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Meiling gets booked for a shrinking experiment by Koirvon Meiling gets booked for a shrinking experiment by Koirvon
Patchouli figures out a nice way to keep track on her extremely tiny spell experiments, by using the thickness of a single page of one of her books as a good starting point; since the average thickness of a page is less than 0.1mm. Unfortually for poor Meiling here, such a size is going to be massive for her soon, as the egde of the page expands and stretches out before her, due to the insanely huge librarian behind her still shrinking her down smaller, and smaller and smaller....

hmm, 150th submission? Best make it some silly size-comparasion concept where someone gets shrunk down a million times smaller.
(who knows, maybe this is what happens if meiling loses against patchouli on her first stage in 12.3?)
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TinyKnightmares Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014
I would love to see some other views and angles of this one.
MihokoPuff Featured By Owner May 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I still don't exactly get it.
CatadioptricTrap Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Is it bad that in 12.3, Patchouli is the only boss that ever gives me any trouble in Meiling's story?
Koirvon Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Not at all, its one of those odd examples of first stages that end up being harder than the others.
(it least this wasn't one of Patchouli's spell cards ingame...)
PachiPachy Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Ah, I'd never thought about the thickness of a book page in a shrink scenario.
I couldn't quite tell where Meiling is at the bottom panel, but the concept is still nice~
Koirvon Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Was just another silly micro scene that was floating about in my mind for a while, was orgionally going to have Meiling slightly bigger, using the page as a tightwalk, but the fetishy thoughts kicked in, and wanted to see Patchouli much, much bigger to her.

I had a seperate object planted though the book to give it an actual width for the page for the first panel, both it and meiling are invisable on the bottom panel, I had a tiny arrow pointing at a location on the thin page, but I probally should have made it more clear or had a zoom in circle with meiling on it or something (can always do it next time)
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