Comic 117 - Walking in a Line
27th Jul 2014, 10:39 PM in Shipping
Walking in a Line
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Author Notes:
view edit delete
Here's the interactive version. It probably won't work on touchscreens.

User comments:
Twistedfro edit delete reply
That's so cool! Lovin' it :-)
cattservant edit delete reply
Life's a layered beach!

Bavette (Guest) edit delete reply
Wow! The naughty bits interactiveness got me by surprise. That was a very nice surprise!
raven726 edit delete reply
Wow View! Not only is the interactive portion a nice touch but the page itself is superbly drawn
view edit delete reply
It's pretty rough, because I knew I'd have to spend time working out the interactive stuff.
Your Friendly Shadowtroll (Guest) edit delete reply
Love the interactive panel, a bit of foreshadowing? :)
sinala edit delete reply
Wow, that's fucking neat! Very cool!
Jeffrywith1e edit delete reply
lol, even the socks
highlander55 edit delete reply
Character look and definition is superb.
Frankie Peanuts edit delete reply
Love that Cara shaves.
view edit delete reply
She shaved last night.
Sheela edit delete reply
*and* she brought her coolest swimsuit.

... seriously, that swimsuit is awesome!
view edit delete reply
She's on the prowl.
Sheela edit delete reply
She'a a puma ? :)
rainbows 1701 edit delete reply
rainbows 1701
I was kinda hoping I'd be able to see what was in their backpacks, or under the hats~

The are is pretty, as always :)
view edit delete reply
Oh, the backpack thing is a good idea!
Sheela edit delete reply
Could also do it with a color effect.

On a sidenote, it would be neat if the "looking glass" wasn't so .. square. And maybe a bit bigger.
view edit delete reply
Can't make it less square. I can change the size, but I like it small.
RandomTroll (Guest) edit delete reply
Some pervy bastard is going to composite the full-nude version together out of screenshots using the interactive-nude-o-vision. It won't be me though.
Running Joke (Guest) edit delete reply
So did anyone else spend way too much time slowly dragging the Xray box over the whole scene for easter eggs?
view edit delete reply
I didn't have any easter eggs in this page, because I was pressed for time. There will be others, though!
Zaranthan (Guest) edit delete reply
Every. Last. Pixel.

All I got was noticing that the grass and the socks are on different layers.
Hedrah (Guest) edit delete reply
That is some sweet shōjo styled setup ya drew.
merle edit delete reply
Curses! I'll have to console myself with the regular version until I get home.
ColdFusion (Guest) edit delete reply
I can't see anything! What's this about an interactive version? easter eggs? what? I tried it on my good modern computer and everything. It's just blank.
view edit delete reply
Looks like it broke.
ColdFusion (Guest) edit delete reply
Not to be a dick but I'm glad it's not just me. From the comments this sounds like it's really great

I inspectled the page code just now and I see there's some kind of html5 "canvas" meant to be embedded here. So that's probably part of it. html5 is a new and goofy thing and I wouldn't even know how to mess with that...
well I hope you fix it and make some kind of notice on the site or something, because it sounds like this was something that took a lot of work, and was great. Ima just keep binging til I've read this whole sucker through.
Guest (Guest) edit delete reply
I have found the problem with the interactive page - the image links have broken; the code itself works if the new image URLs are entered into the code.

There are two img tags with id's of img1 and img2. They're trying to show an image, e.g. "../files/ip/6-07.png", where the .. is the comic's URL.

Since there is no image at that path, nothing is shown. I assume that the site changed something about how images are stored, at some point.

I have no idea where the "hidden" second image is stored now.


Thanks for the great comics. I've blasted through two of your old works in a row, enjoyingg every minute, and there's so much heart in your works. You have a storyteller's soul. Your art has improved a lot, too. While your drawing skills are still far from Stjepan Sejic's, your stories have some of the same feel as his Sunstone, one of my favourite comic book stories ever. I hope you all the best in your life and career!