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Volter's New Weapon Pt.2

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Dave & Carl #488 - 'Volter's New Weapon Pt.2'

"Look on the bright side, the file size isn't so high anymore!"

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Potato's are a prime species - immune to low quality, and alcohol, and who knows what else... seems like a (hy)breed of greatness! And the adventure starts...

-cd-



No!Bad quality!AAAAAAAAAAAAAA!My only weakness!



Neato!



Cool how you still kept Dave and Carl in their low resolution selves even while in good quality looking locations, I'm a bit curious of how you did that, actually. Did you draw it first then converted it to a jpg with low quality, afterwards made it a png once again with transparent background to add on top of the comic or?

I don't think I ever noticed Potatoman was Irish, thank good for that Irish doorstep and neato for you for referencing a previous comic in this one, gives it a feel of continuity that's often missing in your comics, like when either of the protagonists get maimed/killed.


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ChazDude responds:

I copied and pasted Dave and Carl onto a seperate canvas (using paint.net's magic wand tool) and saved it as a .jpeg, then I posted it back into the main file.

And a bit of continuity is nice every now and then.


I'm still unsure if that's his real hair or just some sort of Huck Finn-style straw hat.


ChazDude responds:

Oh don't worry, there's weirder hair out there c:

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ChazDude
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Jul 28, 2016 | 12:25 PM EDT
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1700 x 2338 px
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