ID: e6091 No.12396
Dat ass… Farron was right. <3
ID: f92f3 No.12463
Sexy AND cute!!
Also, don't know why, but women with painted toe & finger nails in porn are a plus for me.
ID: e6091 No.12475
Maybe it's me, but his head seems to have shifted pretty far from his spine there…
ID: 74dff No.12500
>Arm placements mismatched>Tail placement mismatched>Belly fat mismatched>Using a variant picture to justify a picture from years ago
As much of a match as a grey toddler key toy in an actual house keyhole…
ID: e6091 No.12501
You could've posted the actual pic instead of, y'know, being a dick about it… I'm human, I make mistakes, go figure.
ID: e6091 No.12502
That said, anyone else wanna hazard a guess?
ID: 74dff No.12503
>Implying I claimed to have had the picture AT ALL
Where in any of my post were the words "I actually have it" gleaming like a diamond?
Also, pointing out clear irregularities = you're being such a meanie? God, I hope you're not going for a law degree…
ID: 06a48 No.12504
I don't think I have this one saved. Thank you.
ID: 1fe9b No.12546
Yeah, it's kind of like the Kobold Princess from Tower Girls. Her fetish is anal, but the majority of porn of her doesn't involve anal, or has the crystal buttplug in there.
ID: 4281c No.12547
Asses are great. Assholes are kind of gross. Even if they're as clean as an anus can get, anal comes off as very dirty compared to vaginal.
ID: 1fe9b No.12551
Eh. People say that a lot, but never consider the horrors of oral sex in terms of infection. You just can't win with sexual hygiene, which is why people don't bother with it at all in fictional porn unless it's a fetish or a plot point.
ID: 4281c No.12552
All the holes a body has that you can stick your dick in are pretty gross when you think about it. Even vaginas can be really gross but when it comes to porn people will just stick with their favorite holes.
Can't really fault vaginal for being so common even for booty girls when biology and instincts demands you put your dick in the va-jayjay..
ID: 019ef No.12574
Wow, five years. Maybe something will actually happen by year 10?
ID: 4caaf No.12584
They have been looking for Proto for five years now. Yikes
ID: 2de97 No.12592
Yeah, I have to admit, I'm starting to feel a bit burned out on this comic. It's been five years, barely anything has happened, hardly any time has passed in-universe, there are characters who are supposed to be part of the main cast who we haven't seen in several years, and they even had to rush a relationship into existence because they came to realize that if they waited as long as they wanted to then we'd be seeing it happen in maybe another 20 years if we were lucky.
ID: 06a48 No.12593
The problem is the huge cast and number of ongoing plot threads. Not only that but the plot manages to make even more diversions and introduce even more plot threads. And how often does this comic update?
ID: bee5f No.12597
That's basically every webcomic in existence.
ID: bee5f No.12599
To be fair, Skidd is having to try to update two comics and is always bogged down with commissions.
ID: 8ab59 No.12601
I hate to say it, but it might have something to do with the fact that they have two kids to take care of.
There's just really no time to make a comic when you got kids to raise.
ID: 06a48 No.12603
A bad habit is a bad habit. But at least things have stuck with the main characters for a while so there's that. If the comic is a hobby than an erratic schedule and unfocused plot isn't that bad considering the priorities of the people making it. But if they want anything more than that then they'll have to fix the glaring problems.>>12600
Mangaka are notorious for not planning their comics, which is why so many have rushed or unresolved endings. A lot of the longer running manga go through their main plot and then spend several years not doing much else and going in circles.
ID: bee5f No.12604
Magnaka generally have little life outside of pumping out comics like a machine. It absolutely destroys them mentally and burn-out and creative bankruptcy is real. Just look at stuff like Bleach.
Japanese people will work themselves to the bone - which is why passing out from exhaustion at work is a sign of a 'good worker'. Many do not have romantic or social lives and the rate of Japanese people raising families in their dying country is scarce.
Yes, they may be able to adhere to strict schedules but at great risks to physical and mental health. Yes, they may take vacations but it's rare. There is such a thing as too much work too.
Even if Skidd isn't pumping out work like a machine, they managed to upload 5 things last month - all comics. >>12603
Maybe so, but at least it's not like some other webcomics that have large gaps of updates. Megatokyo has not updated since May 2018, Ava's Demon frequently goes on 6 month hiatuses. Even popular comics like Tamberlane have 2 month breaks here and there.
If you are talking Katbox nobody updates more then Sage, but the updates are more or less the same as Las Lindas,Rascals and others. Eye of Ramalach updates slower then UberQuest usually.
ID: c2815 No.12605
>>12600>And the sad thing is, if western webcomic artists carefully PLANNED their stories like the japanese do… And if they drew more pages instead of doing smut smut smut, perhaps we'd see more finished webcomics, and good ones at that.
There are a lot of Manga authors who just wing it and change any plans they might have had either of their own reasons or due to editorial. Not to mention working as much as they do comes with a bunch of physical and mental health issues.
For a lot of western artists a webcomic is just a hobby instead of an actual job like a Manga Author's work is. Even if you're consistent theres no guarantee that your webcomic will make enough to support you.
Artists do smut commissions in this case because as far as furries go that stuff sells easily.
the problem with Uberquest isnt that Skidd and phuufy dont want to do it and get to all these plot points. The problem is that their financial issues are to the point where skidd has to do back to back commissions in order to live. This is especially hard with a family involved
ID: 06a48 No.12606
When it comes to making webcomics, it's best not to take chances in losing viewers. It may work for webcomics that have been around for 20 years or comics that have great art and a rabid fanbase that are patient with a hiatus. But if you're trying to remain relevant and keeping an active pace then it's better to have a schedule and a plan. It'd least help this comic.
ID: 8ab59 No.12609
Hey, does anybody remember the last Kickstarter they did?
You know, the one for Vol. 2 that still hasn't came out.
Even though it's been about 2 years.
I sure do. :I
ID: 02e2b No.12627
Vol 2 did not come out? I thought it had
ID: 3326f No.12628
Never got an email for it, so no idea.
ID: e4d46 No.12629
tl;dr of their whole ordeal since the Kickstarter's completion:
Merch concept art
Merch & Toys sent out.
Happy Tax day 2019! This time we'll send them out REAL soon!
All with an eroding "ETA August 2017" hanging over the whole shindig.