310 Damn My Duckpond.

I’m not sure if anyone is going to notice but, with the time problem creeping up on me more and more, I’m sliding into something closer to my sketching style. Calling attention to it probably isn’t helping… At any rate, the evolution of my style is most likely a good thing. Maybe I’ll hit upon an acceptable look that is also conducive to a speedier page. Fingers crossed, as they say.

I hope the 3 day schedule isn’t too hard on you all. See you on Monday.

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I didn’t notice any lack in quality. Looks superb as always!

“Well damn my duckpond, there goes _____” is going to be a new phrase of mine, at least I hope so.

Bwahaha … thank you. I wish doctors perscribed some people depressants. It would make some days less nauseating.

BTW, here’s a good game suggestion I just thought up for you: Metroid Fusion. I dare you to play it all to the end without being scared.

Everybody’s style changes over time, it’s a natural part of an artist’s life; sort of like puberty with less body hair growth. All of the facial expressions in this are great especially Nina’s. I don’t think we’ve ever really seen her upset before. And it looks like the madder Nina’s face gets the happier Carol’s face gets!

Also I’m intrigued by this Reggie fellow…

Hopefully this wont sound rude.

We don’t read this web comic for the MAZING VIZUALS, we read it for the witty/awesome writing. Of course it helps that your comic is pretty easy on the eyes.

Three day is regualr day schedule to me. Same dif… and to me, the lazy one, it’s easier to keep up with…

I see nobody actually questioned the “Damn My Duckpond” thing.

For those who don’t know, it’s a reference to “Blackadder the Third” with Rowan Atkinson, Hugh Laurie, and Tony Robinson. Specifically the episode “Dish and Dishonesty”

If you haven’t, go watch it right now.

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