One of the reasons why I postponed starting “Crass” was that I had no idea what I was doing.
I didn’t know where I was going with the story, I didn’t even know my characters in the basic way every creator should.
And as I ACTUALLY started working on the story, I realized that I might be a good artist, but I wasn’t used to putting my drawings for dynamic storytelling. The comic looked like a bizarre collection of individual illustrations.
So, I started over, interacted with other creators and learned at my own pace how to bring “Crass” into the world and do it justice.
A lot changed – the characters, the style, even the genre of the story – from series of fun episodic gags to a darker, more serious story about friendship and family of choice.
I hope you stick for the ride. It’s a bumpy one, but hey, the best ones usually are.
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This is the Trial Cover for "Crass" that I'll probably change later on. This is also my first ever attempt at doing comics, so please be patient with me :)
Life is tough. Especially so when you have no sense of tact.
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Wanda and Eli are unlikely friends in a world where monsters and humans reside together. Their dream to become part of the elite Academy Agents, proves even more difficult as their sense of tact and serious *cough* disposition keep getting in the way.