Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by Fluffy » Sun Feb 03, 2019 2:20 am

Gotoh wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 10:05 pm
JoybuzzerX wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 4:40 am
Save Chloe from what? From killing her first time of course.

If we go with the idea that Chloe really doesn't want to kill people, she needs someone who can survive her first time, since after the first time, she's supposed to be able to control herself.
It takes takes more than one time before a virgin succubus learns how to control themselves, which is why they get sent to our world to get a few "practice corpses" under their belts.
Of course, given Teddy's sexual escapades and his newfound God status, he'll be so amazing at sex that the time he spends punching Chloe's V-card will successfully result in quenching her lust fueled craze on the first go, making it safe for her to bone average human males far sooner than most succubi ever could. :-Q
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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by JoybuzzerX » Sun Feb 03, 2019 5:29 am

Gotoh wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 10:05 pm
JoybuzzerX wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 4:40 am
Save Chloe from what? From killing her first time of course.

If we go with the idea that Chloe really doesn't want to kill people, she needs someone who can survive her first time, since after the first time, she's supposed to be able to control herself.
It takes takes more than one time before a virgin succubus learns how to control themselves, which is why they get sent to our world to get a few "practice corpses" under their belts.
Chloe is supposed to be the rising star pupil, so she may just need the one ;)

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by Error of Logic » Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:01 am

Meh. Chloe's "rising star"-status was based on her bungling causing damage to Teddy's life and Slash-Stab mistakenly believing it was done through planned malice, rather than incompetence.

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by vampire hunter D » Sun Feb 03, 2019 2:10 pm

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by Gotoh » Sun Feb 03, 2019 11:05 pm

JoybuzzerX wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 5:29 am
Chloe is supposed to be the rising star pupil, so she may just need the one ;)
What EoL said:
Error of Logic wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:01 am
Meh. Chloe's "rising star"-status was based on her bungling causing damage to Teddy's life and Slash-Stab mistakenly believing it was done through planned malice, rather than incompetence.

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by Derfman » Mon Feb 04, 2019 2:18 am

dmra wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 12:03 pm
Derfman wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 9:11 am
I'm going to guess that you are an amateur artist. Last time I checked this is a bi-weekly comic, not high art. Save the critique for your art classes please.
Or put it another way because it's not "high art" we shouldn't pay the artist the respect of commenting when they've got something wrong. Just out of interest how do you think they're going to improve if nobody says "that bit wasn't good" or "might be better if"?

And it's not as though they have to listen to what anybody says.
You guys do realize that these comics have something called editors. They provide "Professional" feedback on a regular basis. Your comments are akin to going into a Gordon Ramsey restaurant and complaining that the food does not have enough salt in it. I find it really annoying. But to each their own.

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by Derfman » Mon Feb 04, 2019 2:26 am

Fluffy wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:45 pm
Derfman wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 9:11 am
I'm going to guess that you are an amateur artist. Last time I checked this is a bi-weekly comic, not high art. Save the critique for your art classes please.
I may not be a comic artist, but I've been doing commissioned artwork for the last 18 years (largely consisting of erotica content), so I have a fair idea on how a body should look; but, thanks for the assuming I'm talking out of my ass. 8-|

And just because these are comic strips and not 'high art' doesn't mean it's immune to criticism. Any form of media that is presented to a broad audience is open to criticism - including this comic. If the artist can't handle hearing anything but praise for their work, they're in the wrong kind of business.
I think you kinda proved my point when you said that you are not a comic artist. You are judging his work based on your biases. Since your work is probably of a higher art form than naturally, you will probably be more critical of someone in this business. The point I'm making is it is critique without justification. Like I said to the other comment, let the professional editors do their job. I really just felt your comment was particularly to harsh when it did not need to be.

