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Also I want a print of just that first panel...
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Great comic today, that kid is SERIOUSLY creepy... Keep him away from Seventeen!
Also... DAMN that was a seriously tricky kittie...
So, let me get this straight. This kid has previously stolen Malachi's food and peed on him while he slept, and now he's spying on him from the tree he's sitting under? I think Malachi has a major stalker problem here. The peeing incident was probably him marking his territory. Has anyone checked on Seventeen recently? She may be in mortal danger from this creep.
That cat wasn't so hard... You just gotta use some common sense.
Edit: Shadow aren't that color!
The creepy kid is in two of my favorite one off strips...I'm not sure what that says about me, but it can't be good.
Yes, it was pure luck, but I still felt like a badass.
Personally I want a Print of the 4th panel. A Relaxed Release is a luxury in this crowded world and should be celebrated.
Okay that sounds like a lot of work. Instead I'll ask, like, at least which frame it's in.
@CERES i'll provide three different methods, hopefully one will steer you (and others) to where i think the kitteh be:
if however you use that pseudo cat head as a aiming point and drop straight down approx. half a panel length, you will see the supposed kitteh (i still can't see clearly enough to be 100%). it is colored the blackest dark brown i could imagine (it could be dark green - remember my color blindness). the head and neck of the kitteh is oriented at approx. 135 degrees, with the top of the frame being 0 deg., the right edge 90 deg., the bottom 180 deg., (and for completeness) the left edge 270 deg.
2. starting at the bottom right corner of the frame, go up along the right edge until you hit the first 'light' blotch of foliage; at its widest spot go directly left (and before you hit the trunk) and there be the kitteh.
method 3. notice the light gray - green part of the trunk at the bottom of the panel, follow it up until a branch (of the same color) juts out; right above that is the kitteh.
remember: i'm not 100% sure i found it, because i really can't distinguish the eye holes well enough; the palette used today really messes with my eyes.
I typically like scanning along the solid linework because you're scanning for shape, not color or details. That's a common trap to fall into.
The first four panels are relatively static backgrounds, so scanning them should be very speedy, since any changes in linework from panel-to-panel should leap out at you.
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Maybe Malachi thought about this too and thats why his ears unblushed so quickly.