Today’s Art (22nd January 2018)

Woo hoo! I am very proud to present the third comic in “Damania Reflection”, a new webcomic mini series featuring the characters who have appeared in most of my other webcomics. Although this mini series will consist of self-contained comics, I’m kind of thinking of making a more introspection-themed mini series this time. You can catch up on previous comics from this mini series here: Comic One, Comic Two

Surprisingly, although it’s the thid comic in this mini series, this was actually the first one of this set of comics that I planned (a couple of days before I started planning the rest of the mini series). Although my original plan was a lot less art-intensive, I’m feeling more creative than usual with this mini series. So, I decided to set the comic in the same nightclub that has appeared in this comic, this comic and this comic (and is loosely based on a pub called “The Angel” in Aberystywth).

And, yes, punk music (especailly 1990s American punk music) is a lot more depressing than it might seem. Listen to “Soul Mate” By No Use For A Name – at first, it seems like an upbeat punk song but if you actually listen carefully to the lyrics, it’s ridiculously depressing. Now compare this to a metal song like “Ever Dream” by Nightwish, “Leather Rebel” by Judas Priest or “Heaven Can Wait” By Iron Maiden. The emotional tone is completely different! Seriously, metal is a much happier and more uplifting genre than it might look at first glance 🙂

As usual, this comic update is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

[CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE] “Damania Reflection – Music” By C. A. Brown

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