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Comic 26 - A New Look?
18th Nov 2013, 9:29 AM
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Setbacks and Promises
So Much More Than Cute
Retro-Raid Ulduar Achievement Night
A Slight Complication
An Obvious Answer
Shouldn't Have Asked
Proto-Drake Breath Weapon Special Effects Test
Behind the Scenes
Pisella's Pie Festival
Take That, Lorewalker Cho!
And Now A Word From Our Sponsor
Embersea Accord's Hallow's End Costume Ball
Well, It Was A Cool Idea
Sticking To What Works
Interview With Sparcle
A New Look?
Interview With Tridyna
Interview With Helayne
Interview With Trigonometry
Interview With Arugadh
No Pandering Here
Winter Veil Caroling
What Is A Year?
Alterac Valley, Part One
Alterac Valley, Part Two
Alterac Valley, Part Three
Alterac Valley, Part Four
Alterac Valley, Part Five
Alterac Valley, Part Six
Alterac Valley, Part Seven
Alterac Valley, Part Eight
Alterac Valley, Part Nine
Alterac Valley, Part Ten
Special Effects - Water
Before and After
Firelands, Part One
Firelands, Part Two
Firelands, Part Three
Firelands, Part Four
2014 April Fool's Special!
Trigonometry Interview, Part One
One of Our Own
Trigonometry Interview, Part Two
Trigonometry Interview, Part Three
Trigonometry Interview, Part Four
New Dyna, Old Dyna. Part One
New Dyna, Old Dyna. Part Two
A Question of Pragmatism, Part One
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Two
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Three
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Four
Rug Goes Shopping
The Culling of Stratholme
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Five
Have You Ever Wondered?
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Six
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Seven
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Eight
Intimidation, My Ass!
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Nine
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Ten
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Eleven
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Twelve
A Question of Pragmatism, Part Thirteen
We Need to Talk
RP Night at the Blue Recluse
A Question of Pragmatism, Finale
Acceptance, Page 1
Acceptance, Page 2
Well, It's True!
Shattershore, Page 1
Shattershore, Page 2
Shattershore, Page 3
Shattershore, Page 4
Save My Place
Load My Place
18th Nov 2013, 9:29 AM
I'm considering changing the look of Trigonometry to match the look of Gnomeregan Forever. What do you readers think? Yes or no?
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18th Nov 2013, 11:35 PM
Hmmm... no, i don't think so. I think it's good for them to be a bit different, visually.
19th Nov 2013, 12:11 PM
Couple of questions before commenting:
1. Are you physically able to keep two (2) strips going?
2. Is it becoming more of a challenge to come up with two separate story lines; one ongoing, the other just one shots?
Depending on the answer to these 2 questions will ultimately determine whether we have 1 comic or 2.
I immensely enjoy both comics. Your creativity is unmeasurable and a delight to partake of. But, having to deal with chronic pain myself, I understand the possibility of cutting back on something like this. Thus, my suggestion, make one of them your steady comic and the other your occasional one. This will allow you a steady source to keep your creative juices going, and a 2nd outlet that you may (once a month or so) occasionally drop a thought process into.
20th Nov 2013, 10:56 AM
I am still physically able to keep both comics going but it has become more difficult. Between the pain and the paid medications I am exhausted and spacey.
It's no challenge to come up with separate storylines. The issue is having the energy and focus to do the actual work.
Your idea about making one of them my steady comic and the other my occasional comic is the same idea as I have. Trig is definitely the steady one but I can't get Gnomeregan Forever to shut up! lol
19th Nov 2013, 12:14 PM
The visual, graphic look of the comics are your style, and dictated by the game. Making Gnomergan Forever an occasionally comic, will give you the opportunity, when you're feeling better, to tweek the background as you feel you can.
I just plain ole love your story lines, long and short ones, and get my giggles out of them.
21st Nov 2013, 2:09 PM
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