Fanart for my web cartoon Toilet Genie! 8D
DOOR: The Toilet GenieDOOR: The Toilet Genie, by Blix-it, review by erosartsDOOR: The Toilet Genie by erosarts
Blix-it says she wants to contribute to the world's awesomeness. Blix-it believes the best way to do this is by writing a web-comic.
And she might be right.
I spend a lot of time poring over web-comic pages, searching for fresh images and ideas. And normally, I don't look twice at digital productions (I just like the feel of traditional drawings better, folks), but there's a nicely written synopsis of this story in the Comicslist directory and the link takes you to a page full of lovely thumbnail images, and I decided I should give it a try. And I'm glad I did.
First off, let me tell you: I'm a story guy. I like to see a story developing, and in comic format, I like to see it develop quickly, so I have many misgivings about the set-up for this premise. It's eight pages, during which time our only real character is a dog, and the first line of dialog spoken filled me with dread,
Snow leopard necklaces!!! c: On my etsy!
This little snow leopard pendant is a very happy necklace! c: I was prompted to want to design a snow leopard charm after reading the webcomic Amya, which portrays the adventures of a mute girl who has a leopard companion named Rain. <3 Rain is a good mischievous friend. The comic can be read for free online at amyachronicles.com!