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Fat Ass by Light-Schizophrenia Fat Ass by Light-Schizophrenia
Well I had to do a one page comic for some class at college.
Inspiration came during the class from an irritating fat classmate. The disclaimer is ironic.

Ņeeeee is an irritating exclamation she does pretty much after every sentences she speaks. I'm sure as to what english expression to compare it.

The Fat Ass character design is inspired by the 2005's Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy movie depiction of the vogons and by Patrick Star.
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Daily Deviation

Given 2012-10-12
Fat Ass by ~Light-Schizophrenia is a wonderfully drawn comic with fresh colors and unique drawing style. ( Featured by jcroxas )
Spasticpug Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Love the drawings
KENNYPIXOR Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
english expression? im guessing derp
Yakity Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2013
Hitler would love you!
Ginger-Bunneh Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
.....i wonder if those space penguins(?) could visit my school....
HGWizard Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Hahaha, I dig it!
Christ-Catnap Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Praise the Lord Jesus Christ!

I read it all, until it would show nothing but an
impossible to negotiate text page. By the time
I reached that point I had no desire to read anymore,
nor was I impressed upon by any single or cumulative
point raised by either faction. These Thirty perhaps Forty
-some pages of struggle, apologetics, bitterness, and
soul seeking, having left me quite numb.

What I am impressed with is how the Artist refrained
from saying much at all. And like the rest of the Artists
and their thousands of images of greater or lesser moral
value here on Deviant, most of which I have seen, may
the Lord bless you and your efforts to find clarity and
communicate effectively through Art.

Throw a rock in the air, you'll hit someone guilty (U2).
I pray you both (the Artist and "Rounded") have come to
terms of forgiveness as with the rest of those who hold a
grudge over this and the thousands of other possibilities
here on DA, for all is vanity.

Nevertheless, I would like to have heard R.Crumb's thoughts
on this image.


Tiromani Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
...ohgod. e.o
Phantanos Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012
Before Fat Ass could do further damage to the universe.. 3..2..1.. Space Penguins reduced her into a smoldering pile of ashes! Then there was much rejoicing.. Yeah!!!
EasyLikeSunday Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012
Ignoring the DD thing, since it's not the artist's fault they were nominated:

I think back to a staple I learnt in school: If you have to explain a piece, it's not very successful. Judging the picture just from first glance it just looks like a heavy girl sat down next to the guy, for some reason there's something mentally wrong with her so she can only make annoying sounds. I would have assumed this is in relation with her weight, since the artist is drawing specific attention to this with the title 'Fat Ass'. She's so annoying that space penguins come down and kill her, and the guy is happy. Based off that alone, is anyone surprised people would see this as offensive?

Every artist has to take into consideration that whenever their work is seen it won't necessarily have their artist comments attached. With that in mind, is the message getting across in the way the artist intended? There's nothing wrong with being annoyed with a classmate, lord knows I've had some grating ones. But drawing an entire comic about how much I hate them with the punchline being their death? It's a little excessive and kind of weird. If I had to choose, I would rather sit next to an obese mess that an only say "Ne" than someone who'll draw a comic of me dying if I piss them off.
Worldofli3s Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2012
Some where along the the line, being unhealthy became a civil rights issue.
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