beane-cat asked:

Do you have a set ending for sChIzO? Or is that too spoilery to ask of? XD

I have an idea yes but I don’t know if I’ll honestly ever reach it. I mean there are a number of ways I could end it, being a slice of life comic. But I’ve had numerous arcs and ideas that I never got to touch upon but I’m certain I’ll never cover them all so the ending I decided on might not be QUITE what I planned it to be. *shrug*

Also it’s only spoilery if I tell you what it is and how close it is XD

dannypageoflight
Seriously though.
Not saying we can do that but if we could get everyone to think like that then it would be great.
Now I’m not saying that a white guy calling a white guy worthless is racism by any means but the message is simple. It should never be a race thing or a gender thing or an ANYthing.
Just be a good person and be nice to each other. That is really all anyone should ever do.

Seriously though.

Not saying we can do that but if we could get everyone to think like that then it would be great.

Now I’m not saying that a white guy calling a white guy worthless is racism by any means but the message is simple. It should never be a race thing or a gender thing or an ANYthing.

Just be a good person and be nice to each other. That is really all anyone should ever do.

catcomixzstudios asked:

When did you first come up with the idea for sChIzO? How has the comic developed since it's inception?

Hahaaa sorry for late answer.

I was in study hall at school and I wanted to make a cat character like the ones in VG cats (at the time I didn’t really have any that I recall) and I was listening to music. The song I was listening to inspired Ruby and some of the basics of her character.

After that I just built characters around her and I continued to sketch them and doodle them and draw them everywhere I could until their personalities and relationships took form. I went through several ideas in my head as to what exactly I wanted to do with the comic itself and eventually settled on what you’ve been reading.

I’m trying to take a similar approach with my next webcomic (which HOPEFULLY I’ll start either late 2015 or early 2016)