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The Continuing Adventures of Gordon Frohman

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Issue_049

Posted by Norman Black on September 8, 2009 at 2:25 AM

 

Sorry for the delay on this one. More computer trouble. One of my graphics cards died and it took me a while to figure out it wasn't a driver issue. Anyway, here's the comic.

 

 

We're nearing the end of Frohman's time underground, and I was planning on having him be reunited with the Combine that had abandoned him, but I wasn't sure how. I ended up having him stumble into them and have them try to kill him. The "CHUNK" sound in panel 4 is supposed to be the spotlight in panel 6 turning on. I wasn't sure what kind of sound effect to use, so I just went with that. However, it still doesn't sound right.

 

 

Although I did notice when I was putting the comic together that I probably should have showed the antlion dying and blood coming out of it in the second to last panel rather than just having it sit there. That could have been done way better. Also, in the last panel you can see a white dot over the "spotlight" (really just a lamp) that I really should have spotted before leaving Gmod. This part of the level is pitch black and working by flashlight alone is a pain in the ass so I put up some lights to help me see, unfortunately, I forgot to delete that one, so you can still see it hanging in the background. I was thinking of photoshopping it out, but I don't think I could.

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2 Comments

Reply Mike
5:29 PM on September 9, 2009 
Man, if Chris had half of your insecurities, he wouldn't get through a month's worth of comics! Relax broseph, the comic's fine. This update is especially welcome given Chris's latest death.
Reply Midget52
3:53 AM on September 11, 2009 
I have to agree with Mike. Relax, the comics are awesome. If they weren't, why do people keep coming back? Anyway, nice job. The "Chunk!" really does convey the appropriate noise.