So I admit I was a little shy to return to the Twincest comic after that last page, but once I picked myself up, I was able to move past my mistake, and most definitely learn from it!
I especially liked doing this page because I had one of those lovely moments where my hands seem to draw all on their own. There are many days when I feel like I can't draw without a whip cracking me into submission, and every line I make is painstakingly forced. But then there are times when the lines just happen, and before I know it, hours have gone by, and it's past sunset outside. It's a wonderful feeling, to be engulfed in an activity, and even more so when it's something I love so much.
On a side note, I've been thinking; most people, no matter where they are on the internet assume whoever they see is probably a male. This is the case with me, as well. I've been called 'sir' and 'man' many times now. It doesn't bother me at all, but it made me want to clarify that I am, in fact, female.
But then I thought of something. What difference does the fact that I'm a girl make to you all? As my watchers, does it make it more erotic, to know a female is writing your Twincest comic? Porn isn't something most associate as a feminine past time. Or maybe it makes it less erotic, if you personally were gay, perhaps? Do I gross you out? Maybe it doesn't matter at all? I'm really curious what kind of reaction you all have to an artist's gender.
7 years ago
12 Oct 2011 03:17 CEST