Gijinka – 00:05: Delia’s Diner

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7 March 2016

A completely new comic! Something I’ve regretted is that I neglected Blue’s character a lot. Even the comics Blue is in are more focused on her team. And where does Blue coming from Pallet Town work its way in?

Gijinka – 00:04: What is the PKMN League

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7 March 201

… why weren’t the gym badges drawn in the earlier version? What was I thinking? There was a perfect place to put them, and I just didn’t.
I did mess with the development of the conversation a little to make Green less melodramatic. The previous version meshed this version’s comics 3 and 4 together in an extraordinarily long strip and I didn’t have room to put boyish antics in.

Gijinka – 00:03: A mysterious package

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7 March 2016

A redrawn comic.
I have yet to decide what PKMN stands for, or even if it needs to stand for anything. The first acronym I came up with was painfully lacking and we will just ignore it for now until I am forced to come up with something at a later date.

It’s a parody comic, let’s just roll with it.

Gijinka – 00:02: Professor Oak’s Speech

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7 March 2016

I have always wanted to do a parody of Prof Oak’s opening speech in the Gijinka setting. Redrew Oak Labs to be more similar to any canonical instance of Prof Oak’s Lab, though it’s more a mishmash of all of the versions, drawing more from the anime.

Gijinka – 00:01: … so your name is *player*

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7 March 2016

A redrawn comic.
Original comments:

“Why yes, I did just want an excuse to draw plugsuits.

I was having some problems reconciling certain things in this au, mostly the whole 6+1 groups of people running around thing. Groups of seven are really awkward to choreograph, and it was just crazy to think of many, many groups of seven people running amok and camping out and stuff.

I’m sure there’s a good reason most teams in fiction are teams of four-ish.

So yeah, that kinda tied me down for a while”

Classism – 010

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1 June 2015 (original post date)

Missed updating last week because … well suffice to say, I now know what heat fatigue symptoms are. And of course, as soon as i turn the ac on, the temperature plummets so I have to turn the heating on. wtf weather?
Also noting that if I ever want to do something as texturally complicated and reoccuring as the fireplace, I should do a something like a modelling unwrap texture to save myself hella lotta grief. It WAS supposed to be in a few more panels, but f that.

Classism – 007

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6 May 2015 (original post date)

… or rather, [scoping out] the local situation.

Man this comic was an annoying learning experience. I spent way too much time fiddling with textures, and it still doesn’t look right. And of course by the time I finished with the wood, I just didn’t care anymore and halfarsed the rest of the bgs. Definitely just gonna paint in the major details next time and just do a light texture overlay.

For funsies, though it has no bearing to story:
While I was looking up reference for fireplaces in cabins, I was amused to see that a suggested “related search” was adding on “brick” to “fireplace log cabin”. Now, I know it’s probably the difference between stone versus brick fireplaces, but part of me is still giggling at the idea of a wooden fireplace.