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I Met Someone

April 22, 2014

Hello! Halfway through the first panel I switched to Clip Studio Paint (basically the new version of Manga Studio) to try it out. It has some interesting functionality from the little I’ve seen, but I think I’ll stick with Photoshop for now – I’m just too used to my workflow.

The video timelapse will be very revealing of my struggles to learn new things. (Psst – I’m granting timelapse access to those who become a (or upgrade to) $3+ Patron supporter before my next comic!)


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Show Comments (27)

  1. Coach says:

    This is why I try to have nothing anyone wants. That way only people who truly want to be there are my friends.

    I’m lucky to have been able to make such long lasting friendships, because new ones are rare.

  2. Lucas says:

    Very well done webcomics here!! Congratulations!! Keep it up the great work!! 🙂

  3. Alex says:

    I thought the deal was one comic per week. It’s been almost a month. Not trying to pressure though, just general wonderment 🙂

    1. Gregor says:

      Hi Alex, there is no deal. I’m currently on a wheneverly schedule (especially while we’re in overtime mode at my day-job). If you’re meaning in regards to Patreon, people only pay once I submit a comic anyway so there’s no worry there.

  4. Raleigh says:

    So benches are like that now?

  5. Falos says:

    okay.jpg 🙁

  6. Zurokon says:

    Lol love your comics Greg! Read them all and check in almost every week/day! Love just going to a random comic. They all me laugh so hard. Some almost made me throw up! You have real talent! This comic could be a starter for another comic, but however so, keep it going!

    Best of luck!

  7. ExplosiveBubbles says:

    it would have been great if there were sketches of this comic on the note pad he was holding. TIME PARADOX!

  8. Eric says:

    Gregor, thank you for your brilliance. I have never related so well to a comic strip before. I have been going through some hard and depressing times recently, and your comics have managed to make me smile and even laugh hysterically (the hula-hoop-a-thon got me the best), some even struck me right in the feels because i know how your characters feel all too well. Only today did i see your comics for the first time, i have now had the pleasure to enjoy every comic you have allowed the public to see. Your talent is amazing and ill let you know now that you have yet another fan of your work. Again, thank you for your brilliance, i cant wait to see what the future holds for your comics.

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  10. ExplosiveBubbles says:

    I love the drawings… The expressions are so great

  11. Gerzee, the artist who never draws says:

    Within every comic, the way you draw yourself tends to get cheesier and cheesier. xD I really like it, Greg.

  12. andy12 says:

    Dude……That‘s low……

  13. Tuckster says:

    She just wanted the P

  14. Wolf says:

    I´m kind of missing some kind of joke or catchphrase in this one. Would be okay if it was the first part of a longer story though. 😀 That would be very convenient, as i found that girl to be the first instantly-sympathic female character in a while now – she’s very honest and very polite. I like that.

    1. Jeff says:

      The overlapping speech bubble in the last panel indicates she interrupted him. It’s funny because he tried to make the meeting more than it really was.

      1. Wolf says:

        Thanks for explanation, but i got that before. 😀 It’s not like i want to aggrieve anyone, but i didn’t think it was funny at all – since that’s just how it might happen in reality from time to time. That’s why i said it would work for me as the beginning of a bigger story – and that redhaired one would be a wasted character if she didn’t reappear.

        1. Richard says:

          That’s kinda why it’s funny. I really don’t think you need to explain why you didn’t find it funny here, anymore than we need to explain why it is any further.

          1. Wolf says:

            It’s not like i just had the mere intention to say “that was not funny” but i wanted to give some constructive criticism. I really don’t hope (and i dont think) an artist like mr. Czaykowski is all that sensitive when it comes to criticism on his work. I know any artist needs support, but only saying “oh, that was sooo perfect…again” doesn’t help that much at all.
            I really like Loading Artist and i’ve read all of them more than once. But i think i’ll still try and give some input even if i find one of the comics not all that jaw-dropping. 😉

  15. Dragon says:

    Awww! Gregor’s got his very own Little Red-Haired Girl! 🙂

    1. ExplosiveBubbles says:

      Lol ^o^

  16. Omega Lairon says:

    Nicely done. It’s pretty rare to find someone with an actual camera these days too… it’s all these darn kids and their fancy phones with cameras and the faces books and *ramble ramble*.

  17. JT says:

    Your characters got thinner! Still the fun style, so I’m cool with it.

  18. Miluk says:

    Oh yeah! Nice new style of drawing.

  19. Mercer says:

    actually, she’s kind of hot… isn’t it?

    1. Samuel L. Jackoff Son says:

      That hair…

  20. Mark says:

    All too familiar of a feeling.

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