A little privacy, PLEASE!
From now on, I will open doors from the hinge-side.
My bathroom is pretty much like this after a trip to Taco Bell.
The screaming or the haunting memories left behind?
The repelling presence of evil claiming what I thought was my territory as its own.
That's how you know it's not authentic Mexican food: the real thing leaves a bathroom hygienically repulsive but spiritually clean.
this conversation just made my day.
I…may have screamed.
Gotta stop checking for updates at midnight.
I'm a big admirer of secrets myself.
Well, now im afraid to open doors. Thanks a lot.
Aww, look. He found a friend.
They could go on wacky adventures and solve mysteries together!
"I'M STEALING YOUR POOOOPS!"
It is four AM on new years day. I don't be need this, boozes got me shoes, why that scare look at me good
Aww, poor guy :( I have some paranoia about doors too, but at least mine stay in my head where they belong :P
Dooooooont forrrrrrrrrrrrrrrget to fluuuuuuuuuuuuush
Beautiful colors in this strip. And this is the first time I've noticed the background color between the panels being different – now I might have to go back & look at the rest of the strip so far & see what it's looked like before…
I know! The first few were innocent and light, and then darkness arrived, and now it's pretty and colorful. Too bad the content is still horrifying.
THERE SHE IS. Kris, I've been struggling over how to introduce people to a) my favorite strip of yours (this) and b) my favorite story of yours (you know) without spoiling spoilers. It might be safe now? What would you do, order-wise?
You can easily direct people to Curious Little Thing; this first arc of Broodhollow is only about… 1/3rd to 1/2 that story. I mean, to be honest, the Ichor Falls story didn't really have a narrative, it was just the presentation of a scary idea. Broodhollow is going to expand on it considerably, my friend, very considerably. It isn't much of a spoiler anymore.
I THOUGHT the title was familiar. I'm glad to see it expanded upon. It was one of my favourites… but then again, that whole site was one of my favourites.
It never did get taken to it's logical conclusion.
I'm surprised he doesn't sleep under the sheets! All the way under the sheets, with a flashlight and security blanket.
Or, perhaps, *this* is what happens when one doesn't fail the pattern, but succeed.
Kris, I'm curious, do you still draw all your stuff in Flash like you used to? I'm guessing there's a heavy Photoshop element to Broodhollow?
No Flash anymore, all Photoshop.
Do you find you miss line smoothing, or have you found a way to do it? Your lines in Broodhollow are smooth enough that I can't really tell.
My lineart is always really wobbly in Photoshop (though maybe it's the low-end tablet).
Slept in his clothes?
Reminds me of Emmanuel Swedenborg. Wrote a book about angels and during that time he was plagued by "shadowed presences" all over the place. He has that problem when he is awake the nightmares are still lurking in half opened doorways.
This strip is rendered in the colours of a livid bruise
Ah, I get it now. That is the "we're getting to her" person from this comic: http://broodhollow.chainsawsuit.com/2012/11/07/fa…
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I have- SEVERAL questions…
Zane, throwing yourself to your back in front of a stalker is not a good idea.
Because then you give a lot of ideas to a stalker who admires you.
….dayum can’t blame her. (LOL)
I knew it wasn’t irrational to check my bathroom for marauders every morning!