Whoot! Page two. We’re trucking now. ๐Ÿ™‚

Had a lovely evening with my friend Sari over grub in a diner talking about comedy writing. She is so inspiring! I like good, happy, funny people.

It’s been a good week in general for that. Getting back in touch with friends back in Massachusetts, long late conversations, then hanging out with my friend Winnie the jewelry artistย this week, and then fun food grub talk. Makes winter every so more tolerable.

01/30/15 Evening Stroll 02

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  1. Sorry about yesterday’s comments. Fixed! They’re posting now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Any chance you can stick a “previous comic” button on the home page? Not a big deal, but it would be nice.

  3. @WhenGreg, I wish we could. And believe me, we tried. Having the link to the current page (the previous links are there) and the archive was an accomplishment.

    But I get it. This strip in particular. Reading one after the other helps get the feel of the flow.

  4. Maybe Command is afraid a passenger will eat something poisonous or something poisonous will eat a passenger.

  5. I wonder if she’s including herself in that assessment?

  6. I think I’ve worked in a place very similar to what she’s describing…

  7. Every place I have ever worked, or gone to school, ever.

  8. Okay, so what gives with the art? Are you just spending less time on the detailed backgrounds? The door in panel three and the walls in pretty much all frames would never have been in Spacetrawler. Also, Dilvan’s fingers when on his hip. My memory of One Way is that the ship’s lines were very detailed and precise.

    Is this just about time, or are you fatigued with tracing intricate 3D models? Not criticizing, mind. Just curious.

  9. @Herandar, Hmm. Well, I guess I’d say that I’m spending DIFFERENT time with the backgrounds. And no, not fatigued with it at all.

    As you saw in the outdoor panels of AG, it’s not exactly shirking in details. With Spacetrawler I built 3-D models for EVERY background and then re-drew them by hand. Which had a certain effect. With One Way I built the ship as a 3-D model, a single unchanging prop, and literally took snapshots and did NO drawing of backgrounds whatsoever, which had a certain effect. Here, by choice (not by fatigue) I wanted it to have a little more relaxed hand-drawn look. And so where having lushly drawn backgrounds will enhance things (such as the opening setting) I’ll spend more time, and when two people are talking in a metal corridor, It’ll look slightly more like impressionistic look. I hope you like it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Keep on going Ms. Foxglove… keep on going, let’s see what else you can get. =P

  11. Wow, those are some amazingly full and high … wow. The future is a wonderful place, apparently, despite all the rules.

  12. I’m all in! And not because the artist mentioned me, and totally based Foxglove’s boobs on mine. Don’t even, Baldwin! I know my boobs when I see them.

  13. Something I’ve noticed about redhead women. They mostly have two body types. Tall, thin/athletic and small busted or short, curvacious to plump with large boobs.

  14. Christopher, may I suggest that when putting links into your posts, since I <=~always follow them, to attach a tag to the links so they open in a new browser?

    I don't want to lose my place on your page. Besides, it's important to NOT totally redirect your readers ~off your page but instead, share new websites. An old website programmer tip. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    And many thanks for sharing as much as you do. You are King of Sharing Other Sites, from my POV.

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