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Comics - page 902 - The Next Day... - February 21st, 2017, 9:10 am

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Layla would never have trusted Tabitha with that kind of information
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Blitzkrieg1701, February 21st, 2017, 9:24 am

The only things that "actually happened" here are words Trigger heard from beyond a locked door. Any further details regarding what's going on beyond that door exists solely within your imagination and is in no way Far Out There canon. Pervert. :P

But seriously though, it looks like Layla's concerns over that last costume (or, more accurately, the lack thereof) were justified. I guess it's a good thing she refused to let Tabitha do the hair, huh?

So, this is one of those pages that took a lot more editing than I expected. I mean, it's just Trigger in a hall! How hard could that be? Well, when you factor in the odd perspective of that door, and repeatedly having to resize that door to keep Trigger looking the right height, it turns out there's a LOT of editing required. Oh, and speaking of the door, it felt REALLY weird to go back and do that psychedelic lettering again. Remember when I was trying to squeeze that into every possible corner of this comic?

Oh, and speaking of revisiting things, there's a new Voting Incentive that returns to that "Far Out There in Video Games for some reason" them that was building a little while back!

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Seros Senric (Guest), February 21st, 2017, 3:45 pm

Trigger is now wondering why they didn't go to the bathroom to get clean.


Looks at comment attached to the incentive. Looks back at Megabridget. Looks at Megaman games. Looks back at Megabridget. Looks at recent Megaman clones. Looks at personal attempts at drawing sprites. Looks back at comment attached to incentive.
Yeah... I'm not doing that.

Blitzkrieg1701, February 21st, 2017, 5:15 pm

Yeeeeaaaaah, I was afraid that would cause some confusion. The idea was supposed to be that they WERE in the bathroom, and Layla ran out to tell Trigger not to come in. The "splash" sound effects were supposed to signify trailing of water all over the place in the process... except that's not really the sound that would make, is it? That'd be more of a... I don't even know what single word "soggy and drippy slap of wet bare feet on a solid surface" could be condensed down to. I guess that's why I just used "splash", even though that conjures up images of a large body of water in Layla's bedroom... for no good reason. Like, maybe a big, old-fashioned wash basin or something, but why would- never mind. It was just a confusing choice of sound effects.

Also, I couldn't even bring myself to do an simple MegaBridget sprite edit, so I can hardly blame you.

Ed8, February 23rd, 2017, 8:45 pm

Since Layla got angry when Tabitha kissed him, Trigger is wondering if he is supposed to be upset about whatever is happening on the other side of that door! :o

Of course, Layla has to warn him not to come in despite her having locked the door, because Sabotage Master Trigger would be slowed down for all of about 2 seconds by a locked door.

In the hypothetical Trigger Harem Anime, the door opens on its own right now despite being locked, and despite Trigger not having sabotaged it. Because comedy!

@Blitz: A giant old-timey wash barrel is exactly what I imagined they were using, even before you said it. Comic representations of the future have convinced me that most future tech will look suspiciously exactly like 1800s-early 1900's tech, except with some dials and lights on it.

@Seros: incentive: What, you don't want a challenge? ;)

Next week's announced vote incentive: WHAT ACTUALLY IS HAPPENING ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THAT DOOR. (which turns out to be something completely innocent, but FOT temporarily reaches the TWC top-100 from people checking to see)

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