Here is a secret I am willing to let go. This involves an experiment I have been tinkering with, and I'm using my comic for this new idea. The idea is entirely mine, so if anybody wonders where this came from . . . yo.
Ever notice how if you look at an LCD monitor at the wrong angle, the colors become extremely distorted? I thought about ways to exploit this little glitch in the LCD system, and through trial and error (and a great big happy accident), I had discovered a way to secretly hide watermarks within a drawing that could not be seen normally! The only way to see the watermark is by standing up at an LCD monitor and looking down on it so the color distortion highlights the hidden image.
Take the latest page (#42) for instance. There are three such watermarks on that page; two of them are just words, but the third is an actual image from page #40. On a CRT monitor or by looking at them directly on an LCD, you can just barely see them (I haven' fully worked this out yet), but the casual eye would pass right over the watermark as though it wasn't there because it is so faint. Standing up and looking down, however, clearly reveals the image as the outlines turn a ghostly white against a black background.
Since this is a new development, and to my knowledge nobody actually pays attention to this forum for now, I am not willing to explain the method to this watermark effect. So, just keep looking for them. They won't be in every page from here on out, but it's definately something I will be using somewhat frequently.