I'm self taught "artist" and constantly seek to improve my skills. I mainly draw in either ink or pencil and use Krita.
I take request for simple Portraits. be aware there a subject to my sense of humour. any thing more complicated is negotiable.
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I just finished compulsively binge-watching this fun-little webshow; HOLY SMOKES! IT'S AMAZING!
By far the best part is the Characters. First off there’s the titular mains; Baman and Piderman. They are grotesque parodies of the famous superheroes: Wolverine and Shattterstar. They’re best friends and go on adventures. ‘nuff said.
The real interesting aspect of the show comes through the side, mainish characters. There’s tuba, Pumkin, and Squib. Take a guess at what they look like. That’s right! They’re all cats! Initially just throw away jokes, these characters evolved and develope complex relationships. Trust me, by the end of this show, you’ll be rooting for an anthropomorphic pumpkin and a lovecraftian beast to be together.
The first few episodes are what you’d expect from a show with such a title. However, then you start to notice the continuity. This even carries over from season openers. Soon you realize the animators were not just being lazy when they draw the background as a featureless white void; they exist in a purgatory-scape. Then, before you know it, you’re invested and want to see what shanagins they get up to.
The visual style initially turned me off, with its unappealing jittery lines and sloppy coloring. It eventually improves greatly in quality in the latter seasons. The way baman moves doesn’t seem to Euclidean geometry and the strange floppy way he walks is hilarious.
Overall, I’d give this a solid 9/10
This made me think about how simple something can be and still be compelling. It showed me that something so stupid, can blossom into something beautiful.
The whole shabang is available on YouTube and has a Kickstarter to finish the five final episodes.