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2 comments | Monday, November 22, 2010

The day after the dreaded Monty Python business, I had to go ahead and take care of my brother, Andrew, as well... He knew the risks in asking if he could be in a comic strip, and darned if he didn't ask anyway!
for your viewing pleasure, here is THAT original art:

Then the very next day after that, i posted the next "Real" conclusion... this one was much more believable as the real ending of course, since it actually featured some of our intrepid characters :)
Although i've been showing you guys the nuts and bolts of things with these last several posts, Off the List part 4 (fake part 2) was actually fairly well planned out, and the art used was almost identical to the art created... so, rather than construct a nearly identical "black and white" version, I've compiled this set of the few "outtakes" available, as well as some color panels (apparently i was thinking about making a color version, but I forgot all about it till tonight when i found these...)
Hope you enjoy them, and stay tuned for the final chapter of repeats tomorrow!


Anonymous Frankie S said...

I didn't know this came in full color! I dig!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010 9:43:00 AM

Blogger Dan said...

hahah, yeah, i was surprised that i COMPLETELY forgot doing it - but it was exciting to find them :)
glad you like it!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 12:49:00 AM


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