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Comics - page 973 - careful deliberate procedure - November 3rd, 2017, 10:03 am

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"The pacing of this comic has suddenly increased dramatically!  We weren't prepared for things to actually be happening!"
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Blitzkrieg1701, November 3rd, 2017, 10:16 am

I don't feel anywhere near as bad as I usually do when I have to resort to a late, half-finished pages... mostly because I'm too busy just feeling bad in general. I dunno what happened, but my stomach started feeling GROSS Thursday afternoon, and just got worse later into the night. Even though I had the whole page inked and scanned well before midnight, I just couldn't physically keep working on it, and I haven't exactly made stunning progress since I finally rolled out of bed. And seeing as how actually finishing this will require MASSIVE time consuming piles of color and lighting effects in that bottom panel, I figured I'd better go ahead and post SOMETHING tide people over during the wait (especially if that wait is prolonged by any more unexpected trips to bed or the bathroom)

Well, at least there's a new Voting Incentive already that's back to the Vashti series (and speaking of Incentives, don't forget that the Bonus Incentive Voting Thing actually has new stuff again)

EDIT: WOW It's a good thing I went ahead and posted the rough draft when I did, huh? I mean, I feared it'd take a while, but even I didn't think it'd be THAT slow going. Well, at least there's some cool red glowies now. We haven't had enough red in the comic lately. Lots of blue and purple and green, but not enough red.

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Ed8, November 7th, 2017, 6:46 pm

Safety is no fun at all
I suppose they *could* have just tied the activation automatically into the ship's proximity alarm, if they wanted to be "safe", but where's the fun in that? All that Mad Science and Sabotage is hardly even worth doing if you don't end up with a Big Red Button (or three) to push!

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