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5th Jan 2010, 7:00 PM
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Bonus Image - Beth Knitting!
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Author Notes:
Magravan edit delete
This was the incentive picture for December :) If you come sporadically, go back one for a fan art!

Short author note because chances are you don't really care either way, and I spent half the day unconscious and just woke up a couple minutes before midnight ;D
User comments:
Effigy_Power edit delete reply
Obviously I know that one already, because I vote for you guys all the time.
<nose up, feeling superior>
Because I am amazing.

...and so humble.

PS: You draw great feet. I always avoid those.
Skrael (I'm the artist)
Thanks :)

If only I could draw better hands hehehe
Magravan edit delete reply
I just want to take a moment to indulge some fanboy-ism...

I don't know if you guys saw it, because it seems like it is gone already, but we had Least I Could Do advertising on our page briefly. This means that for a brief moment, Ryan Sohmer or one of his associates, knew of TOGM for a brief moment. Even if it was just seeing our banner and saying "Sure, what the hell, it's practically free anyways."

These guys (Sohmer and Lars) were one of the first webcomics I REALLY got into. Least I could do and Looking for Group were both great comics, and I highly respect these guys. If I get the chance to visit the Toronto Con this year, this is probably the only booth that I am deliberately thinking to visit at Fan Expo.

This, to me, feels like a Star Trek fan having Kirk or Picard show up to their house to use the phone to call a tow truck... Or a Star Wars fan having Carrie Fisher use their washroom.... Except I guess we aren't creepy and didn't set up cameras. Yeah, you know who you are, Star Wars fans.

Or maybe it's like casually bumping into one of your favourite people in the airport, and standing there starstruck for a little while with your mouth agape while they walk off without even realizing it.

And yes, I did take a screenshot and save it. And I will further debase myself by putting it up on my facebook page.

And I'm okay with that. :)
VIPER edit delete reply
i like the irony in "nightly activity" :)
Effigy_Power edit delete reply
I am actually not that great a fan of Ryan Sohmer's writing and fell out of love with LICD a while ago, but Lar deSouza's art-style is just grade A.
Magravan edit delete reply
@Viper - It's one of those inside jokes that people might not realize are jokes... The euphemism that we used to use around our kids for -our- nightly activities was Knitting ;)

@Effigy - To each their own ;) I've enjoyed LICD... I go back to Looking for Group once in a while and enjoy it in groups.. LICD I visit at least several times a week :)

Jeph from QC is still my holy grail of Webcomic Nerdery, and his suggestions on how to make one were really helpful ;) I remember sitting there going "I'm not going to have to draw every bubble by hand, am I?" and then we watched a stream of his and I said "Oh... Well.. that's much easier."
Exoskele edit delete reply
Yeah, I would definitely say the same thing about Jeph, and, funnily enough, I was watching one of his streams for tips only a couple of hours ago (trying to start a webcomic myself).
Magravan edit delete reply
Oh good, you're on Comicfury ;) I guess we'll see your comic when you put it up :) If there's anything we can help you with, let me know :)
Xila31 edit delete reply
The real question is, do zombies need scarves? :P

I really like this one, very well done.
jordanch68 edit delete reply
I wonder if Beth does knitting requests? :)
Someone (Guest) edit delete reply
Wow, this is pretty good!