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  Simon -

I love the animated panel. Very cool.

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  Marcos -

Wow, amazing... Great work... Love the moon...
The animation panel enter very smooth in the story, great transition...

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  Jordan -

Is that the blackhole from Interstellar? -> http://goo.gl/KF7YzW

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  Skarfester -

Brilliant. Each new episode is better than the previous one.

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  PrinzEnrique -

I would like to send you some money via Flattr but you still don't have buttons ;)

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  TheFaico -

Wow! Les dessins améliorent encore à chaque épisode
Le .gif a été fait avec Blender?
Je crois qui'il y a juste un pétit erreur typographique: la case où Pepper cherche Carotte sous le lit elle dit "Amazing ?" avec un signe d'interrogation et il devrait être "Amazing!"
J'espère bientôt les fichiers source. Bon travail!

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  Tharinda -

Amazing ! I really like that Gif image. I was wondering how did you create that GIF (From krita?) ??... It seems like that there are lots of secrets hidden in Krita, than I thought. Or is it created from Gimp ?. Thank you David specially for inspiring us.

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  Deburger -

:) *thumbs_up*

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  Grunt -

Oh, wow. Ok, only one question: How far are you with that cover?

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  Steminist -

What a rampant example of sexism.
Of course, how could a woman understand a genius.

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  David REVOY OP , -

Thanks all !

@Jordan : Yes, it's a little cameo to the blackhole of Interstellar and the '5th dimension' . ;-)

@PrinzEnrique : oh Flattr button, still on my to-do list ( long long to-do list) thanks for the reminder :)

@TheFaico : Oui, les 'frames' du gif sont faites sous Blender, puis assemblé sous Gimp pour l'export GIF. Merci pour avoir remarqué 'Amazing?' , il faut que je corrige ça bientôt.

@Tharinda : The gif frames are done with Blender, and then the gif is done from the frames in Gimp ( a good export to gif ). :-)

@Grunt : Oh, the cover ; still 0% :D I was sick last week, and my to-do list exploded xD

@Steminist : ... Please no ... don't accuse this to be sexism , I'm working a lot to make Pepper an exemplary character. She doesn't get what Carrot writes on the black board because they live in a fantasy medieval world and she focus to read 'a word' not something like math ; not because she is a woman. My story setup is in medieval fantasy ; no car, no planes, etc... about a witch, old house... isn't it obvious ? that really steal me all energy to be accused of sexism ... :-(

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  JA12 -

Nice work again.

Don't mind about the sexism comment. People see what they want to see and they will see sexism if that's what they're looking for. Although if that is the case, weren't looking hard enough - There's a female cat high above male cat and looking very happy about it *gasp* :D Ridiculous.

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  David REVOY OP , -

@JA12 : Hehe, thank you JA12 ;-)

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  Redd -

So...
Care to elaborate on that last panel? Or is it just a nod to Dresden Codak and nothing more?

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  David REVOY OP , -

@Redd : Hi, I don't know what you are talking about, and I'm curious about it ; please tell me more. On my last panel, I just show a side effect of the ruined potion-of-genius affecting a group of ants ; and the ants discovering advanced concept like geometry ; nothing less, nothing more. I might play with the over-intelligent ants later in the story, but no plan for it now.

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  Redd -

Dresden Codak is a webcomic about a very smart girl who has things happen and then she builds her own cybernetic prosthetics to replace her legs and left arm and eye. It's pretty slow with one new page coming out once every couple of months but since the artist started a patreon as well, that should pick up.
As to why I brought this up, that orange symbol to the left in the last panel is referred to as "the rising sun" throughout the series (or cyborg pride on merchandise) and so that's just what I recognized that as. That being said, I encourage everyone to take a look at this comic anyway.
http://dresdencodak.com/

Also David, I admire your work and commend your use of open source software as well as your creative commons licensing and plan to be a contributor of your patreon soon.

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  David REVOY OP , -

@Redd : Oh thanks for the details ; good to know, I'll read this comic, thanks. In the last panel this symbol is just the windows of Pepper's house, I designed this type of windows this way on the previous episode, because I like circular/rounded windows :-) It's fun it can look like a symbol of another comic. Thanks for your comment and for reading.

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  Stephen -

I love your style. Thank you so much for sharing your art and informations about your workflow.

I want to try Linux and the tools you are describing but I'm curious which one I should try. Can you please share some thoughts? I have a Wacom Intuos4 XL tablet.

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  David REVOY OP , -

@Stephen : Hi Stephen, Thanks for the feedback for my style :-)
If you just start on Linux, I advice Linux Mint Cinnamon ( then Linux Mint KDE if you look for more options )
Here I like the Gnome desktop, but unfortunately it doesn't works well on all Ubuntu based distribution because of internal community war/politic/technical jibi jaba ... and other Linux distribution than 'buntu ( Open Suse, Fedora, Arch/Manjaro ) are not that user friendly , so it might be a hard start if I advice them. Have fun with Mint :-)

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  Enchantress -

reminds me of 5th dimension of Interstellar... ohhhh its totally coolll.. love the concept and love that poor witch...

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  Garry Osgood -

Oooooh... Last panel...
An homage to H. G. Wells "The Food of the Gods" ? No, no, no! Don't tell (you won't, anyway)! More than half the fun is seeing where P&G go next, but a replay of the 'slovenly' Mr & Mrs Skinner can be a lot of fun. And as for portrayals of various ethnic, gender, and national groups, I expect you to treat us left-handers with all the respect we think we deserve, too. And orange cats. I don't want you to offend an orange cat anywhere! And as for people who part their hair down the middle... ?

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  susandevy -

wow this is really awesome ! (standing ovation)
I noticed that you had developed the body gesture and facial expression of Pepper,
also I LOL so hard when Carrot flied at the black hole ! :-))

I never thought that a digital comic could have this collaboration of Gimp, G'mic, Krita and Blender !
all and all, keep all the amazing work, and can't wait for the next comic :)

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  JJSegura -

Excellent, as always. Super nice work.
I will also add that you are inspiring me to move to free software. I am learning Blender right now and inkscape will come soon.

Do not pay any attention to a that comment about sexism. It takes a really twisted mind to see any sexism here. Some people just love to mess around and create problems.

You will have to learn to deal with them as you get more and more known thanks to your wonderful comic.

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  David REVOY OP , -

Haha, many thanks JJSegura , Susan , Garry and Enchantress for the nice comments !

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  Leandro Prestes -

I can not stop laughing... rsrsrs
You are great!

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  Zack -

Did you put the rising sun symbol in the last panel as a reference to Dresden Codak (http://www.dresdencodak.com) or is it coincidence? I'll love this comic even more if it is!!!

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  David REVOY OP , -

@Leandro Prestes : Thanks !

@Zack : Haha, I think someone on the comment already pointed this to me ; but no, coincidence ( and just the pattern of the windows of Pepper's house in the background ) . I still have to start to read Dresden Codak, it sounds super cool. :)

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