Kay and P

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Kay and P, Issue 24 - Page 15

5th Jul 2018, 12:00 PM in Issue 24
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Kay and P, Issue 24 - Page 15
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Jackie M 5th Jul 2018, 12:00 PM edit delete
Jackie M
I think Merik is right on this one - this can't be good.

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Wyrd 8th Jul 2018, 7:21 PM edit delete reply
Any time that waitress shows up, I'm struck by how well you blend the human and nonhuman elements. Your art style makes the amortals seem not, well, human, but natural in many respects.

There are certainly exceptions, but she's gorgeous in a way that doesn't focus on her more unusual attributes but that makes them simply elements of a cohesive whole.

I have also wondered how much of P's expressiveness is purely an element of your style. Does his face flex at all? An animate human skeleton wouldn't have most of the ways we express body language available to it.
Jackie M 9th Jul 2018, 1:41 PM edit delete reply
Jackie M
Oh, thank you so much! I'm sure she would appreciate the compliment. ^^

As far as P goes: you know, I'm not really sure. In the sense of reality, bone certainly can't squish and stretch like that - but for the logistics of his personality I couldn't just leave his face static all the time. Of all the characters P is certainly the most "cartoony" in the way he breaks the laws of physics (contortion, eating, etc)