Early beginnings

Postby Bremusa on Mon Oct 23, 2000 1:50 am

*L* Little tiny sheep butt...*LOL*<P>THAT was funny. <P>------------------
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Postby Mel on Mon Oct 23, 2000 6:01 am

*LOL* Oh yeah! I didn't remember it until i clicked on it. *L* if i remember correctly i DID fall off my chair when i first read it. *L* it helps to know Jessie and Keebler, but... ;)
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Postby SpiritWolf on Mon Oct 23, 2000 9:43 am

We need more of those two. Though asking Angie to do a second strip would be insane with the effor she already puts into Dakota's Ridge. However, if she ever did a Sunday strip on the site then it could be a weekly Jessie and Keebler cameo, that would be cool. ;>
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Postby Arno on Mon Oct 23, 2000 9:52 am

Well, as most of you know, all of you I'd actually hope, Angie is the brain and hand behind Dakota's Ridge... However, even before Dakota's Ridge she made her first tentative steps in the field of comics. One I remember is on her other site, the one she never updates anymore now. But I have managed to unearth another more recent relic.<P>As <I>most</I> of you know, I've written a few stories, under the influence of motivation from first Mel, then Angie, and I am very gratefull to the both of them. This comic features two characters from these stories. One is Angie's character Jessie, an anthro-wolf (who'd have guessed, eh? ;) ). The other is my own, though Angie named it. It is Keebler, the speaking, flying sheep. In the stories, they are friends.<P>So click <A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/jessie_sr99/k_comic.jpg">here</A>, and enjoy. *l*<P>Oh, and Angie, sorry for emberassing you like this. ;)
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Postby Delphine on Mon Oct 23, 2000 10:00 am

*ROFL* Oh, that is too funny! <P>Angie> Why didn't we ever see that?<P>Arno> Thanks for sharing! <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif"><P>
I finally got to respond first to something! <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/biggrin.gif">
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Postby SpiritWolf on Mon Oct 23, 2000 10:04 am

We, without a doubt, have the coolest online comic author that there is to be found. At least from the one's I've seen (which I won't slight here as it may upset regulars of those comics and I don't want to cause Angie to lose popularity).<P>That cake was so groovy.<P>Anyways, if anyone had the problem I did about 50 megs complaining about linked files, just remove the second / from the URL after jessiesalley and it'll work fine. Schtoopid whinging hosts. ;>
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Postby SpiritWolf on Mon Oct 23, 2000 11:23 am

That IS good and I love Angie's portrayal of anthro's too! She deserves a plate of cookies for being such a great artist. Yes, thanks for sharing Arno.<P>Yeah Delph, it's like a SlashDot first post, isn't it? Only groovier. ;>
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Postby Dubble on Mon Oct 23, 2000 11:29 am

*also ROTFL* (I almost fell out of my chair IRL but anyway <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif">)<P>Thanks for sharing that Arno!! <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif">
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Postby Arno on Tue Oct 24, 2000 9:19 am

There, I thought you'd all enjoy that. It is always good to share. *Paints a pretty red heart on his belly and pretends to be a care bear* ^_^<P>*L* As for w spin-off comic, remember, Keebler is MINE! Ha! I'll expect royalties. *L* and recognition... And writer's credit.<P>The other comic I mentioned is the one she showed below, which I thought was quite funny too. And I NEVER saw the cake! No fair! ... Never got any either, come to think of it. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif">
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Postby SpiritWolf on Tue Oct 24, 2000 9:47 am

Care Bear? That's scary Arno, especially after <A HREF="http://www.graphxpress.com/wcotp.cgi?id=158" TARGET=_blank>this</A>.<P>{laughs} Stop picking on poor old Angie, poor in both meanings of the word if I'm to believe her front page. A spinoff Sunday comic would be great to see though.
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Postby Dubble on Tue Oct 24, 2000 11:53 am

Arno>*LOL at royalties etc*
Er carebear? Whyfor? *shrugs and draws a flower on her belly* <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif"><P>Angie>*L at first link* *applause applause* Taht's great Angie!<P>Cool! You do cakes? So does my mom sometimes for birthdays<P>Spiritwolf>Carebears are coot and cuddly <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/biggrin.gif">
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Postby Arno on Sun Oct 29, 2000 2:16 am

*Remembers to disable the silly smilies* ) :) :P :D<P>SpiritWolf> *lol* Awww... The poor care bear. You know, I never could figure out what they said when they all did this beam thing together... Care Bear's stare? I didn't <I>see</I> them staring... ;)<P>Now Angie can take care of herself. Please hang on as I offer her some kibbles and bits... *l* Yes, that's the kind of fun I usually make of her. See parrot Arno's first appearence. ;)<P>And I think Angie'd be too busy for a spin off comic. I'm truly impressed how she managed to keep this up already. :)<P>Dubble> Hi there, Flower Bear. *l* The flower image is already owned. Please pay up royalties. ;)
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Postby SpiritWolf on Mon Oct 30, 2000 6:05 am

Kibbles and bits? Hahahahahahahahahaha. I'm beginning to feel very sorry that I've missed the grand past of this comic and Angie. It seems very funny indeed. Perhaps like recent console RPGs though the history of our heroine will reveal itself in a bunch of slow loading yet highly detailed FMVs ... right before losing her mind and taking on the world and getting involved in a serious shogo mush. Well, we can only hope!<P>Well, on everything but her losing her mind that is. ;><p>[This message has been edited by SpiritWolf (edited 10-30-2000).]
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Postby Arno on Wed Nov 01, 2000 1:12 am

SpiritWolf> *lol* Well, Angie has a longer past than this comic. Here, this one she liked best I think... Hang on... *Runs out*<P>*Runs along, past Angie's doghouse on top of which she is sleeping, dragging a kite through the air. Suddenly, for some inexplicable reason the rope suddenly starts to coil all around him and Angie, leaving both tangled up in a big ball of kite rope*
Good grief...<P>There, that was redundant. *Goes to look up words like FMV, shogo and mush* <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/wink.gif">
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Postby SpiritWolf on Thu Nov 02, 2000 9:49 am

<I>Hello, I'll be your electronic dictionary for today. You entered; shogo mush, FMV.</I><P>Shogo mush: Is basically a soppy love story, the one's you see in anime. Like the relationship between Squall and Rinoa in FF VIII, that was a shogo mush.<P>FMV: Full Motion Video. The video or animation sequences often prevelant in today's CD games, though very rarely is it justified. It was in FF VII and In Cold Blood though, those games had damn cool FMVs. Especially where In Cold Blood I shoved a split pin into a particle accelerator ("This isn't what it was meant to accelerate but eh, what the hell?") and BOOOOOOM!<P>Okay, so the latter got a little redundant in explanation but I don't think I did too bad of a job. ;>
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Postby Mel on Sat Nov 04, 2000 1:12 am

*looks very confused*
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Postby SpiritWolf on Sun Nov 05, 2000 3:30 am

{laughs} You don't play games, do you Mel? If not, you should be confused. ;>
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Postby Mel on Sun Nov 05, 2000 7:33 am

no, sorry, i don't, i've been too buy these last few years working my way through school and spending my money on things like food and bills and tuition. Stupid me, i could have talked about games in comic forums.
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Postby Mel on Mon Nov 06, 2000 4:13 am

Gah, ok, sorry about that, i was NOT in the mood for someone trying an attitude on me last night and it seems i copped one right back.
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Postby SpiritWolf on Mon Nov 06, 2000 10:12 am

I was having an attitude? Me? Did you ever take that the wrong way ... I was just joking around Mel, as always. Everything's always light-hearted with me and never intended.
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