So here's the next backstage clip. A couple more to go.
It's really annoying that my computer is giving up the ghost after all these years. I had more shots and angles for this scene, and they're gone. I find it hard to work like this without going a little nuts.
I find it hard to believe, too! I'd donate funds if it would mean you could find a new beginning and continue on. But that's really your choice, I'm just not ready for YOLT to stop production of comics just yet! :D
Well it is a seven year old computer, yeah? I mean my G3 iMac still works, but it's slow. 600MHz is laughable to most people now I'd imagine, unless you're living in a third world country, in which case computers are probably pretty low on your list.
Anyway, you do realize that you left a "Your words here..." box in the middle of the page, right? ;)
I didn't realize, Cap! It's been fixed.
Yeah, it's seven years old. When I got it, "make sure that Doom 3 runs on it" meant that it was state of the art.
It's kind to offer, BV, but I'm just feeling a bit tapped out on this crew. Sure, compared to the major comics out there in Brick Comicking this isn't that old of a strip, but I think that my unbounded start and repeated attempts at scene-shifts or reboots have made this just tough to figure at the moment. Maybe I'll do some brief arcs for characters not on stage at some point. I'd make sure to announce them on the BCN.
Well, there's the whole story of what trouble the jobs in this new dimension were going to get them into. Also, I figured you would have planned a nice big arc jump that would (a) take them to a different and more permanent dimension, or (b) expand a bit more on those Dwarf lawyers and that dimension they hopped into. Either way, I was sure there were tons of loose ends you could easily have made stories from! :D
There were. And there are. And so very many loose ends... perhaps too many.
Like I said, I'll see if anything strikes my fancy at some point.