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Little Wuss

Here’s a way-too sketchy comic strip I did straight in ink. It looks like I may have drooled on the first panel blotting some of the ink lines. This is a typical Underworld joke that I’ve done a couple of times. Something that seems scary and aggressive turns out to be a turn on. I usually give those jokes to Mr. Panty Fog or Creep Rat. I was trying to create a new character here, but he’s too close to my original conception of Mr. Panty Fog and I never used him again. Notice how his scale changes from panel 2 to Panel 3. I used to worry about stuff like that but I actually enjoy inconsistency now (something that a big no no in animation). Also a big no no in animation is cutting characters off at the knees which I do in the last panel. I do like the expression of the little character in the last panel as he stares at Little Wuss’ bulge.  

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