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Master the Tiger: The Art of Shredding by PaulEberhardt Master the Tiger: The Art of Shredding by PaulEberhardt
Hi everyone! As announced, Gundi and Tiger are returning with a "back-to-the-roots-style" page in full colour. Next page will be in b/w again, though. Colouring still tends to take it out of me, so I'm afraid I will have to continue to reserve colour for special occasions.

I hope the drawings are large enough, so everyone can discern what has happened to Tiger in the last panel. If not, I will be happy to try and do something about it.
hankinstein Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehe cute! I knew a woman who painted her dog's nails...

Coloring does take a lot of work. I am tempted to do the next Compz in B&W. I just remember how quick making the Antcomics seemed, with only having to ink and not color. Takes twice as long, sometimes longer, to add color!
PaulEberhardt Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Same with me: colouring takes just about as long as everything else together, and my desk usually looks a mess when I'm done. But then, most comics do look better in colour, and everything becomes a lot clearer (well, sometimes :/ ). I wish I had the time and patience to do it more often.Sad Drunk
Anyway, Christmas is approaching, and to me that's as good an excuse as any to do some coloured stuff. :santa: :xd:
Kiara-Vestigium Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Poor Tiger! :D
My cat shred our carpets as well - I can't even begin to think of how badly a carpet would look after Tiger's special "treatment".

and I love those tiger-striped question marks ;)
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