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ElectricGecko's avatar
I like them mountains.  Them's some properly drawn summertime BC mountains.
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RomanJones's avatar
RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
I learned how to draw simple mountains from watching lots of Bob Ross.
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ElectricGecko's avatar
The best of teachers.
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Girlysprite's avatar
You know, this reminds me a bit of the plot of the movie cars 2: Big guy creating the new big biological fuel to replace fossil fuels, bad accidents happen to the race-cars using it, and in the end it was revealed to be a ploy to discredit biofuels, set up by cars owning new big oilfields.  
So masking yourself as your opposition to discredit it. 

Luckily, this is loads better than cars 2 though. 

On a sidenote; I love the extra detail of Corelle's hair, all the texture, highlight and shading. 
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RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
I am humbled. 
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Beginneratart|Hobbyist General Artist
I mean, I'd be glad if I figured some hidden secret right as well. It's nice to see that she can lighten the mood. 
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RomanJones's avatar
RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
She's good at that :3
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Beginneratart|Hobbyist General Artist
She'd be the rose among thorns :D
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Midnights-Starlight's avatar
Midnights-Starlight|Student General Artist
Not exactly the response I expected, either, but still not the best situation
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RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
Indeed
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AnnieManga|Student General Artist
While a part of me is glad that Corelle is safe and sound, another part of me feels suspicious:

Pro-Noia owning Back to Basics makes sense, what better way to be (in)famous and control your company's image than to own both your company and your opposes.

But they weren't supposed to go after Corelle; she's a child and a newbie and ended up getting caught in the crossfire even before she was hired by Quen and the others.

So it appears to me that Pro-Noia has control of the entire chessboard, and Zach was a pawn that went rogue. So they had to put him down.

That just leaves Emily Gahn and we don't yet know what her motivations are, whether her planned humiliation of Corelle and protest against Pro-Noia is based on the rumors spread by others or because she actually knows exactly what goes in that company. For now, all we know is that she hurt Corelle and the fact that she's alive may make her a bigger threat than Zach.
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RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
Man, you're good at predicting stuff. 
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AnnieManga|Student General Artist
Wait, that means I guessed right about something, too?!
GIF STVFOE - Gasp
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Seanfall's avatar
First Panel: Awwww she looks so happy. The rest: Wow this is not the reaction I expected. My assumption here is the Pro-Noia owns B2B for a simple reason: Make their opposition seem as crazy as possible. It's why they let people like...okay I can't remember his name Ugly Hat Guy plan and hold rallies like that B2B is a smear campaign against people who would call the company out. 'Oh so your against Pro-Noia too your just like those B2B crazies.' Another thought is it's to put all of their enemies in the same group to monitor them all at once. 
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RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
That's pretty spot on, actually.
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dragondoodle|Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG I love her reaction there :love: Awesome page, you do well making static conversations interesting to look at :nod: :aww:
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RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
Thank you! IT'S REALLY FREAKING HARD!!!
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dragondoodle|Hobbyist Digital Artist
It is! :nod: The one time I tried it . . . wasn't so successful, one character in the background was obviously fidgety :XD:
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MrRemoraman|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Dang she got something right....fantastic..
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RomanJones|Professional Digital Artist
It's a great feeling
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TwilightHomunculus|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I just remembered part of a dream I had last night where there was a comic page with another Back to Basics protest and there was this background character with a sign that read,"we aren't actually owned by pronoia" and i read the line in my head in the same tone as,"pay no attention to the man behind the curtain". I chucked to myself and that's all I remember.
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AnnieManga|Student General Artist
That's actually pretty hilarious!! Do you think you might draw this?
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TwilightHomunculus|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't. maybe i will doodle it if the thought came to me and I was bored but the image I have in my head is pretty much the crowd shot in this page,' Serious Engineering - Ch. 6: Real - page 17 by RomanJones ," with like maybe one or two extra signs and less harsh visuals and a better view of the crowd
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insanity-pillz|Professional General Artist
Corelle: I got a thing right? Sparkly Mabel 
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