Scary stuff

An old unpublished page, repurposed as filler.

I hope you're not hating me for posting so many fillers lately.

The truth is I don't have any pages ready and I'm out of ideas, which isn't quite normal.

But I can at least post a few pages on my other comics, as some of you have asked about them, thank you for that.

I've noticed that some of the automatic comment reply notifications that some of you request are not being send at all. I've been using a free service that doesn't seem to be as trustworthy as gmail used to be, sorry about that.

8 replies to “Scary stuff”

  1. gigantes

    Fillers work for me.  It's not like the storylines are complicated or deep, anyway.

    There's also the fact that many a fine comic has moved from story-mode to single strip and back again as the situation warranted.  Plus, creativity flows how it flows, right?

    Some months ago I seem to recall brainstorming a few ideas for future adventures, like a road trip.  I can see it being hard having to do everything yourself.

    • Inkdolls

      That helps. I originally improvised a longer story that I later arranged as 22 chapters. Then it has turned into shorter stories that I've been trying too hard to tie up as part of a larger one, but they've aquired a life of their own as they are.

      I guess you're right that creativity doesn't flow quite continuously.

      Thanks for your suggestions, I was thinking of bringing back the thieves anyway. A change of scenery can bring interesting situations, but a road trip as such may not be on the horizon.


  2. That's grandmas for you. It looks better shorter anyway :D

    • Inkdolls

      It would be chaos if characters just start arbitrarily changing their looks.

  3. jamie59

    But the continuity error is she hasn't forgotten her cloths yet.

    • Inkdolls

      I'm not going to say Sabina is a model of modesty, but it's a bit of an exaggeration to attribute to her such extreme forgetfulness.

  4. edcentric

    Nice fit in here.

    • Inkdolls

      It's an old page I turned into parody.