>>93020809>I'm not calling it Tumblr until some anti-conservative bullshit shows up
Then you need to reevaluate that definition. We're talking aesthetics and the tendency to blindly imitate other online artists' conceits and cheats.
For example, the slit nostrils are something she copied off another artist. They aren't organic, they look awful on bulb noses, but someone else did it so she figured she should too.
Pros and cons so far:
-- A bit of an actual story by virtue of characters who do things they shouldn't FOR WHICH THERE ARE IN-WORLD CONSEQUENCES
-- A couple of mildly funny bits (the cat lady being Gainz Dude, the six-pack on his forehead and his doomed cat)
-- Layouts on par with someone who deserves to be paid for doing a R&M comic and poses are good too
-- Good expressions with a minimum of forced anime tropes
-- Pacing is not fantastic but page breaks happen where they're supposed to
-- Coloring is actually quite decent for someone doing their own colors
-- Everything moves too fast and these two characters act like they've known each other for years when it's been barely a few hours.
-- Derivative visual aesthetics cobbled together from different artists with incompatible styles
-- British setting but bland US dialects for everyone
-- More time/effort was put into visual design of characters than their personalities, idiolects or backstories (which is virtually nothing besides Becky acting on a booty crush before suddenly becoming too mature to stick with Kim)
If this book had an actual editor instead of a virtue signaling Oni pusbag, I'd have looked at the first 2 issues and told the creator "This is a good concept, now go back and work on making the characters more interesting individually and decide where this book is set and stick to that"