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On the Antler Creek Narrow Gauge Railroad, there's a section of track that ends at a movie set that's not usually open for tourists. The area has been used by either small budget to large out of the way films. The reason I said that is because I haven't talked the route of the ACNG. With that said, this the first time I draw Raymond in a while, and I'm glad that I changed his appearance. It went from this: Life Beside the Tracks 75 to the more Bambi look he has now. Anyhow...
This is the best comic I made with a very serious and smart question. Since I've noticed a lot of like these: Big Boobs NekoGames and Tails ShariRei's Mass Effect and thought about the logical question that Maria is presenting. In drawing this, I wanted to make a point by using her body as part of my stand on the issue. Plus, it was an excuse to draw a character in their underwear. Anyhow...
This is my second attempt to draw another Central Pacific inspired locomotive with modifications El Presidente locomotive concept but with a more realistic livery which makes it look better than the previous attempt at it. I used images from the book, Southern Pacific Steam locomotives by Donald Duke and a book about the Sacramento Locomotive Works to make this picture. I really like how the Russian iron looks and how plausible this concept is. Anyhow...
This is my first drawing of a shay locomotive in a while, so I'm very happy how it came out. This engine has been around for a while in the Antler Creek Narrow Gauge, but hasn't been drawn recently so it's great to see this engine again. Here's the only pictures I have of that engine:
Ever since hitting 145(actually 146; ignore that problem) I want to know what has been your favorite comic up to 150, since there's only 4 more to go. Now, I want to see something longer than one short sentence. This can tell me that did I achieve my goal: to create a comic series that didn't stop or gave up. If you remember my previous attempts to start a comic series, you notice that I would stop the series. That's because I would lose interest in making them and want to draw real drawings. Another thing to ask is what does this series mean to you? I want to know did this comic affect your life in a positive or negative way. The majority of the series was really my sense of humor or my drawing skills when it was alright. If you ever read a comic that was not funny, that's because I would say to myself "I don't have to be funny, just interesting" and so far that work. Many comic strips either have to funny and emotional, but sometimes you can draw what ever you want because that pleases you and you will be satisfied. Another thing is most of the entertainment is something in particular that got my attention. For example, who remembers this . The reason is that the 145th comic hinted at it: because I listened to the full song (it's on Youtube, and it's very catchy.) Another thing is to ask is how would you make the strip work for you? The first advice I would say is the first person to entertain is yourself, because you are in control of your life, so the comic should reflect that. The last thing is to ask is how to celebrate 150 comic strips. Many of you would have your suggestions, but since this year is the 100 anniversary of the start of World War 1, so an idea based on a theme surrounding that and this song would be very appreciated. Anyhow....
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Current Residence: Porterville CA Favourite genre of music: Anytype of music Favourite style of art: Drawing and Ink art Favourite cartoon character: Robin Hood, Ed, Edd n Eddy Personal Quote: If you learn from the best, you would be better
Favorite visual artistBlotch, Kacey, Kitfox-Crimson, and Walt DisneyFavorite bands / musical artistsRascal Flats, Michael Jackon, Allison KraussFavorite writersJohn Steinbeck, The Rev. W Awdry, and so much more.Other InterestsTrains, Foxes, Dragons, Deer, Old ships,Very old aeroplanes, and old Cars