KinokoFry #035 – REMAKE!

Today is something special! I’ve been wanting to remake #035 (see the original here) for a while, because I think it’s quite a solid strip. It was also the very first comic I did digitally, and that does show.

Photoshop? Aha, no. No, my friend. No.

No.

Days of cutting and gluing. It’s my first venture into paper craft and I sure do hope you enjoy it!

Speaking of craft, a couple of clever readers have created some lovely KinokoFry pendants and clay figurines, and both are putting their wares up for sale if you’d like one. 50% of the profits go to supporting KinokoFry.

Check these out!

Gothic Enchantress is offering adorable pendants:

EMAIL her to ask about a purchase.

And Adaser is offering these wonderful clay figurines:

EMAIL her about any purchases.

I might be getting ahead of myself but I believe both girls will take requests!

I am so, so very flattered. Thankyou, talented ladies!

- Rebecca Clements

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Haha! This comic made me laugh when I first saw it, and this isn’t any different.

I like that fact that you’re trying something different. Looks good too!


This looks awesome as papercraft! Might i suggest using clay figures for a comic sometime? :3

Also yes, i take requests – anything you want made, i’ll make it :3 (www.gothic-enchantress.deviantart.com A bit of self-promotion here ^_^)


It took me some time to figure out what’s going on in the last panel, even though I have read the original (quite a while ago, but still). I guess it’s too hard to notice the shelves and it kinda makes everything else uncertain as a result.
I think the original looks pretty great (especially for your first digital strip!), albeit not as great looking as your latest efforts, which are amzing.
But I do hope you’ll make more comics in this technique – it’s just lovely! I could never do that. Glue is not my friend.


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