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My Little Websurfers - Part 3 by ParallaxMLP My Little Websurfers - Part 3 by ParallaxMLP
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Screw it, this is ready enough to post (maybe). Usual probably-stuffed-with-errors disclaimer applies :D

Wow, those last frames kicked me in the jiggly bits, took longer than I was expecting. Looks ok to me though (at last) :D

I hope, for part 4, I can finally start dragging some actual plot (...storyline, guys) into the mix. Crank things up a notch. We'll see.

They are taking a while, each of these comics. It's partially due to time (lack of) and partially due to my apparent inability to focus when time is available. Damnit, brain. What are you for? On to the next one.

Anyway, as before, big thanks to :iconnoreasontohope:, :iconhe4rtofcourage:, and :iconmcsadat: for their designs of Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer respectively!

Visitors can check them out by clicking the thumbnails below:

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nuke1007 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
firefox and chrome always where the fastest at getting from webpage to webpage. I know this from experience
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South-Fur Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Student Digital Artist
This is the page that REALLY got me into your stuff man.OwO The moment I saw those glowing rings in Ivy's eyes I was like "...what?"

Then I saw Pepsi's light trails and was like "...WHAT?!"

Then Saffire and Kindle's scene made me go "What?! WHAT?!"

And finally, the last scenes of them descending into the webpage turned me into Rainbow Dash going :iconrainbowgaspplz: "Ohmygosh, Ohmygosh, Ohmygosh, Ohmygosh, OhmyGOSH!"

Congratulations ParallaxMLP, you now have my undivided attention.
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ParallaxMLP Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014
Thanks very much for the feedback! :D I wish I could put stuff up more regularly. I hear scientists can pull images and video straight from the human brain now. Just need a perfected version of that in a commercial application and I can finally make comics as quick as everyone else seems to! :D
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South-Fur Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Student Digital Artist
OOOOOOOOOH I WISH.XD

If it makes you feel better, I too struggle REALLY hard to crank out artworks.^^; I'm actually working on one that's been in the workshop for MONTHS now. I HATE it when I do that.:rage: So don't feel bad, you're in good company when it comes to working at a snail's pace.

...Or as Chromia says: "Snails McYesterday!"XD
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ParallaxMLP Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014
Haha! Well nice to know I'm not alone (although sorry you're feeling that frustration too) - I have nobody to blame but myself. I like doing the artwork, I just let myself get distracted too easily, and then I feel disappointed I didn't get any done (because I like doing it). Sigh.
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South-Fur Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I feel ya bro, I really do.:nod: The problem with me and my work is that at one stage of the project is a VERY taxing and time consuming method of drawing outlines.-_-; If it weren't for that, I'd be cranking out artworks in record time. But with having to draw ALL the lines with the paths tool in order to get the right curves, I end up taking a LOT of time and effort into it all. And that makes me not want to draw it any more...which leads to procrastinating... which then leads to distractions...

:no: *sigh* I REALLY need to get my act together... Maybe the Adobe sisterhooves can help with that.:fingerscrossed: here's hoping.
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ParallaxMLP Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014
Definitely an effort/reward dynamic going on, isn't there! I don't like the early stages of laying down the characters (similar to outlines, except they're filled in with basic colour) or the background. It only gets satisfying when the image is starting to come together with all the shading and stuff :D

Adobe stuff is on my list.. somewhere, amongst the millions of other things, haha...
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South-Fur Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Student Digital Artist
In that case, let me give you a some suggestions for if ever you get around to them.:) I view the adobe products as like the apple family, because there are SO MANY of them.XD But since Flash(and probably a few others) was not originally made by Adobe, I'd consider her an adopted family member, but they would still love her all the same.^^

Speaking of your list, do you happen to have Avast Antivirus and/or Add Block Plus on there? Reading your webcomic got me so inspired to create two characters of my own to add to your cast. Since the cast so far is full of girls, I figured one or two boys would add a little spice.

Captain Ahab(Avast): (Still figuring out his name...) A charismatic, boisterous, web sailor. He works as a virus hunter, sailing the internet in his ship to hunt down big bad bugs. The biggest and baddest that he encounters he keeps in his "treasure chest" as trophies. He's a very skilled swordsmane, and loves getting attention for his work...especially from the ladies.

Adam (Add Block Plus): A soft spoken, but very dependable young stallion. He took up his father's job as a pop-up blocker and earns his keep by keeping webpages clean of adds and pop-up windows. He's not much of a fighter, but his defensive skills in erecting barriers for protection is unmatched by any other pony online.

both these guys have their eyes set on one mare in particular; Pepsi. However, no matter how hard Adam tries to impress Pepsi with his blocker skills, he either manages to goof-up for being so shy, or ends up getting over shadowed by the Captain's theatrical swordplay and virus wrangling.
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ParallaxMLP Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014
Blimey, you put a lot of thought into that!! Nice! Some interesting ideas :)

From memory, I think Avast is on the list, yeah. Adblock... it's been asked, I think, but I'm not sure I wanted to implement an Ad-blocking character (this is due to the way I want browser extensions to work in the story). 

Of course, none of it bloody matters if I can't get the comics done, haha. MORE DRAWING. I downloaded this time management thing which shames me into not wasting my evenings. So far so good :D
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lightning143 Featured By Owner May 27, 2014  Student
that is amazing! ivy is cute :)
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