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Comics - Its a Far Out There Christmas again! - page 7 - December 19th, 2011, 11:00 pm

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Blitzkrieg1701, December 15th, 2011, 11:29 pm


Holy Snap, has it really been a year since we last saw Madam Ventricle and Kiki? Man, I was REALLY hoping I'd have chance to use them again before now. Yet more proof that I really gotta stop letting these plots sprawl out so long.

Speaking of characters we haven't seen in a long time, I do believe I spy Dr. Cruise Vanderslice in the back there. Actually, I'd intended to feature him up front with the returning ladies, but... well... I kinda got all caught up in the excitement of drawing the others again and kinda forgot about him.

Also, I'm still not sure I like the sparseness of the room where this mad science party seems to be going down. Aside from the fact that it was easier to draw that a lushly-decorated room, a sterile blue environment seemed very fitting for a bunch of mad scientists. Plus, the only Christmas party I've been to all year was in a barren library basement, which might have influenced my creative process a touch.

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Seros Senric (Guest), December 20th, 2011, 2:33 am


I'm glad you mentioned Dr Cruise because otherwise I doubt I'd have noticed him other than "blue guy with white hair" - he's a bit far back and blurred out a bit to make out much detail.

I do like how Tabitha's dad is posing on the table on the left (but I forget his name)
And I'd agree that Dr Jarre would have given everyone something Princess Rheiko related. And that everyone's reactions would probably have been "Why would I want this?"

Incentive: "Here's all these places you want to look at. But you can't because it's too dangerous. But don't worry, this is my room!"
I'm trying to figure out if the fact that a girl less than seven years of age once said pretty much exactly that to me makes it more or less amusing.
(That girl also enjoyed showing me photos and x-rays of her pacemaker and gave a lot of happy/excited description on how many times she nearly died. I wasn't used to that)


Hmm... This comment seems moderately long, so I may as well make it longer. (My logic is flawless.)
So, I'll mention that seeing Tabitha somehow reminded me of when she glomped Avatar, which among other things made me realise that in my Avatar fanfic I have her subjected to (among other things) crashing into a planet from orbit, having a boulder dropped on her, having another character push her head in between two massive gears, surviving a star going nova, etc, but nowhere has someone given her a hug. I should probably rectify that.


Blitzkrieg1701, December 20th, 2011, 3:39 am


Dang, the children in your life make the ones I dream up sound downright normal.

I'm sure Avatar would appreciate a hug or two. Also, that fanfic gets more and more awesome sounding every time I hear something new about it :D

But yeah, as I said, I totally forgot my original intention to include Dr. Vanderslice, otherwise I never would have dumped him in the blurry background like that.


Seros Senric (Guest), December 20th, 2011, 5:26 am


In all fairness, I only met that girl about three times in total, and it was a few years ago now. I was actually meant to be there to help set up a computer and network the first time, and the other times to fix said computer and network, but each time she had different ideas. Luckily I wasn't the only one there to do that stuff.

But yeah... I have friends that wonder why I tend to be nervous around children.
If they had seen what I have seen...


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