June 10 – 22, 2013

The marking is becoming a bit intense at the moment, but I’m doing my best to keep up.  *Gasp*  Here, have a conspiracy/cunning plan/graduation plot.

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10 thoughts on “June 10 – 22, 2013

  1. Don’t worry too much about justifying having the life drained out of you by social interaction- the most active nagger about your schedule (at least in your comments section) is also an introvert…

  2. For the colour comic you may as well keep it simple and continue the current scene with a single panel of Barbara screaming “Shiny Object” at the top of her lungs…

  3. Marie was… confused? Setting it alive with her mind? Giving birth to it? … Maybe I’m not paying enough attention, but I feel like I’m further away from knowing what’s going on than ever!

  4. Marie was … Why not: Marie is … a wizard / mutant / vampire / radioactive spider? Clearly, I need to reread the entire archive to find some clues. But I need to finish Dracula first. (Started it last night, which obviously resulted in nightmares.)

  5. Mercenary Pen: I was working on the comic while listening to the livestream. Creating the comic involves a lot of busy-work, so I often watch or listen to something else while I’m doing it. The reason it’s taking so long is that my grades for one of my summer courses are due on Wednesday, and I still have thirteen essays and forty-two exams to go. The colour comic is nearly done; I’ve been working on it during my breaks. One more break should do it. The Monday comic will, with luck, be up at some point on Tuesday; it won’t take nearly as much work. After Wednesday, I’ll just be back to my usual frantic marking and not this insane pile of terror. It didn’t help that the weekend included an evening gig and a baby shower.

  6. On the subject of T-shirts, my experience with what various retailers consider to be a large size is not much better.

  7. Oh, it’s not just medium; it’s sizing in general. It’s just that I have the most experience with medium as a size. There are also small larges and HUGE larges, as well as large smalls and ridiculously tiny smalls.

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