I think I can pretty much declare at this point that I'm around 85% back to my original comic style. It's taken a long time to undo the damage that caricaturing did to my work, not to say I didn't learn a lot from it. I was fortunate to work with other caricaturists that strongly-emphasized cartooning over exaggeration, and my cartooning skills improved quite a bit because of it. For example, I knocked out that Spaz pic there in the third panel in no time at all. Don't get me wrong: I love cartoons, and I think caricatures are pretty cool, too. And like I said before, initially when I began Super U. I think I was trying to emulate the style of other webcomics. I certainly don't knock cartooning and caricaturing. They both take an incredible amount of practice and skill to do right. But recently, I found a picture I did of Raine a few years ago, and I got a little upset, because I knew I couldn't draw it that well anymore. I will get there again, and soon.
The last strip, this one and probably the next few all deal with the wrap-up / fallout after Justice's capture, Rex Ruthless' demise and Aiden's death and subsequent ressurection. This little action-run has been fun, but it can't be punches to the face all the time. Don't worry, I will endeavor to continue delivering the funny, even if I'm only using humor to disguise my true intentions of making you find yourself compelled to learn more about these characters.
Hey, that gives me a cool idea! I'm going to put a poll up on the bottom of the site for you to vote for some of your characters. Who do you want to see more of?
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