Spots. So many spots.

Kitty, your head's on backwards there in the second last panel. You might wanna look to that.

I tell you what, though, it is useful having two feline models at your disposal when trying to create a feline character. My kitties are pretty short and stocky in comparison, but the parts and movements are all there. They don't much like me poking at their rib cages and groping their shoulder blades, though. Funny, that.

Comic class is great. It is definitely changing my process. Shamus and I just bought a tabloid size printer so I can start doing my roughs in Photoshop and printing them out to do cleanup, lettering, and inks. The most exciting thing is that it means than I won't have to redraw a single character's head 20 times to get it the right size and the right location. So awesome. So. Awesome.

Yay Back. Yay kitty.

It's wonderawesome to see story progressing. Friend kitty is great! You can always trust a kitty. Felines will never stab you in the back. They're good like that. OK, I just have a grudge against dogs and love kitties more. Also, Yay buffer!

re: Yay kitty

Amy, I don't know how many cats you know in real life, but the ones I know will always, forever, infallibly stab you in the back. Humans are good for food, heat-generation and the throwing of toys, and that's about it.

Of course, I don't actually own any talking cats, so ymmv.

kitty dispositions

Mine just says "mreow" with slight variance. A cat will never slobber on me though. And that counts for a lot in my books. The kitty cuddles are a bonus. Mine is just curled up on the blanket watching me type. I shall hope Sashka's friend kitty leaves few to no holes in him and rewards him with feline hugs and friendship.

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