm...Maybe I could share some of my own recommendations...? That is, if you don't mind. You've seen how I can go on and on and on about something.
Alright then! I think I have a list around here somewhere...*digs around for list* Ah, here we go. It's got you and your comic too actually. Riiiiight here. With a description that says "COLOR. ARTWORK. STORY. Three things that are smashed into this webcomic like a hammer to a coconut, albeit...with a much nicer turnout."
...Wait. Where was I again? Oh, yes, recommendations.
Welp, I've done a lot of digging around Smack Jeeves, so I've found that once you chuck aside all the yaoi-yuri-crap, there's quite a few gems to be found. (Though, when I say yoai-yuri-crap, I mean the horribly done/drawn/distasteful stuff.) These "gems" as I call them include Scorch, Fox Mask Man, Over the Surface, La Grenouille, and others that you'll probably find eventually.
Outside from those, as well as the ones you've already mentioned, there are other webcomics far outside the Smack Jeeves spectrum. These include Hanna is Not a Boy's Name, Boxer Hockey, Dark Science (The [link] of which is right here) and others who's names have burst out of the confinements of my head due to their sheer awesomeness.
And, just because this one story has always stuck around my head when I give out recommendations, I feel that it's necessary that I mention a manga to go with all these webcomics. You can probably find it and read it online, just look up a manga titled: Majin Tantei Nōgami Neuro. If you can stomach some of the more bloody scenes, I'm sure that you'll appreciate the art, characters, stories, and psychological views within it.
...Huh. It's ironic really, given that while my own gallery is filled up with bright, cheery, eye-blinding stuff, I have a good taste for the darker side of things. Erm...Or at least, dark humor. Go figure.
I say Smexy Jeeves. It's a name just nauseating enough to fit.
Well, once you do look through them, be sure to tell me what you think. I love getting opinions just as much as I do giving them.
Oh, and my email is kicking me in the shin and spitting in my eye right now, so if I do finish whatever fanart I've got going right now (I won't promise anything, as Murphy's Law has taken a liking to me.) would you mind terribly if I sent it to you through a note? I would be more convenient for me...