I didn't know F.Stack's work 'til you talk about him, so I looked for... and I found!
Well, the style is near to R. Crumb's one, and I better understand how you draw!.. I keep on enjoying your style, moreover since you sent me yours sketchs (is it the word in English? I think so, but...!).
And thanx for compliments, but you may be wrong, I'm no a greater artist than you, if not I will be already recognized hu?! We just both people having fun in what we do, hopin' we'll earn our living with it (in fact, I talk about me, what I'm sure!)
One more thing : You talked about your webcomics, I'd like to see it, but I don't have the adress, can you send it to me?
But thanx again, and See you!
I actually took some classes under Frank Stack at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He's the one who got me interested in inking my drawings. Without him, I'd still be working in pencils. I consider Frank Stack a sort of mentor to me. He actually lives in the same city as me.
As for you greatness, I do believe you'll see an increase in page views in the near future. Your stuff is excellent, the kind of quality work one sees in the "Popular" section of DA. You're just starting now, but you'll rise quickly in popularity.
The webcomic "Gender Fender Bender" can only be seen here, so far. There is a seperate website for my other webcomic, "Opey the Warhead" but it has all the same pages you see on DA, so there's nothing new there, really.
I'm looking forward to more of your fantastic art.
>It must be great your hero teaches you art! Lucky Boy... Profit!
>Which city do you talk about? Is Columbia its name, as University 's name?
>Thanx again, I hope you're right! And I wish you the same thing... I'm sure your works can be published, keep on!
>I definitely love "Opey the Warhead" comic, and I'm looking forward to more of it too... I'd like to know what will happen to the kid and his family! It seems to be your main work : you seem to take pleasure to draw it, line art is excellent, faces are so expressive and the story intrigues me...
Anne-8 is a real robot on the fritz. It's a real challenge to get faceless characters like Opey, or mechanical ones like Anne-8, to emote. Thanks for the compliments (and reading Opey in the first place).