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That’s Christopher Hart teaching us how to draw men.  Seems like a lot of variety.  He even includes non-muscular thin men and fat men.  Looks good.  I’m glad that we have an artist who gets that there’s a variety of characters you might have to draw and that different body shapes adds to the differentiation of characters!  How refreshi-

Um… So we have one thin athletic large breasted woman… one thin slightly smaller breasted woman, and a whole bunch of thin large breasted women… and apparently pants are banned in the Hart-verse.
My brain boggles at how he could create those 2 pages and not have his head explode from the double standard.
Edit: I forgot to comment on the captions (I was tired when I was writing this up)  Even though men are allowed in the Hart-verse to be fat, apparently they can either be jolly or villains, but not heroes.  And with the women he outright admits that we exist only for sex appeal. -_-

That’s Christopher Hart teaching us how to draw men.  Seems like a lot of variety.  He even includes non-muscular thin men and fat men.  Looks good.  I’m glad that we have an artist who gets that there’s a variety of characters you might have to draw and that different body shapes adds to the differentiation of characters!  How refreshi-

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Um… So we have one thin athletic large breasted woman… one thin slightly smaller breasted woman, and a whole bunch of thin large breasted women… and apparently pants are banned in the Hart-verse.

My brain boggles at how he could create those 2 pages and not have his head explode from the double standard.

Edit: I forgot to comment on the captions (I was tired when I was writing this up)  Even though men are allowed in the Hart-verse to be fat, apparently they can either be jolly or villains, but not heroes.  And with the women he outright admits that we exist only for sex appeal. -_-

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