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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.
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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!
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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:
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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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