342 Walk Hard.

I have had to go back in and fix more problems with the last 9 pages than I’ve had to for the previous 300 or so.  It wouldn’t be a big deal except for Photoshop taxing my system the way it does.  Although, compared to what it was like before the last upgrade, it’s much faster.  I’m just not going to be truly happy until my results are instantaneous, which is unreasonable of me. 

Anyway, the other day I tried upgrading from Photoshop Elements 3 to Elements 5.  It was a real timesink, because the changes between 3 and 5 are enough to cripple my process.  The amount  of things in different places was pretty staggering.  So, I uninstalled 5 and went back to the familiar comfort of 3.  Maybe it’s not as good, or as fast, but I can make it work without learning a bunch of new stuff.  That counts for a lot.

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Everything about this comic makes me happy. The Transformers theme song, Brooksie screaming, Thomas yelping like a frightened little girl, the new background. It is as the kids say, “all good.”

Awww Brooksie scared Thomas. Her powers of sneaking are Sam Fisher like, only she has less gadgets and more movie quotes.

I have that problem with cs3. It’s a lot easier for me to do airbrushy stuff in my old Photoshop 6. Damn, it’s old, though. ^^;

Whee! Transformers! All I can say is I love Thomas’ comment to Brooksie. But it leads me to interesting dilemma. If I’m in love with Thomas is bad and if he likes all seasons of G1.

“# Autobot Bluestreak Says:
August 26th, 2008 at 10:31 am

Whee! Transformers! All I can say is I love Thomas’ comment to Brooksie. But it leads me to interesting dilemma. If I’m in love with Thomas is bad and if he likes all seasons of G1.”

I read that last sentence five times and I feel a little dizzy. Would you care to expand on that thought a little?

So Thomas just wanders around looking spaced out singing old cartoon themes to himself audibly?

Yeah, me too.

Life is like a hurricane… i-in Duck-berg…

*Glances at Scott*

Castle Duckula, home for many centuries to a dreadful dynasty of vicious vampire ducks – The Counts of Duckula.
Legend has it that these foul beings can be destroyed by a stake through the heart or exposure to sunlight.
This does not suffice however, for they may be brought back to life by means of a secret rite that can be performed once a century when the moon is in the eighth house of Aquarius.

…The latest reincarnation did not run according to plan.

[Note: I channel Duckula’s narrator on a regular basis.]

Hehe, Jolene’s face is so cute when she yells his name.
I like your progress. The photoshop elements blend in perfectly.

oh good lord! It’s Jenny all over again! The horror… the nightmares…. the… the… oh who am I kidding! Great bit. Even if it does bring back memories of my pulse sky rocketing with out a seconds notice.

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