See, this is why I've been saving your gallery for a special treat for myself. Do I know who these people are? Not even. Do I care? Suddenly yes!
Grit and bandages and blood and scars and violence and -- oooh. You know, you have this marvelous gift of both imbuing even incredibly *specific* characters with your own style, so that I often feel as though there's this entire universe *right over there* with your stamp on it.
And I freakin' love being able to visit.
I'll tell you something -- you talk about my feedback being good a fair amount, but when I think of your work? I dream of the day when I'm rich and famous enough to get your art on one of my books. I want the first thing people see when they pick up an (incredibly filthy and soapy, but there you go) novel by me to be *your* art, lady. So -- just so you know.
I'm so glad you view my very heavy personal aesthetic stamp as a positive rather than a pitfall!
Also, here's a secret; that Robins drawing is one of my earliest comic book sketches, and it's still one of my own favorites as well. And I don't know if you ever saw this, but I thought you might appreciate this elaborated upon, standalone Dickiebird: [link]