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    Hahah its all good man. I personally believe that all critique does is make the artist "aware" of a problem or help improve that drawing alone. It doesn't necessarily help them "improve" and the only way to really get better is to keep at it! So I kinda make it my thing to always give good positive feedback that way artists can stay motivated and productivity remains high!

    All within reason of course, not a good idea to gush over bad art all the time
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by covie on 09-18-2011 at 11:22 PM
With all the hype, the promotional sneak peaks, and the television commercials, the New 52 seems rather... Blah. After reading a few of the titles, I was neither overwhelmed nor underwhelmed. I was just dissatisfied. It was a lot like the last time I went to Flemming's Steak House. I heard wonderful things from everyone I know who went, so I decided to take my then girlfriend (now wife) there for a fantastic feast. Unfortunately our waiter was rude, the service was slow, and the food was over

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Getting Back to Mutants, Assassins, and Cyborgs -- My Return to Reading Comics

by covie on 05-30-2011 at 09:51 AM
When I was but a boy, I was an avid collector of Marvel Comics. Most specifically all of the "X" titles. There was something about that make believe world where people who were loathed and feared by the vast majority of the population, fought the baddest of the bad to keep that very population safe. All the while, they willingly took the slings and arrows of popular opinion knowing that the world they were defending was better than the alternatives. When you're twelve years old, that

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