My artwork is slowly but steadily getting nearer the quality I'd like it to be at. I really have to thank a very well-written (in my opinion) and well-illustrated how-to book by Stan Lee and John Buscema for a lot of that. Instead of working purely from scratch I'm getting help with proportion, and basic drawing skills that I somehow missed along the way. Objects I'm decent at really, but people have always been very hard for me, and I feel like I"m finally getting a handle on one aspect of drawing them. That is, the comic aspect. It will take me a long while before I settle down to a consistent style so bear with me while I wander through the realms of drawing a comic.
As always thank you for reading.
Oh and by the way - it is indeed possible to kill a pire. *insert evil laugh here*