pt. 1 ch. 10 - Page 26


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14th Feb 2018, 11:30 AM

This week I am working on pages 349 and 350 - this is so crazy to me. Thank you, everyone, for sticking with me so far. I have never stuck to a project like I have this one, and having you all here reading along makes it all worthwhile.

Before I forget!

I got an awesome shout out on the RPPR Shotgun Summaries Podcast earlier this month and totally forgot to shout out back at them! The episode in question is here - give them a listen! I'm also going to be in a Call of C'thulhu game here soon with Tom from the podcast, and it's actually going to be the first time I've ever played the game.

We're recording tonight, and when it gets posted I'll be sure to let you know where to check it out so you can hear my character die a horrible, gruesome death :)

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14th Feb 2018, 12:11 PM

Nice! A range of different body types, and I like that last panel a *lot*. The from-above scenes are hard to do, and you keep everyone consistent and recognizable, even from the angle and without color. (Also, looks almost like a CCTV angle, which lends it that creepy surveillance feel.)

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14th Feb 2018, 12:21 PM

Thanks for keeping up with the story! Maybe there are other comics/graphic novels out there that fit this genre, but this one suits me just fine, thank you. Keep up the great work and don't sweat the small stuff, 'cause you already have a body of work to be proud of and its only going to get better from here on out! :)

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14th Feb 2018, 2:40 PM

Man, that page count is gettin' crazy.

And I think you're gonna enjoy playing Call of Cthulhu. It can get all kinds of fun (both terrifying AND crazy) :)

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14th Feb 2018, 2:45 PM

Barry is not amused. But is a confusion of someone unable to understand the working of higher monsters, unfortunately :/
I am not basing this on anything but if Barry decides to take action while Jaunt is away... I will not be surprised. However, I guess he is a minor character to suddenly have that sort of development.

From all the stories about what girls do in their dorms, I guess this really were the old times LMAO
But the dorms look as bad as... any dorm I have ever seen. Does not matter whose.

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Dormitories in those days

15th Feb 2018, 6:42 PM

Those are pretty luxe dormitories for the time. Check out luxury ones like the Biltmore's and compare to those from the time at, say the Ivies, U.Va., or U. Chicago. Seriously, lots of working multi-temperature plumbling, fashionable beadboard, a distinctly New World surefeit of room ... Those ladies have it made in the shade (because lightbulbs weren't that strong or cheap back then and windows were for light).
We whine a lot these days. First World 21st Century problems and all that.

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16th Feb 2018, 12:12 PM

Yup and at the same time some of the problems are cool topics to remember later :D
Still, you probably had it good then or had plenty of money to afford better. Good for you! :D
Not everyone has or can and in general, I cannot say who was the last person who did not say how much dorms sucked. No matter from where they were. Heck! There is this old Finnish game called The Longest Journey and it starts in a university dorm that sucks for most people but they enjoy the life. It is what it is and often it is about the people you meet. Yup.
At the same time, dorms are synonymous with broken beds, said plumbing exploding or said heating not working when you need it. I was there. I saw almost every episode of MacGyver and that is what saved us plenty of times :D :D
Always prepared! Since those times I always have two calculators in my bag and a piece of wire. I once had to pick two older locks. LMAO
Plenty of current or past students shudder at the word dorm and for a good reason and try to look elsewhere if possible OR their families house them. Maybe in that time period nobody minded as much how dorms looked.

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Bob Mozark
15th Feb 2018, 10:15 AM

So, her dorm mates have noticed Claire's odd hours. If she is not careful, she will get the kind of reputation that few women in the 1920s wanted.

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Mr. Casual
15th Feb 2018, 12:05 PM

"Smell you later, Barry. You live in a sewer."

Enjoy CoC! It's a blast, in an existential-horror kind of way. :D

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