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by Fluffy » Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:12 am

Derfman wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 2:26 am
Fluffy wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:45 pm
Derfman wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 9:11 am
I'm going to guess that you are an amateur artist. Last time I checked this is a bi-weekly comic, not high art. Save the critique for your art classes please.
I may not be a comic artist, but I've been doing commissioned artwork for the last 18 years (largely consisting of erotica content), so I have a fair idea on how a body should look; but, thanks for the assuming I'm talking out of my ass. 8-|

And just because these are comic strips and not 'high art' doesn't mean it's immune to criticism. Any form of media that is presented to a broad audience is open to criticism - including this comic. If the artist can't handle hearing anything but praise for their work, they're in the wrong kind of business.
I think you kinda proved my point when you said that you are not a comic artist. You are judging his work based on your biases. Since your work is probably of a higher art form than naturally, you will probably be more critical of someone in this business. The point I'm making is it is critique without justification. Like I said to the other comment, let the professional editors do their job. I really just felt your comment was particularly to harsh when it did not need to be.
So, because I'm not a comic artist, I can't critique comic art? :))

As I stated earlier - any form of media that is published to a broad audience is open to criticism. If I think something looks off about a drawing (example - Teddy in the last panel of this last strip; where he looks overall ridiculous), I have every right to give my opinion about it, and how I express it - and I tend to be blunt instead of tiptoeing around the criticism to avoid hurting someone's feelings (too many artists surround themselves in hug boxes and only want to hear the positive feedback - which I find personally annoying; as promising artists who shut out the criticism never improve on their skill, and their work becomes stagnant).

Don't like my blunt criticism? Feel free to add me to your ignore list.
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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by dmra » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:45 am

Derfman wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 2:18 am
dmra wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 12:03 pm
Derfman wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 9:11 am
I'm going to guess that you are an amateur artist. Last time I checked this is a bi-weekly comic, not high art. Save the critique for your art classes please.
Or put it another way because it's not "high art" we shouldn't pay the artist the respect of commenting when they've got something wrong. Just out of interest how do you think they're going to improve if nobody says "that bit wasn't good" or "might be better if"?

And it's not as though they have to listen to what anybody says.
You guys do realize that these comics have something called editors. They provide "Professional" feedback on a regular basis. Your comments are akin to going into a Gordon Ramsey restaurant and complaining that the food does not have enough salt in it. I find it really annoying. But to each their own.
And you realize that every TV program and song has somebody who is meant to check if for quality but I bet that doesn't stop you having an opinion. Which is all anybody here is expressing which is their opinion.

And since the amount of salt in food is very much a personal preference then somebody is perfectly entitled and at liberty to say that there is too much salt in something cooked in any restaurant no matter how well trained the chef. Not to mention that any kitchen in any restaurant will sometimes get things wrong and produce food that is badly cooked. What would you do if something arrived half raw? Eat it anyway because it came from a Gordon Ramsey kitchen so must be perfect or complain and send it back to the kitchen?

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Re: Dangerously Chloe 31-01-19 Nothing Left to Say

Post by JoybuzzerX » Mon Feb 04, 2019 5:13 am

Fluffy wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 3:12 am

So, because I'm not a comic artist, I can't critique comic art? :))

As I stated earlier - any form of media that is published to a broad audience is open to criticism. If I think something looks off about a drawing (example - Teddy in the last panel of this last strip; where he looks overall ridiculous), I have every right to give my opinion about it, and how I express it - and I tend to be blunt instead of tiptoeing around the criticism to avoid hurting someone's feelings (too many artists surround themselves in hug boxes and only want to hear the positive feedback - which I find personally annoying; as promising artists who shut out the criticism never improve on their skill, and their work becomes stagnant).

Don't like my blunt criticism? Feel free to add me to your ignore list.
I agree.

The idea that editors are professional critiques is laughable. It's not like every movie critic is a movie director.

Gordon will get his food critiqued by everyone who eats it. Just because he may have an ego so large as to believe anyone who hates his food has no taste, is just his ego being to big.

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