Timothy Merks - Skulls and Daggers - PERTH *FINISHED*

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Re: Timothy Merks - Skulls and Daggers - PERTH *FINISHED*

Postby Egofreaky on Mon Jun 09, 2008 4:57 pm

This was so awesome.
"Friendships about giving"... cracker.

It really reminds me of another webcomic of pointless war and slaughter: Gone with the Blast Wave.
Seriously check it out.
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Re: Timothy Merks - Skulls and Daggers - PERTH *FINISHED*

Postby Timothy Merks on Mon Jun 09, 2008 6:02 pm

thanks for the link that was hillarious
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Re: Timothy Merks - Skulls and Daggers - PERTH *FINISHED*

Postby antains on Wed Jun 11, 2008 8:52 am

Well done, Tim.
That was a lot of fun.
I shouldn't be here.
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Re: Timothy Merks - Skulls and Daggers - PERTH *FINISHED*

Postby Owen Heitmann on Sat Jun 14, 2008 8:35 pm

I felt bad when Steve died too.

I thought it was weird at first to have the pages posted out of order, but it actually kinda helped to get to know the characters to read the middle bit first. And while the pencils are very dynamic, I do hope you ink it - it's a silly story, but it has that kind of silliness that deserves to be properly completed rather than languish as 'just' a 24 hour comic.
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Re: Timothy Merks - Skulls and Daggers - PERTH *FINISHED*

Postby Timothy Merks on Sun Jun 15, 2008 10:56 pm

Steve got way much love for a torturer.

I'm probably going to do the backgrounds and the spiderbot out of plasticine and digitally paint in the characters. There is the possibility I would like to maybe make the characters kinda like the models in the "secret of mana" manual. But yeah all this however will have to wait until I finish my film, so for now I'm happy to leave it as a 24 hour wristbreaker.
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