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January 26, 2011

Wasn’t kidding about the scene shift. Sorry. D: (I am not sorry)

Also, hot on the heels of page 200 is RMR’s two year anniversary! Hell yeah. Again, I planned nothing because I’m rubbish. I’ll try and put together a nice vote incentive for next week, though.

Also also, thanks to everyone who donated to the Comic Creators Alliance! You are all swell.

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Aren’t we meant to make *you* things for your anniversary? I didn’t, but I’m vaguely aware that it is meant to work this way round.

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Wow, Rhea’s really pretty in panel five.

Also, fire effects = awesome.

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I think it’s probably the best shot I’ve done of her so far, helped along by the fire lighting which always tends to be quite flattering. Sometimes I think I should just set everything in fire in the comic so it can be nicely lit all the time.

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Less planned celebratory activity seems to equal more redmoony goodness!
Being the bearer of this Pope Card, I hereby grant you absolution!
Actually I want to apologize for the unseemly avatar, it was automagically added by Gravatar, which is scary in all sorts of ways! :0

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Where do you have to go to get one of those things anyway? I just type my name in the little name thingy every time.

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So do I… but another site made me sign up an avatar at http://www.gravatar.com and now it’s trailed me here… just on account of me putting my email address in the required field. Scary, no?

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Gravatar’s part of my site layout too, so it’s not too weird that your icon is showing up here, since I think that’s probably the point of it. Anyway, if I had a Pope Card I’d probably plaster it everywhere too.

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If you search for a better image, and then read the fine print, you’ll see that you’re entitled.
All it takes is the right gnosis, so to speak ;)

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You know I’ve been thinking about this for a while. It’s a funny coincidence, actually. I too have a character named Rhea and she has white(-ish) hair. She’s in my book Duality. And I figured her like in 2006 or so.

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I’m not quite sure why, but the transitions between panels five, six and seven are really great.
I love panel six even though there’s nothing there… but somehow, you got the “uh oh there’s a thing” feeling exactly right.

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