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Quote from: stewartsage on June 04, 2014, 12:29:35 AMThat last panel reminds me a lot of a certain forum member....
Quote from: stewartsage on June 04, 2014, 12:29:35 AMYeah, SCOPE's had to (try) try and murder some fools before. She's pretty much the entire family's stern mother whether they like it or not. That includes some maternal interest in the later Crays as well even if they aren't strictly speaking family.
Quote from: stewartsage on June 04, 2014, 12:29:35 AMThat last panel reminds me a lot of a certain forum member....Yeah, SCOPE's had to (try) try and murder some fools before. She's pretty much the entire family's stern mother whether they like it or not. That includes some maternal interest in the later Crays as well even if they aren't strictly speaking family.
Quote from: Bella on June 04, 2014, 12:49:46 AMThis is .... beautiful ...Multics' "IT IS ON" reaction in the final panel of part three made my heart smile, and her response to Cray in the beginning of Part 4 drives home the point that she's no pushover, even if she's currently being employed as a servant! Cray's flippant attitude (and troll-lol-lol expressions ^^;) in panels 2 & 3 seems fitting of someone of her power (and, I daresay, arrogance), although I think she seriously underestimates how dangerous Multics can get when she's angry! (And I really like the full-view of Multics' dress in panel 3. I've been wanting to draw a full body pic of Multics; I may have to use your dress concept. It looks really good!)On one hand, Multics' dramatic (hammy? ^__^;) delivery in the last two panels is both hilarious AND appropriate. Multics has a deep love of aesthetics and beauty and Cray's insults would count as nothing short as an affront to some of her most cherished ideals. I love how the bold lighting in the last panel emphasizes the tension of the moment — i'm very much anticipating the next installation!
QuoteSetting: At the Vintage Federation, many of the Vintage-tans are gathered around to watch RSTS show off her strength, but PDP-1 ends up embarrassing her. Panel 1: RSTS is lifting weights, while many of the Vintage-tans watch, and look in awe.Panel 2: Front-view of the crowd PDP-1: She's always been very strong, and trained hard. I'm so proud of her!Panel 3: PDP-1: Oh, but I remember when RSTS needed help with the most trivial things! This went on for years! ^_^Panel 4: RSTS: *loses concentration, drops weight* Panel 5: [Flashback to circa 1971-72, a young RSTS-tan runs to DOS-11, with a peanut butter jar in hand] DOS-11! I need help opening this! Panel 6: DOS-11: *muttering* Oh for fuck's sake, you're in service now! Panel 7: [Flashback to 1985; RSTS got promoted by this time, as RSTS was a full-featured OS by this time] PDP-1 (narrating): Even after being promoted to major, she still needed help with the same things! VMS: You're now a major, and been in service for nearly 15 years, and still need help with this? RSTS: Yes...Panel 8: VMS: Dammit... *opens jar*Panel 9: [back to the present] RSTS: This is why I don't visit my my family very often. -_-
Quote from: Penti-chan on May 01, 2019, 10:42:56 PMTBH, I once had an idea for 2k-tan and 10-tan meeting, and just being like "...who are you?"(reason: I setup 10 and 2000 to dual boot, for fun; the latter being one the oldest Windows versions I could get to seamlessly dual-boot with 10, without hardware incompatibilities on either side)
Quote from: Halian on May 02, 2019, 01:38:49 AMA UNIX Family reunion, perhaps? or IRIX-hime and Amiga-tan running across one another?