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  1. Purdey commented on Dick Tracy 4 months ago

    I’ve been to Washington Island. It is a nice place. You can eat fish boil there (fish, potatoes and corn) and ride Icelandic horses. Sievers loom and model railroad benchwork factory is there, too. You can only get there by ferry and there are no one way tickets sold. The Island is cut off by weather in the winter. The beach has thousands of round rocks rather than sand; the rocks are totally smoothed by the waves and currents and was up on the shore. Too many people were taking them, so there is a fine. At the coordinates Annie gave there is an observation tower. Most of the Island is wooded, and the roads only make a crossroad in the center. This Island is off the Door County penninsula. A great place to go.

  2. Purdey commented on Endtown 8 months ago

    @Darwinskeeper: The transparency effect is done in Photoshop layers. You can adjust the opacity of any layer you choose. The effect is like laying tracing paper over a drawing. However, there can be lots of layers and it looks like the bottom is opaque with each layer being a bit more transparent. At least 3 layers in panel 3 and 2 in panel 4.

  3. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    @veteran: Thanks for answering the question about Cooper. I read all of Endtown from the beginning but it slipped my mind somehow.
    Realizing that going topside is very dangerous, I called being in Endtown only a plot endgame because I thought it would limit the possibilities for plots. Maybe not.

  4. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    “Looks like a fish in the face”

  5. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    1. What type of “animal” is Cooper? Looks like a in the face but has arms and legs, so he’s not a fish.
    2. Staying in Endtown would be an “endgame” plot wish. There has to be more discovery, more places to go.
    3. When Albert left the council did he just go home? He seemed to understand a little of what’s going on.
    Part of the charm of Endtown is to go along for the ride. And usually cry at the end of the story arcs. Very few writers can do that to me.

  6. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    Not much of a choice.

  7. Purdey commented on Peanuts about 1 year ago

    Got that turned around! Wrote it rather late. Thanks for explaining!

  8. Purdey commented on Peanuts about 1 year ago

    They did have bombers. Sometimes 2 seater biplanes in which a second crewmember literally dropped a bomb from his hand to the target. The pilot could also do it in the one seaters. Still am intrigued how they timed the propeller so the pilot could “shoot through it.” The Sopwith Camel was one of the hardest and least reliable planes to fly, too.

  9. Purdey commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    Maybe in some roundabout way, Marx did it for Linda Kowalsky. Remember, when he tried to get her out of the cell first. She seemed a high priority (even higher than helping Flask at the time.)

  10. Purdey commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    @Veteran: I meant weight as an art term, meaning the thickness or thinness of line. In animation, it shows that the person actually has weight/weight shift in movement.
    However, your points are well taken.