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Notos 28th Jun 2015, 3:26 AM edit delete
Thanks to everyone that voted, the winner for the Q&A segment is Mackie Cross, Galvin's stubborn sister, manager of Cross Auto. Stop by next Sunday to ask your questions.

This is the last hiatus package, the remainder of the hiatus schedule is as follows;

July 5 - Ask Mackie Part 1 - Ask your Questions!
July 12 - Ask Mackie Part 2 - Answers!
July 19 - Chapter 7: Reconnect Title page
July 26th - Chapter 7: Reconnect Page 1
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Feare909 28th Jun 2015, 4:25 AM edit delete reply
AHHH! Oh my God, Vinni was stabbed in the shower!!!

... OH! Oh, that's uh... Just pink dye... I-I knew that!
Notos 28th Jun 2015, 7:30 PM edit delete reply
The color could change the context for so many situations for that panel..
chris-tar 28th Jun 2015, 4:42 AM edit delete reply
I wanted to ask you a question about Flash.
In Adobe Illustrator, whenever I use a Wacom tablet, no matter what settings I use, the lines I draw never retain their original shape after I finish drawing them: they seem to "spring" into a new less defined shape after I complete a line or stroke. Does drawing in Flash have this same problem? Or do the lines you draw remain fixed in their original position after you are done drawing them?
Do you know what I am talking about?
This is why I draw most everything in bitmap programs like Sai, or Photoshop for instance. Raster art programs give me more control over my lines.
Just curious why you chose Flash to illustrate your drawings and if maybe you don't encounter this problem when you are using it.
Notos 28th Jun 2015, 7:32 PM edit delete reply
I'm not terribly familiar with Illustrator, but in Flash there is a 'Smoothing' slider for the brush tool that will automatically 'smooth' out a line after drawing it. If you have the slider set very high it could dramatically change the shape of the line after drawing it. I set mine to 50, so there isn't a dramatic change, but still maintains a bit of smoothing for a cleaner looking line. Illustrator might have a similar feature somewhere.
John 28th Jun 2015, 9:54 AM edit delete reply
Hi Mackie!

Um, just a few questions. I noticed Galvin paying your rent. I gather he does that a lot. Does he do that because the auto-shop is struggling financially?
Following from that, would Galvins full-time assistance make it more profitable?

Completely seperate question; any prospects on the romantic horizen for you?
Notos 28th Jun 2015, 7:33 PM edit delete reply
Remember, questions are next Sunday, feel free to post it again then.
justkeepondriving 28th Jun 2015, 9:08 PM edit delete reply
yay Mackie! Time for some goss about Galvin! >:P
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