20100130 (4) – Rewrite. Like the main Ceremony page (-22-), the original page type had been merged – there was so much of it that initial assembly went over Photoshop 5.5’s layer limitation. Good thing they’ve either removed that or made it a much larger! Type has been streamlined – a lot of unnecessary ‘tails’ were ditched. No impact on the story, but the presentation looks cleaner.

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As derivative as DCR gets: it seems like Whitehouse got his shirt from the same place King Mob shops at.

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2008.04.19 – This page lent itself surprisingly well to cropping – the only major fix is panel two, in which I did some repairs and then jazzed up Curtis’s glasses. Quite an improvement.

Fun fact for you non-Pittsburghers – Ceremony has been at Pegasus since the building that it used to be in shut down. It’s the circle of life, or something.

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I’ll bet you thought this was going to be more passed out crazy bits, didn’t you?

Don’t worry, more of that soon enough.

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Curtis was originally going to say something about parliament banning handguns, but I dropped that bit. He doesn’t care, and neither does Whitehouse. The seriously relevant news bits from that era will be mentioned in due time.

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In my time at the school in question, there were only a small number of Steves. Their plurality paled in comparison to the Mikes and the Ryans.

Note – Yes, I’ve been spelling “Vae victus” wrong. Play the game – you’ll swear that Simon Templeman is saying “Fey,” not “Vae.”

I’ll fix it in post.

The first Blood Omen game was awesome. Why the next game had to be Jonothon Starsmore: Tomb Raider is beyond me. I’ve heard it’s good, but I didn’t stick around to find out – I gave up on the second crate puzzle. I’m done with crate puzzles.

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Yay for winged strips actually turning out halfway decent.

Foreplay Unit: One of the multitude of Band Names in the infobot’s database.

Cast

  • Jason Whitehouse’s redneck roommate. Curtis isn’t a terribly complex individual, and is in many was the archetypical art student – interests include but are not limited to video games, anime, Star Trek, tabletop gaming...

  • In late 1997 through 1999, “Ryan” and “Mike” were the most common male names in the art school and student apartments – there were so many of them that when a new one popped...

  • The king of social engineering, the crown prince of noise, and a self-described “Post-American Electro-Snob.” Jason has a deep interest in industrial, electronic, ambient, metal and gothic music, and a well-researched interest in radio...

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