the pillows are right next to each other
curious: wouldn’t anyone be under such circumstance?
the bump against the wall was (maybe) on purpose to make sure Bernice was awake.
but we’ve never seen Puddles in a doggie coat.
I don’t think Tiffany meant to be rude or uncaring. The lights coming on jerked her back into her regular world and activities. Being in the dark and w/o power brought out a fearful sensitive side. But that receded when the lights came on. Closing the door in Ox’s face wasn’t particularly considerate but then, regular Tiff was back.
Greg wanted to draw Ox and Tiff as darkened sihouettes which would have to be on a lighter background, and that could be the light from Ox’s flashlight; you can see it in his hand and the cone of light coming from it. Yes, it would not be enough to illuminate the whole doorway but relative to the rest of the house which is dark as well as the night it could seem that way. But OK…, a tiny flaw.
The artwork was especially good yesterday with the shadows, suspense and Tiff’s half darkened frightened face as she approaches the door with a candle. The house is like darkened castle.
all these happenings have occurred in ~ a 15 min time frame. The event is very recent. I’m sure they haven’t even made that decision. They don’t know how long the outage will last ; there is no information about the cause. Customers might still be there.
Eventually the phone will need to be recharged. What then Tiff? make all phone calls now. go over to the Fuse where people and friends are; they might have a battery operated charging device. Ox is more prepared than Tiff. is there any overlying theme or direction to this arc? hard to know.
I’m just giving my twist on it.