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Friday, December 22nd, 2006 12:08 pm
Here we go, the conclusion. I swore I wouldn't touch this comic but I realized I had to change one tiny thing. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] makd for taking a look at the fixed part. And now, without further ado... )

Previous parts: pg 1-10, pg 11-21

Is anyone here in X-Files fandom and can point me to a good active LJ community to pimp this? I'm completely out of the loop - back when I was watching the show, LJ didn't even exist. Heck, most of the web didn't exist.
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Monday, December 18th, 2006 04:32 pm
Thanks to everyone who commented on the first pages, and to [livejournal.com profile] makd for pointing some X-Files fans here; you guys made my day. *pats comic*

Here's the second part. Page 20/21 is a double-pager so I'm posting them together. It looks good on my 19" screen, but I can't tell whether it'll be readable on a smaller screen. Let me know if it's not, I can post those pages separately as well.

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pages 11-21 (ca. 1,4 MB) )
[eta: 11-21, he he]

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Sunday, December 17th, 2006 02:25 am
With LJ's scrapbook as storage space I've finally decided to shut down my COLS (crappy old Lycos site) with its annoying ads, and move everything to LJ.

So, I was in the process of moving 'Chrome Magnon', the X-Files comic I drew ten years ago, when I realized that the scan quality really detracted from the artwork. I'm going to re-post the whole thing in shiny new quality. The resolution is pretty decent now, and each page still only around 150K.

This isn't a WIP, obviously, but I'm posting it 10 pages at a time so the posts won't get too huge. One thing: I'm always cool with concrit, only in this case... well, the thing is ten years old and with each glance I see a dozen things that I want to fix badly. But I won't touch it, because there'd be no stopping. And I like to think the important aspects, like story, storytelling, and layout, still stand the test of time (mostly).



Mulder and Scully take off to the woods of Idaho in search of... Bigfoot? (1,5 MB) )

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