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holyromanempress said: why do these people have this weird hateboner against you, specifically. like. what the fuck.

Eh, they cycle targets.

cake-and-monsters said: What cowardly asshats these anons are.

I know who they are in a general sense.

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Anonymous said: how much to commission you to kill yourself

hehe little does this scrub know i am going to die anyway

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Anonymous said: what's your favorite comic?

I once owned a really sweet all-ages doujinshi with a completely unique smell (which sounds insane, but it was really distinct). It used to make my head race. I only looked at it like three or four times in my life because I was worried if I did it too often it would lose its effect. Very strange experience. It got tossed during one of my parents’ arbitrary purges, which made me upset, but maybe less upset than it gradually losing its effect. Really depends on your approach to losing things, if you prefer it to be sudden or prolonged?

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devoto-webcomic:
Everyone, at long last, we’re here—the Kickstarter for a print edition of Volume 1. of Devoto: Music in Hell is now live!
Though a variety of goodies are available, the focus of this Kickstarter is the physical book. This is a magazine-sized book (8” by 10.5” / 20cm by 26.5cm) of at least two hundred (200) pages. The book is perfect-bound, meaning it has a smooth spine to which the interior pages are glued. This is how a conventional paperback is bound—no staples or wire. The book will be printed in full color.
Please pledge if you can, or if you can’t, please help spread the word. I won’t lie, it’ll be humiliating if this doesn’t pan out, so I’m begging you that if you can’t pledge yourself, please try to re-blog so that others might discover the comic and perhaps chip in.
Thank you always for your support. It is really exciting to see the last quarter-decade of work get a chance to be distributed in print. I never could have imagined we would make it this far, so I’m grateful to all of you. Thank you for helping with my Kickstarter!
—Anne


Also added the “PURE” tier, which is an art .pdf with no BL content. Perfect for anyone who is only reading this for the skulls and Soviet military hardware!

 

devoto-webcomic:

Everyone, at long last, we’re herethe Kickstarter for a print edition of Volume 1. of Devoto: Music in Hell is now live!

Though a variety of goodies are available, the focus of this Kickstarter is the physical book. This is a magazine-sized book (8” by 10.5” / 20cm by 26.5cm) of at least two hundred (200) pages. The book is perfect-bound, meaning it has a smooth spine to which the interior pages are glued. This is how a conventional paperback is bound—no staples or wire. The book will be printed in full color.

Please pledge if you can, or if you can’t, please help spread the word. I won’t lie, it’ll be humiliating if this doesn’t pan out, so I’m begging you that if you can’t pledge yourself, please try to re-blog so that others might discover the comic and perhaps chip in.

Thank you always for your support. It is really exciting to see the last quarter-decade of work get a chance to be distributed in print. I never could have imagined we would make it this far, so I’m grateful to all of you. Thank you for helping with my Kickstarter!

Anne

Also added the “PURE” tier, which is an art .pdf with no BL content. Perfect for anyone who is only reading this for the skulls and Soviet military hardware!

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Anonymous said: Which of your characters is most "your type?" If you had to marry one which one would it be?

Zima.

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lovesickrenegade said: Hi there, the last page made me remember something I've wanted to ask. How did Isam become Devoto's "boss"? I remember the scene from the prologue where Isam is evaluating Devoto's proficiency. Is Hell, therefore run something like a business, with the Sins "managing" the lower fallen? And what are they trying to achieve by making contracts with humans?

Sins got allotted a certain number of fallen angels/underlings in Hell just so they could keep track of them and make sure everyone was following the rules and doing their share. Satan is the one who actually decided who should report to whom as part of this process. Hell gives status reports to Heaven so they need a way to systematically collect data on how everyone is doing. 

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kit-bird replied to your post “Feel free to ask worldbuilding questions today, or personal ones. Or…”

Do you like peanut butter and banana sandwiches? Do you prefer chunky over smooth? Is there a snack you like to munch when doing something (reading/drawing/whatnot)? Do you wipe your hands on your clothes if there isn’t a towel in immediate range?

I don’t particularly like peanut butter, though I’ll eat it (and prefer chunky). Bananas are best plain!

My favorite snack is fresh fruit, ideally blueberries or watermelon. If my hands are just wet, yeah, I’ll wipe them on my pants (or sometimes my cat hohohohohoh).

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aoife-leah replied to your post: Feel free to ask worldbuilding questio…

The thing that drew me to Devoto more than anything was its beautiful and eerie art style. Is that style how you do your art overall? Or did you create it more for the topic/plot of the comic itself?

I try to work in a variety of styles (at least occasionally), but Devoto is, I’m afraid to say, dead-center comfort zone. It is exactly the kind of art I did as a teenager, and the culmination of every single bad habit encouraging people to make fun of me. Just for laughs, let’s look at a painting I did in highschool.

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I really miss that lack of self-awareness.

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Let me introduce you to the only part of a horse I truly despise: the vertebrae of the neck. Sometimes I put in the effort to draw them correctly, but if we’re being honest, usually I don’t. If nothing else, they’re so complex that they tend to be distracting relative to the skull.

Let me introduce you to the only part of a horse I truly despise: the vertebrae of the neck. Sometimes I put in the effort to draw them correctly, but if we’re being honest, usually I don’t. If nothing else, they’re so complex that they tend to be distracting relative to the skull.

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Please support the Kickstarter to receive Devoto in print!

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Please support the Kickstarter to receive Devoto in print!