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December 26th, 2006, 9:41 am

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Reply Abt_Nihil, December 26th, 2006, 9:51 am

Hey look, it's Christmas and I'm only two days late! Hope y'all had a nice one...

BTW, I put some pics into the gallery, so you might wanna take a look. It's only provisional though... kinda cluttered...

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Reply Nepath, December 27th, 2006, 3:00 am

She's one tough cookie! Great work.

Reply Nag eve! (Guest), December 27th, 2006, 9:04 am

Don't nag me for making up great puns! Look at those muscles and the pose in the first panel! That stands in the tradition of a long line of superheroes! And seldom a wrist in closeup has turned out that well. Sure took some time until you got the natural look. And last but not least you really succeeded on an impressive expression with that evil grin. And could it be that you don't have that mecha in your profiles yet?
Something else: Could you think of changing Naomis personality in certain aspects? I mean, like stressing her affirmation of life by giving her rather abnormal habits and stricter principles. Perhaps by introducing a certain aversion to products gained from dead animals. And did it ever come to your mind that this would be such a wonderful homage to Nadia? The name - Naomi - already urges you to do so... Think about it!

Reply Abt_Nihil, December 27th, 2006, 12:29 pm


I'm not nagging about the great puns, but the bad ones. (Bad enough that you made me use the word "nag" here.) Thanks for the underhanded (and overarticulated) compliments, though. The mecha is in the profiles, but the profiles haven't been updated in years, so there's no accompanying image... it's the M-type E "Gorilla".
I didn't mean to oppose the superhero issue, I just meant to oppose the Supergirl issue. When I say Power Girl, I mean Power Girl.
Abnormal habits and strict principles don't really stress affirmation of life in my book. I'd been thinking about giving her abnormal habits for identification/characterization purposes, though. But vegetarianism is just sooooo played. On top of that, I can't think of a single reason why she should be a vegetarian, even if I wanted her to be one.
Did you really mean "a wrist in close-up"? Or a fist in close-up? I do love both the wrist and the fist. The difference is: The wrist was drawn from memory, whereas for the fist I was looking at my own. Yeah, I know, you can't really draw while looking at your right fist... so short-term-memory plays a part too.
OMG, you made me spam my own comments... but I just HAVE to reply to each one of those... it's an obsessive-compulsive sort of thing.

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