Comic 150 Comic 150 published on June 29, 2009Read more posts by the author of Comic 150, Razorfox9 Comments on Comic 150
That is one strung-out panda.
Found your comic again after the reboot. The art is even better than last time, with facial expressions revealing more emotion of the characters. You’ve most likely received comments about this before, but
I wanted to ask; was Jill’s bosom enlarged for the reboot? I don’t remember her being drawn that large the first time.
Nope! Not consciously. Maybe I just got better at rendering it but she was always designed to have a big bust and does absolutely nothing to flaunt it.
Panel four peaks my curiosity that Jill uses the words ‘relate to’ in the context of sharing a residence with a member of the opposite sex with no familial relation. And the intensity of her emotion is intriguing when asking Art to become a roommate, because previous pages insinuate Jill is acutely emotionally reserved to the point of her ability to socialize with others is severely limited.
And, I must applaud your choice of musical instrument that Art plays music. As a former Trumpet and Tuba player, I am acquainted with the difficulties that Bassoonists face on a daily basis. Any Bassoonists worth their salt carve and twine their own double-reed mouthpieces. Will there be a display of that within the comic?
I hope so! There was one in the section we ended up redoing, a flashback to Art’s time in Pete’s terrible high school band.
I agree with Yuki, what the *BLEEP* is in that spice?
Is PMP dead?
“I bet one bite of that would give you enlightenment!”
Oh, it’ll give you “enlightenment”, all right. It’ll “en-lighten” your lower intestine.
not only i want to know what was in the spice but where i can get it!!