S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby tonia on Mon Jun 14, 2010 3:20 pm

Hilarious and cute - well done Jing! "Selling girl guide biscuits" is my favorite part. - and also the nice use of green.
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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby EvilDan on Mon Jun 14, 2010 6:53 pm

OK so I actually read the whole thing and cos you know me that says a lot.

It was really good, Your paneling is top notch as always, Your characters are shit smeared in you, and i like the shade of green that you used.

Well done.

Maybe next year I will do another one as well.
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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby Tsumi on Mon Jun 14, 2010 8:27 pm

EvilDan wrote:OK so I actually read the whole thing and cos you know me that says a lot.

It was really good, Your paneling is top notch as always, Your characters are shit smeared in you, and i like the shade of green that you used.

Well done.

Maybe next year I will do another one as well.


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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby Lucid on Tue Jun 15, 2010 11:54 am

Awesomely done and entertaining.
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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby jing on Wed Jun 16, 2010 9:51 pm

To everyone who posted encouragement and luck wishes:

THANKYOU! I am only sorry that my slow drawing plus dying of exhaustion prevented me from posting more of my own encouragement and luck wishes throughout the challenge.

Khukuri: Well it WAS a tree, which is more than I can say for you! Oh, and all the science is dedicated to you, of course.

Felabba: HAH! I ate your luck wish! It was yummy and sustaining :)

LauraSeabrook: Most definitely accidentally. Could that face lie to you? Also: thanks for reading along in real time. It was very much appreciated.

robin t-lord
: I am often surprised at how much little faces can do. They are so small!. Also, very glad that you joined in the fun! Do it again next year!

Peacemaker: Tokyo is delicious. Duly feasted.

mconnollyz: I do not know the japanese for jellyfish but I always used to say to my teacher that octopuses were 'tomodachi dake; tabetakunai' (only friends, I don't want to eat <-- at least I HOPE that's what I said)

maggie: Now, would I do a thing like that? How would I live with myself?!

Owen: I'm surprised you don't. It is legendary.

Troy Kealley: THANKYOU!

grasshopper: I don't think it shows up well in the scan, but was supposed to be a broomstick... flying, perhaps :)

joelsk: I had gone to a weird mental place by the time I got to the jellyfish, and invested that tentacle-against-the-glass with too much emotion, so I'm glad you noticed it ^_^

onegreyelephant: Haha! My plan all along!

Washi: I always feel like I'm going so slow o_O plus, you know I'm in awe of your ability to draw bodies that don't look made out of clay. So, cheers :)

Egofreaky: So poetic! Shall take as compliment.

tonia: It is a plausible excuse, I think. I shall use it myself.

EvilDan: Such praise from you for a PG comic :) Now you're a children's author, maybe you could knock out something PG next year >:D

Tsumi: Well, innocently stupid men probably get dull after a while in real life. Best they exist only in fiction.

Also thankyou Ive (first post!), Dean Rankine, Dragonfly, Pirotess, chibinezu, Lucid ... that's everyone, right?

Oh, yeah, and jamtrousers who was very annoying forever and sat on the floor in front of the heater for at least an hour when he had actually finished his comic and only needed to scan + upload but let me use the computer first so I could get in all up on time. You. Are. The. Best. Brother. Ever.
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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby Maniphisto on Thu Jun 17, 2010 6:35 am

Super cute, super funny! I really liked it.
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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby grasshopper on Mon Jun 21, 2010 1:16 am

jing wrote:grasshopper: I don't think it shows up well in the scan, but was supposed to be a broomstick... flying, perhaps :).


I noticed it on my second read through. That just makes it even more endowed with awesomeness.
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Re: S.Milne - Adelaide - Chernobyl: a Romantic Comedy FINITO

Postby Troy Kealley on Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:57 pm

P.S. you won. :D
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