quoting_mungo wrote:You will see... Eventually. When the story gets to a point which explains things.
Around my birthday or so, roughly.
quoting_mungo wrote:I like the pace it's going in, for the most part, right now. More opportunity to draw Colone making funny faces, and all that. I love that horse (Colone: NOT A HORSE!)... Or... Whatever.
I now grieve the lack of <I>Dinosaurs</I> on TV. I loved that show so much. Love, love, love.
Colone would like you to know he's a pegasus, thankyouverymuch. Though he will accept being called a stud or "that gorgeous equine", as well.
quoting_mungo wrote:Colone says he'll accept any flattering alternatives, to spare the poor dead people. He's being a jerk, of course, as usual.
They've started releasing a bunch of old TV shows on DVD, so maybe Dinosaurs is coming... One never knows.
The hazards of not using conventional panels. But they're a pain to draw, so, yeah. There. I love the llama and the pig far too much.
quoting_mungo wrote:They are not merely plot devices, however!
Say, without the llama, how would Sah' transport his belongings? (Considering his horse is a major fretter and would as likely as not throw the darn saddlebags.)
Continuing a mungo a'quoting wrote:No simple, feasible, pretty way to divide the two, at least. I need pretty. I rather like the way things look with no real panel borders. Though for the sake of readability, I may at some point start coloring in backgrounds different colors for each "panel" or something.
quoting_mungo wrote:... You mean the Grivjon army crossing territory borders into Tragash can EVER be constructed as a good thing?
I missed that memo. And so must the good people of White Sow have done.
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