One Day Catfight / El Catador vs. Eri

One Day Catfight / El Catador vs. Eri

One Day Catfight — El Catador vs. Eri

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Think Tank
# 10   Posted: Dec 6 2020, 08:48 PM
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I like that Catador lounges around in his underthings while watching his opponent's highlight reels.  Dude likes to be comfy in his home.
Your characters are drawn pretty solidly to a point where your backgrounds feel more like an afterthought.  To help with this, I would suggest sketching the background first and placing your characters within the space second.
I would also recommend practicing drawing movement with the quick actions of a punch, a jab, a kick, etc.  The advice I've been given with things like this is to draw the movement of the object and not just the object moving.  I know that sounds like gibberish, and I can probably show you examples more effectively than just saying that, but it's what I mean.

Anyway, solid work for a one day battle!

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I like the expressions you captured with your cast, and the fullbody shot of Catador on your first page was muy guapo.

Global Moderator
# 9   Posted: Dec 6 2020, 04:55 PM
Arts: Your visual improvement is definitely starting to show itself, even in these heavily constrained 24 hour battles! I'm super impressed with the output, your ability to create a complete short-story that makes me reminisce of build-up to throwdown hoedowns in various fight animes. ESPECIALLY with the shadowboxing literally giving a visage of Eri, hell yeah dude. The most impressive portion of this comic in terms of visuals, I would certainly say are the expressions. That final page got me starin' at Catador's expressions, his attractiveness certainly shows in these pages. Keep up the great work!

I think the only thing I can mention in terms of critique, is that your anatomy could do with being a bit more flexible. It's definitely improved over time, and combining human anatomy with feline is nothing to huff at, so I'm impressed with every comic you make showing how you've adjusted to combining the two. Now that you have a solid grip, I would love to see you stretch those limbs dude! Make them action poses POP, show the weight of a punch and the tension/personality in a battle-ready pose!! Go absolutely ham!!
I would mention that the backgrounds could use more polish, but gawddammit that'd be ignorant of me considering you only had 24 hours and I'm already happy with what you're dishing out to us here— I can't wait to see what you can do in longer battles!

Croco: Ayyy, nice to see more from you dude! Your expression game is always a fun one to see, the first page had some very emotionally telling body language, from Catador's nonchalant-ness to Eri's tenseness and then confidence. We love to see it, absolutely! LOVING the German suplex on the second page, that's certainly a finisher I can never get enough of HAHA. The conversation at the end is short and on the casual side-- I would totally love to see more of Eri's life outside of cage fights, what she does and who she hangs out with! Does the MMA lifestyle clash with her personal life too much? Does she only fight other anthros? Got alotta questions, out of pure interest, and I hope to see you make more comics in the future!

# 8   Posted: Dec 6 2020, 12:51 PM
Cat fight cat fight! We're gonna have a cat fight! Awesome job on your 24 hours!!

# 7   Posted: Dec 5 2020, 02:43 PM
Arts: Damn, this is a really good output for 24 hours!! The sepia tones were a nice touch imo, v nice to look at. And you did some really nice actiony poses in here which worked out well. The pose of Catador on that last panel of page 1 is very nice too, gives a lot of personality hehe. My only thing is I think you could perhaps use a different type of bubble for internal dialogue--the lines radiating out from the bubble sometimes got lost against dark backgrounds, making it look just like a normal bubble, and when they're visible they give a more sharp/spiky feel to the words--less like internal dialogue and more like a sharp interjection. For internal dialogue I'd recommend using a softer speech bubble, maybe something a bit more wobbly?

Croco: There's obviously a decent amount that's still unfinished in this, but the bits that you were able to finish I think came out really nice and dynamic! You've clearly got an eye for action poses and it's put to good use in fight scenes. Also I really liked the little joke at the end, it made me giggle hehe

# 6   Posted: Dec 4 2020, 12:41 PM
You were very effective in establishing the mood, Catador is a very endearing character! It's super difficult to get something this polished in such a short amount of time, so I applaud your resilience. Good job!

All that was going through my mind is how EXPRESSIVE your style is! So much charm, I loved your choice of expressions, poses, and even the way you wrote the dialogue. Mad props!

# 5   Posted: Dec 2 2020, 12:49 AM
Very nice from both of you, but not enough sexual tension.

Think Tank
# 4   Posted: Dec 1 2020, 05:14 PM
I commend both of you for tackling a 24 hour comic, and using your cats to create a loose theme was a nice touch.

# 3   Posted: Dec 1 2020, 07:20 AM
Fun fights!

Arts - Good job for completing this within the time limit! Loved the pose of Catador sitting on the sofa, also it was an interesting direction to focus on his preparation for the fight rather than the fight itself. You’ve shown us his showman side before, so it was cool to see the strategy going on underneath that.

This isn’t an issue specific to this comic, but the tails often seem stuck on, and I noticed in the sketches you showed me earlier that you draw the figures without tails and add them later (also apparent as Catador is missing his on the first page). Remember that the tail is just a continuation of the spine, and the spine isn’t going to bend at such an extreme angle. Keep the tail in mind when drawing the line of action so it continues from the centre of the body, rather than drawing a human figure and adding the tail later. It will look more natural that way.

Croco - Ahhh I love your style and how dynamic the movement is here! Especially that suplex!

# 2   Posted: Nov 30 2020, 01:58 PM
Arts: I am thankful for Catador being in his undies. Bless.

Croco: Love the supplex action. One of my favorite movements about wrestling.

Well done both of you, this was a fun little comic to read. :)

Pizza Man
# 1   Posted: Nov 30 2020, 08:38 AM
I did not expect a Moon Moon reference haha! Dang I'm jealous of the human figures you two pulled off I gotta get studying if I wanna rematch either of you!

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Drawing Time: 1 week
Ended: Dec 6th, 2020
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