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Page 118 have you tried running away?

118 have you tried running away?
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27th Aug 2017, 1:34 AM
Totally unrelated to any bitterns over single's awareness day I want to point out that Robin is in favor of saving a stranger from a burning building over a loved one. OK so maybe it's not as simple as all that but I do find the logistics of altruism to make interesting problems, and what better to have in stories then interesting problems.
On an art note I'm still playing around with charity's lips but I'm leaning towards an at least partial black outline on them.


Y'know, the dad seems to not have realised they're currently trapped inside a place.

Also, a little out-of-place, but you're more likely to see it here: The flashback was brilliant. Saves me spending a few days trying to figure out where the strange nickname comes from. <_<

15th Feb 2012, 11:37 PM edit delete reply

wasn't a flash back as much as a visual depiction of what Robin was remembering (since you know she was probably picturing it in her head the only difference being she "heard" the dialogue). I think i played with flashbacks enough for a while already.
As for being more likely to see it here, long time reader probably don't check old pages for updated comments but I see everything. <insert mystic hand waving and dramatic mist here>

16th Feb 2012, 12:02 AM edit delete reply

Whatever! It's a minor flashback...

Technicalities aside, I guess I should have realised you'd be notified of every comment. Ah well, it's done now.

17th Feb 2012, 2:05 AM edit delete reply

No offense was meant, I just like to be exact. I find it helps promote a greater awareness of how literature work and in the end how to make my own work better. due to convergent evolution what i did and a true flashback look very similar, but knowing the pros and cons of each helps me choose which would work best in a situation. So the distinction was more for me then anything, but you made me stop and thank about it so I including it in the comment.

17th Feb 2012, 12:45 PM edit delete reply

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