7 in A Bad Thing
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[It takes you through the woods, across a piece of privately owned land prone to potholes and landslides. I ran the whole way. Takes you ten minutes instead of the usual twenty five. I don't remember how many times I had to haul his drunk arse home. Not that I got any thanks. Jerry'd be too drunk to remember.

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3rd Sep 2016, 5:35 PM edit | delete

I don't like how I drew Dylan in the first panel. Looks real stiff. I'd redraw it if either of my computers were actually working properly :T

I like the rest of the page though.


3rd Sep 2016, 5:55 PM edit | delete | reply

I think Dylan looks great in the first panel. But I understand. Us artists are our own worst critics! XD

3rd Sep 2016, 6:27 PM edit | delete | reply

We totally are. We should all cut ourselves a break :')

I swear this time though, half my annoyance comes from the fact that I can't freaking edit it..!

4th Sep 2016, 7:23 AM edit | delete | reply

Drawing people in that kind of running position is really tough. It almost always ends up looking kind of stiff.

Also, I wonder where he got the key...

4th Sep 2016, 6:36 PM edit | delete | reply

It looked alright as a sketch and then just went downhill :')

ooh! The key is explained in... chapter 4! (I'm enjoying having a complete script for once. Too much.)

6th Sep 2016, 10:12 AM edit | delete | reply

I've missed this comic. Wonderful work!

6th Sep 2016, 9:25 PM edit | delete | reply

Thanks :D It's good to be back, too.

30th Mar 2017, 9:25 PM edit | delete | reply

Feel free to be all Death of the Author (wow, that sounds creepy in the context of this comic, yike!) but is the dynamic between the guys a bit of a shoutout to the Prodigal Son, or is it just "human nature is the same wherever you go"?

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