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Postby Erin on Fri Feb 23, 2001 1:32 am

Why, I thank you greatly for the comment. And yes, you could have used Comicollage mail, but more people READ it this way. *inno*. It really was fun to do. Especially the little details like adding a reflection of MC in my kitchen table, most noticable in panel one. But I sooo wish we had chair backs that were less.. annoying. Oh well, I managed. <IMG SRC=""><P>I sucked him up in the real world because, hey, I figured that turnabout was fair play. <IMG SRC=""> He did it to ME once, so, hey, why not. At least I didn't tie him up. <IMG SRC=""><P>Okay. Back to random wandering around. Oh, and did anyone notice what shirt I'm wearing in the comic? <IMG SRC=""><P>Erin<P>------------------
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Postby SuperJoe on Fri Feb 23, 2001 12:06 pm

I really could have done this by useing the Comicollage mail, but... I didn't. Anyway, I wanted to say.. "Nice strip." Really. I mean, you interacting with your own character. One cartoony, one real. I should rip off that, which is really ripped off from Roger Rabbit, but they ripped it off from.... Well, let's not get into that. Let's say you were the one who really started it and they just took your idea and went back in time. Yeah.<P>------------------
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