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    • Groupie'd

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      So Nero has been pesterin' me about promoting the comic more ('any' counts as more, doesn't it?) I've been reluctant to draw much attention to it (or y'know, be an attention whore in general) before it's really gone anywhere in the story, but since we're almost at the end of chapter 2 I finally caved and let 'im make a group.

      Of course there's still the old fan group that Samurai373 made (thx dude), while this new one's meant to be for the comic itself, run by Nero and I. (He keeps trying to call it 'official.' I am amused by this--he even made a spiffy image for it.)

      Although I'll keep posting regular updates in my journal here, I'll probably be deleting the threads in my image gallery in the next week or so, before shit gets redundant up in here.
      So! If you guys enjoy the comic and want to support it, y'all should join the group and watch it for all the new pages and weird extra shit we make between regular updates.

      </shameful self-promotion>

      ( smiley12.gif you guys)

    • RvB: Revolution Ch. 2, 15-18

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      'sup guys? Been a while, I know... Oh hey look! Birds!

      *posts comics and runs*

      - "Hey asshole, are you dead?" -







      (Yeah, I just meme'd my own post. You wanna fight about it?)

    • 7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic
    • Dear RvB Fandom

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      We need to talk. Go on, sit down, get comfortable.

      But first, I'd like to take a minute to point out that a couple of weeks ago a certain comic that Nero and I draw got a feature on Tuesday Stuff, and then earlier this week on RTCCotW, which is pretty frickin' awesome. You should check out both those groups if you haven't already, since they show off some really cool stuff from around the community.

      Okay, so you're comfy now? Good.

      Listen, about this Alpha thing...

      You need to let him go.

      Look, I missed him, too. He was a snarky, cynical, complete asshole and we all loved him for it, and I thought it sucked when he got EMP'd with all those other cool AI, as well. It's just that holding on to all these crackpot theories about Alpha still being alive or hidden away somewhere else--and don't lie, I've seen them floating around, you can't hide this shit from me--isn't doing anyone any good. It's just wishful thinking. It's not like the incident was a total loss, besides--Church isn't gone, right?

      So if Church is still here, as we all can't deny, what you're really telling me is that you have a problem with Epsilon. You don't think he's the "real" or "original" Church, or is in some other way inferior to the Alpha version, in either the way he acts or talks, or simply because he doesn't remember Blood Gulch.

      And that's the problem, here: that's all bullshit. Epsilon remembers Alpha, remembers Delta, remembers everybody--that's his job, it's what he does, and I'd even say Epsilon remembers Alpha better than Alpha freaking did, and do you know how?

      Do you remember that Freelancer off-site storage facility, where Tex was brought back in season 8? Did you notice how both Church and Tex seemed to have a lot more of their old selves together once they had bodies, particularly in their demeanor towards everyone else? They were getting backed-up information. That facility had archives of practically everything that's happened in the Freelancer Program; FILSS said so, it took Grif and Simmons less than a minute to see for themselves, and even Tex said it "didn't take long" to catch up on everyone's history on the site.

      So not only is Epsilon equipped with all of Alpha's memories before they were split, but he has memories of every fragment, and then the backed-up memories of Alpha's time in Blood Gulch, so arguably Epsilon is a more complete, fully-realized version of Church than Alpha ever was, even before he was fragmented. So suck on those apples.

      But y'know, even if you want to call bullshit at me, and say I'm the crackpot, it really just feels like you're missing the point. Remember what Wash told Church in Reconstruction about Tex, or what Delta told Wash, or what the theme of the entire Recollection series is about--the real moral of this fucked-up story, if you will?

      Memory is important. What's important is that you remember. Because no one's really dead so long as you do.


