Started by C-Chan, June 11, 2008, 10:03:42 PM
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QuoteMore like 70% really. If I gave it 100%, I would've had it shaded too. ^^;
QuoteBut I know you wanted to do that last time -- besides, I'd rather just get the story moving along. I'm trying to brainstorm ways to shorten the original ending even more. In fact, I'm gearing towards having Fedora-chan be a little more... shall we say, "proactive". ^.^
QuoteNope,... she's just a hardcore business woman, that's all. ^__^And in business, the "You Snooze, You Lose" rule still applies, more so for the subordinates. ^^'
QuoteThank you. ^__^Not sure if those tags exist in Fark or not ("Hungry", "Happy", "Psycho", etc) -- if you can find out, let me know so I can get the right colors. ^^
QuoteAlso, this wasn't really what I had in mind when I said I wanted to draw OSR 2.1-sama, but at least it's a good placeholder while I get the rest of the comic done. After that,... who knows... maybe I'll.... "extend" my OSR 2.5-sama portraiture. ^.^
QuoteBTW, did you get the Weeners reference? ^____^
QuoteWait...wut....is that sum chibi Unix-sama?
QuoteThe Goddess might be fine with this, but I'd watch my back for a crazed Slackware-chan if I were you.
QuoteThis is a really adorable panel, though! All the characters are cute (though, in honesty, HP-UX-tan looks a but like Unixware-tan).
QuoteI love all the little details like Duke hiding behind Solaris-san
QuoteIRIX-tan carrying the Unix staff/Festivus pole
QuoteAnd in the background--are those a bunch of flaming arrows and lasers being shot at Redhat-tan's sleigh?
QuoteAll in all, one of my favorite panels to date! I wonder why...?
QuoteHahaha! Unix-sama is unaware of that she was naughty that year! Unless... she really DID ask for coal!
QuoteI'm going to try and celebrate Festivus this year! I tried to last year with my family but they didn't like it T_T
QuoteYou mean the Slackware-chan who's stuck in an airship, busy helping UNIX-sama coordinate Project Santa? Yeah, this is UNIX-sama's "Me" time, and she's making the best of it. ^^;
QuoteI actually began this panel a few weeks ago, and simply resumed it yesterday. In that time, I obviously got all the names confused. ^^; AIX-tan is actually supposed to be HP UX-tan. And HP UX-tan is actually supposed to be Unixware-tan. Probably easier if you just squash me now and get it over with. ^___________^; In any event, I've got some massive color corrections to do. -v-;
QuoteI want to promolgate the notion that Duke-kun lives on Solaris-sama (much like the DSL's live in Mac-tan's apple), and just pops out randomly from time to time. ^^
QuoteNope, a bit more down to earth (UNIX-sama isn't one to dwell on fancy weapons, after all). ^^
QuoteThe thin orange tracers are standard Anti-Aircraft gun shells, the blue orbs are kinetic energy weapon projectiles, the objects tagging her are a salvo of Surface-to-Air missiles, and all the black smoke in the sky is just plain ol' flak. I'm guessing the flak could use a little blurring. ^___^ Actually, UNIX-sama can't be blamed ENTIRELY for the going-away "party". A lot of hard-lined Unix-tans would absolutelY JUMP at the opportunity to make RedHat-san.......... uncomfortable. ^^;
QuoteSpeaking of wondering,... did you notice that all of UNIX-sama's daughters are bearing the exact same "please-kill-me-NAU" expression? ^________^
QuoteBWAHA! I don't think she has to ask for it,... she's always naughty enough to get it every year. Sort of a family tradition by now. ^____^;
QuoteThe expressions are wonderful and Christmas Tree-tan is a hilarious prisoner!
QuoteOooh, I like how it looks a lot better now! Good job!
QuoteYou meant Linux-sama in the first line, right?
QuoteBut I bet Unix-sama is happy with coal. The Unixesâ€™ first choice of gift to her was probably going to be gift-wrapping Slackware-chan and offering her as Unix-samaâ€™s indentured servant for a week. And oh yes--Slack-chan would offer all her services, including but not limited to: [freakin HUEG list -- I can probably use a French maid, btw... ^__~]But then I guess they figured that would be more of a gift to Slack-chan than Unix-sama XD
QuoteOh shi--that baby pyramid head thingy lives on her O__Oâ€™
QuoteI also want to promulgate the idea that Solaris-sama has magnetic generating/manipulating powers, but Iâ€™m gonna save it for the Theories thread
QuoteThatâ€™s the CIOSTâ€™s job, right?
QuoteUnix-sama...naughty? And chibi-fied? And cute!? Something--not--computing--!But hey, coal over a pipe-smoking, gift-wrapped crazy fangirl any day @__@
QuoteThank you Siya-san! Yes, even as she's en route (perhaps unknowingly) for some good ol' fashioned Unix interrogation, Christmas Tree-tan still manages to put on a wonderful little smile. Guess it's easy when you're job is to be a viral christmas ornament. ^^
QuoteAnd that's also a double-edged sword -- when Slack-chan is not glued to the Goddess, she has a habit of annoying the hell out of her daughters [inadvertently of course, but they don't realize that]. ^____^
QuoteIn retrospect, that doesn't read quite right, does it? ^.^' Let's just clarify that Duke-kun lives in her dress pocket (when she wears that elegant yellow gown), or behind her hair (when she wears her waitress attire).
QuoteWell I did used to think that one of her powers would be the manipulation of solar flares, which she could use to toast her opponents from above. The ability to create temporary gaps in earth's magnetic field would probably help better explain how she "dun it". -v-
QuoteCorrect! Although thanks to the small real-estate in the panels, not sure if I can show that off very well in the CIOST panel. -.-
QuoteI get the other heretical transgressions.... but who ever said she was cute? ^__________^ .... *freaks and panics as it starts raining boots* ;^0^;
QuoteWhat was that comment about the French Maid? Youâ€¦you dirty numismatists! XDOh I kid, I kid. Iâ€™ve never really thought of Slack-chanâ€™s interactions with her daughters until now.
QuoteOooh, nuthin' like a dose of gamma radiation to gentle a would-be attacker.I also tossed around the idea--in my head--that she could sort of screw with her opponentsâ€™ emotions without them knowing it though telepathy (not that she could necessarily see their thoughts, however). A blatant reference to the novel/movie Solaris (in which a sentient extraterrestrial structure upon a planet could amplify repressed emotions and memories in the scientists trying to make contact with it).
QuoteOooh, boots!*goes out with hamper to collect boots, hoping some will fit**sings*Itâ€™s raininâ€™ boots, hallelujah! Itâ€™s raininâ€™ boots, amen!Tall, short, dark and light, old and new and buckled and whiteâ€¦
QuoteOh well, so long as it features VMS-sama Iâ€™ll be happy.