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found among wild doodles - detail

This week's strip was found among wild doodles - I noticed on my desk that my psychic consultant character (Hey! Ask me about my psychic consultant character!) Evidence had turned up a few times, and so had a mysterious stranger with a Byronic profile and large, liquid black eyes. Doodles are typically monochromatic, so it was only after I glued them together that I found that his -- or her -- skin was green. So what's Evidence's interest? And why is she so interested in whether this purple-haired beauty is a bird or a bloke? My guess is she's doing some work for a client who has been having troubling erotic dreams about someone tall and green skinned with large, liquid black eyes. Or she may just be after a date.

For the moment, at any rate, she's not telling.


( 24 worms — Feed the birds )
16th Mar, 2006 16:30 (UTC)
Ask me about my psychic consultant character!
*raises eyebrows* So, your psychic consultant character?
16th Mar, 2006 16:32 (UTC)
She a tantric magician. Has a lot of sex.
16th Mar, 2006 16:33 (UTC)
actually, that's probably unfair. She has as much sex as the plot demands.
16th Mar, 2006 16:37 (UTC)
Ah, don't be mean. Someone should get to have a lot of sex. And, pretty people who are definitely either male or female are quite distracting. Even more so if they're green and wear red lipstick.
16th Mar, 2006 16:46 (UTC)
I think if you had green skin, you'd have to have a fairly cavalier approach to cosmetic colours. I wouldn't mind having green skin. It'd go with what I'm wearing today. Um, sort of.
16th Mar, 2006 16:48 (UTC)
...and the plot is a pretty demanding mistress?
16th Mar, 2006 16:54 (UTC)
raises eyebrow...
what are you implying?

Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Rootten Brothers is quite the flesh fest. But "The Tex Mex Sex Hex" contains practically no sex at all. Kinda. Well, it's implied and discussed but not actually perpetrated.
16th Mar, 2006 16:35 (UTC)
Loooooooooooove it. I want to look like any of those people; purple hair, or red hair and red eyes.
16th Mar, 2006 16:42 (UTC)
I quite like the blue hair, red eyes combo. It's probably frustration, as I just went to my usual hair colour supply shop and they had discontinued all non-rational colours except those along the goth-barbie divide.
16th Mar, 2006 16:47 (UTC)
Spooky! I have just woken from a dream in which there was a charactr exactly like that, only without green skin, who lived in my basement, and was called Liam and was an ex army captain and he kept trying to save me from myself.
16th Mar, 2006 16:50 (UTC)
what were you doing that you needed saving from? And what was Liam's colouring?
16th Mar, 2006 17:12 (UTC)
Normal skin, dark hair and eyes. Mistrusting people. Not doing things right.
16th Mar, 2006 17:14 (UTC)
He sounds like a controlling fuckwit.
16th Mar, 2006 18:03 (UTC)
I think you've described a nail-head interface there.
16th Mar, 2006 16:47 (UTC)
Aaaargh! To be continued?
16th Mar, 2006 17:05 (UTC)
I hope so, the bird demon characters quite interest me. What was the name of ... hm, voladores? Cihuateteo? Hmmm.
16th Mar, 2006 17:08 (UTC)
This strip is f**king brilliant. Love the colours.

Go, Jeremy, go!!!
17th Mar, 2006 09:17 (UTC)
It's got me intrigued, that and the green-skinned androgene being so alluring, I want to see the mystery unravelled, however slowly or teasingly.
16th Mar, 2006 17:56 (UTC)
Intense. Gotta be your animus/a, innit?
Me want more.
17th Mar, 2006 10:48 (UTC)
Re: Wah!
Ha! I don't think my animus/a is quite that much of a looker ...
16th Mar, 2006 18:30 (UTC)
The naked lady (I'm presuming lady due to nakedness but I'm adding this disclaimer in order to acknowledge gender-flexibility of said strip) in the second box of the first panel has hair just like what I want but keep missing because it grows out.
17th Mar, 2006 10:49 (UTC)
you clearly need a hair alarm
16th Mar, 2006 21:57 (UTC)
just approbation
that's my favourite for ages. It really got me for some reason. Colours. The build up. The final panel. The rough-cut words with blur and everything. Fab! Wonderful! The hairs on the back of my neck stood up, which was Robert Graves's measure of poetry. For what it's worth.
17th Mar, 2006 10:51 (UTC)
Re: just approbation
the blur occurs when I scale down, then scale up -- a mistake I held onto for a few bits of this strip, it seemed to fit
( 24 worms — Feed the birds )