#1203 "Short-term planning"

January 18th, 2016, 5:09 am

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Anyone else having
D&D flashbacks?

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Reply NtKGar, January 18th, 2016, 5:18 am

Sulkings great when you want something to change but don't want to enact that change yourself. Utterly ineffectual of course, but at least it's a recognised activity and a marvellous way to destroy friendships.

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Reply D and Ns, January 18th, 2016, 7:56 pm

... Keno, never change. I love the many interpretations I can have of this strip!
And now that you mention it, yes, I am having D&D flashbacks. As a strongly Neutral/Evil group, self-destruction came naturally, and swiftly. Thank goodness on of us would act like Aya, here. Or else our enemies may not have found us and saved us from it.
Just something I noticed, Keno in panel 1 looks a bit odd, not sure why. Maybe the waist shape.

Reply NtKGar, January 19th, 2016, 3:08 am

Thanks, we strive for ambiguity :D

I'm not happy with Keno's paws in that first panel. He's making fists without thumbs and it looks a bit off. I stuck with it because I wanted that movement between the two panels, but I drew that near paw a dozen times and eventually settled.

Reply D and Ns, January 20th, 2016, 12:11 am

Looking over the image again (and about the last thirty), I wouldn't say that the problem is with his paws. Honestly, considering what you have to deal with, I'd say, they're perfect. You can clearly tell they're cat paws, even though they've been, shall we say, 'handified'.
I think the problem might be more of a proportion/position thing. Among the cats in this Webcomic, Keno the slimmest (weird thing to notice, I know) and here, you have him sticking out his chest. This pose is accenting how small his rib cage/waist/back...thing is, compared to the rest of his body.

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