Daughter of Zeus who Sketches the Aegis…

So here we is agin.


On the internet.


See you Monday!

5 thoughts on “Daughter of Zeus who Sketches the Aegis…

      • Well, take page 9 of “The Pumpkin Dark” for instance. I can immediately tell you take influence from some of the earlier Mangaka (Tezuka, Ishinomori, etc.) but you’re not afraid to use your own personal line and hatching style. The directional hatching you use for shading really turns into an active element. I know it represents darkness, but it has an abstract quality that makes the eye move in unexpected ways. I guess that’s a bit of a complicated way to say that I like the way you draw, but that’s what I see in it.

  1. Wow . . . that’s very insightful. Thank you very much. It’s certainly true that my style is heavily inspired by Tezuka. I think his style was near-perfect, for any day and age, except I feel much of his art was too white, and lacked darkness.

    Your style seems pretty unique. I don’t think I’ve seen any other artist who draws like you.

    I like this comic so far. Your art is very good. I like how often you use multiple images in one panel (or page, I guess) to show motion. It’s definitely an underused technique in modern comics.

    I ended up opening every image of your comic individually in a separate tab, for a better reading experience. These pages definitely need to be read at full size.

    Most of your pages are very good (I especially like the latest one with the monster mouth-tornado thing), but a few of them seem to have too much white space.

    Keep up the good work!

    Now I need to get to work . . .

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