Ah Enko, I love this little scene of yours.
Maybe I’ll write in some more about her in Book 4…
Something that’s always bugged me, which crops up somewhat in frame six here, is relative gravity in space with a collision. Like, in Star Trek, the ships have artificial gravity, so the people inside are pulled down to the relative bottom of the ship, relative to that ship. What bugs me then is when the ship is hit by something, and the entire ship shakes, including the people inside, despite the fact that, relative to the ship, they shouldn’t move. If Earth were to spin off into space, we wouldn’t be flung off, basically (unless there was some very serious rotation involved).
If someone can explain that to me and understand what, exactly, I’ve just typed, I’d be very grateful.
Oh boy has it been a busy weekend for me, make a fairly intricate comic and get a large chunk (If not the entire remainder) of my English coursework done. You may recall my pendrive erased itself with a similarly large chunk of said coursework on it a while back.
But of course this is not the place to whine and moan of my personal and private issues, usually at least. This is the place where you see a new comic, and this time we’re back with this colourful duo in the vast reaches of space.
Having literally zero experience in dating, it’s a further stretch for me to think up how a lesbian date would proceed. I certainly imagine that both participants wouldn’t be wearing dresses, but who knows?
And of course, Rain is hardly the average person, lesbian or straight, and that’s definitely the first reaction she’d have with any beautiful waterfall.
I’ve become more and more enamoured with Garry’s Mod as the week has progressed, but I’ve noticed I’ve acquired more control and restraint over how much time I spend on it.
Thank heck, because it means my production rates have almost stabilised entirely.
And on that note, I need a few volunteers.
So yesterday was “DM Day”, the D&D national holiday in rememberance and celebration of the life of Ernest Gary Gygax, co-creator and driver of Dungeons & Dragons, thus defining a massive tonne of the 20th century.
For me it’s just a very melancholic day on the calendar. For the exact same reason.
I wouldn’t be doing this if it weren’t for EGG.