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Drowning in the Wake, page 16

26th Aug 2013, 5:49 PM in Drowning in the Wake
Drowning in the Wake, page 16

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Zomburai 26th Aug 2013, 5:49 PM edit delete
Dun - dun - dunnnn!

Sorry this update is late, everybody! (Well, later in the day than I like, not late-late.)

I'm going to have another big announcement on Friday regarding Chapter 6! In the meantime, though, in case you missed it, here's Friday's big announcement:

Want to help support EverydayAbnormal?

You can help!

I am now offering commission work! I'm offering the best quality of art that I can manage. I want to make that piece of art you've always wanted to see, that bonus art that you've wanted to give your readers, that cover for your book, that desktop image to make your computer look awesome... whatever it is. I want to create unique, one-of-a-kind art for you.

(I am really uncomfortable making sales pitches, but what else can I do here?)

I'm offering:

B&W sketches for $5: Something like this

Finished B&W art for $15 (as in the style of finished EverydayAbnormal art)

Color art for $40: In the style of this or this!

I'm also available for graphic design (such as logos and layouts) and comic pages. If you're interested, we'll negotiate some numbers based on what you're looking for.

I hope you take advantage of this! I'm excited to be working for you.

If you're interested in commissioning a piece, private message me at ComicFury by clicking my username link, or private message me through the EverydayAbnormal Facebook page!

Thank you very much for reading (both the comic and this little pitch)!


Nightsky 26th Aug 2013, 6:12 PM edit delete reply
Oh my, I wonder where this twist is going?

Also, as I read the article I recalled how he'd sat in his car in shock for three panels after comforting one of the victims' daughter. There's just a tiny grain of truth in the second paragraph—probably the first time that's happened.
Zomburai 27th Aug 2013, 4:46 AM edit delete reply
Turns out Rich is capable of human emotion. Who knew?
Nightsky 27th Aug 2013, 4:06 PM edit delete reply
Judging by the aforementioned three panels of shock, he probably didn't know either.
Zomburai 27th Aug 2013, 4:40 PM edit delete reply
When his dog died, he kept demanding to know who would have the audacity to chop onions at a time like this.
KarToon12 26th Aug 2013, 7:40 PM edit delete reply
Shocking development! D:

And that's awesome! As soon as I think of something, I'll have to take you up on your offer! :D

Also, this guy kinda' looks like Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction. XD
Zomburai 27th Aug 2013, 4:49 AM edit delete reply
Cue Shyamalan yelling "What a twist!"

And I'll be happy to work on whatever you've got, 'Toon! :D

The Jules Winnfield similarity was really noticable at the sketch stage. I originally drew him with a slightly bigger afro, and it was like "Okay, this dude's just doing a Pulp Fiction cosplay," so I changed it. :P