    • Meerkats and More

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      Hey piezanos, look forward to a four page comic update next week. Unless you're impatient; then you can grab a bite by clicking here.
      In the meantime, I've got a weekly dose of Good Shit(tm) to share:

      If there's anything that's bugged me since the start of the comic, it's my inability to draw Tucker's nose a consistent shape. (The other thing would probably be my inability to color the canyon walls the same color from page to page, but that's another rant.) Thing is that in his initial design, Tucker had a more narrow/sloping nose that I ended up constantly steering away from in the pages because that's a more feminine trait for chupas. The result has been some confusing over/under-compensation that's just a mess. So recently I sat down to try to drive him back towards my original idea, and this is what happened.

      Allow me to pimp Soup1065's journal for a mo'--he's got a link to a cool video there.

      So then I was reviewing another lame safety handout at work when I found this:
      You know, when the old company I worked for pulled out and this new one took over, I wasn't too happy with the change of management. But now that I know they endorse furries, I think they might be a'right.

      On a different note, anyone familiar with Thomas Newman knows he's composed some very beautiful, atmospheric music that you might've heard in the movies. "Any Other Name" is a particular favorite of mine, and as it happened someone on youtube set it (surprisingly well) to the ending of Halo 3.

      And finally, some of you might recall Drunk Tank #123 mentioning a BBQ restaurant by Jack's (almost) name, along with some less-than-complimentary discussion of the cities of Orange and Beaumont. As a resident of Orange, a worker in Beaumont and a member of the Rooster Teeth community, I feel obligated to visit "Jack Patillo's Bar-B-Q" and investigate whether or not the cuisine lives up to Jack's (spelled slightly different) name.

      Hopefully I shall report my findings soon.

    • RvB: Revolution Ch. 2, 13-14

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      You know what they say: it's always easier to draw things you like. And this week I learned that I like the Halo pistol, for purely bullshit artistic reasons.
      Take that, other guns I don't like drawing.



      It's a shame Church isn't in the building, so-to-speak. I bet he'd be getting a kick out of this power trip.

    • Stalling

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      This coming week's comic update might be a lil' late, which is my bad. Have I mentioned I don't like drawing guns? Still, I hope the results'll be worth it.

      In the meantime...


    • RvB: Revolution Ch. 2, 11-12

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      Since I do so much artwork (especially comics) at work--hell, I call it a perk--I ocassionally get caught at it. It's always fun to try to explain--not why I'm drawing at work, but what the hell I'm drawing ("space hippos" rarely suffices as an answer, for some reason.)
      The next question I usually get asked is whether or not I make any money by my art, and when I reply no, what comes after is, "Seems like a waste of your talent."

      And I realize it's a well-meaning compliment, but really? How come anything that isn't turning a profit is a waste of time in our society? I just love drawing and telling stories. In fact, I only consider my "day job" a means to that end. Hell, I'd live in a cardboard box so long as it has a scanner and internet access to post comics.

      ...And a skylight. Bitches love skylights.

      (psst Chris that thing I'm sending you today is not a cardboard box. Probably.)



      Tucker's luck is only improving.

    • RvB: Revolution Ch. 2, 9-10

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      Guess what, amigos?

      I've got twenty watchers, that's right. Here's a celebratory Caboose for all you kool kats (because we all know k's are cooler than c's and sit at the table with all the real cool kids--but not the d's, they're just dicks):

      No, Caboose, look at the camera. The camera, it's right--oh forget it. This is as close as we're gonna get.

      In other news, the very cool SailorTweek has started a group that everyone should check out and chip in, even just once. No special skills or artistry required, I promise--only need to bring the fun.
      (And I'm slacking off there already, but only since I've been too busy updating this comic. That has to give me an ironic exemption, right?)



      RIP Tucker's rock. And... tree next to Tucker's rock.

    • RvB: Revolution Ch. 2, 5-8

      7 years ago

      Myshu chupariffic

      What's up, guys?
      If you check out the comic's website, you'll see the front page got a bit of an upgrade. And lookie there, a character page (as if these poor rejects needed any introduction.)

      "Brown Chicken, Black Cow"
      By the way, anybody who doesn't want to be left hanging this chapter better stop reading right about...





      Oh, shit.

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