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September 6, 2010

Edit: I’m going to have to take a one page break between scenes, sorry guys. I’m still settling in here in NZ (not everything is agreeing very well with my stomach) and I’d rather not rush the next few pages through. Next update is Monday!

And back to the standard art style, which I have actually missed, despite the style for the last scene being a lot quicker to draw. I kind of missed inking things! Never thought I’d see the day.

Sorry for the lack of real posts or replies to comments recently, New Zealand’s keeping me pretty busy. I should also add (after getting a few concerned emails, which was quite touching) that no, I wasn’t caught up in the earthquake at all – it hit Christchurch which is on the other side of the country to Auckland, where I am. Best wishes to everyone that’s been affected, though.



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Good to hear you’re safe from the natural disaster I wasn’t even aware of… sorry’ I’ve been more intrested in those massive Russian fires that could send up a buttload of radiation and satiate my unhealthy obsession with the post apocolyptic. Believe me, parents are the only wall between me becomming a full up survivalist… well that and my increadible lazyness… That was quite the tangent.

Anyway, GET BACK TO FORMSPRING MISSY! I DEMAND FUNNY REPLIES AND A NEW TYPE OF AIRSHIP FUEL!

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I seeee a red moon arising!
I see a neat steam train on the way :D
I see Renshous face is frightning
I see good times on the way.

(sing to “CCR-Bad Moon Arising”)

Nice page :D

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Oh dear. Not the best photo for memory, I think.

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Well, I’m a christchurcher, here, and so I *was* caught up in the earthquake. I live on the hill, though, so escaped the worst (most of the city, built on a drained swamp, is vulnerable due to the soil liquifying). Just a load of furniture got thrown about and the cat went missing for a day. But we had power and water back by the next night. Seen some really impressive mess in the city, though.

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Another significant comment for history, though nothing to do with the comic. September 2010. How little did we Christchurchers know what was soon to happen. :-(

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