Her Species is Robot, Right?

12th Jan 2021, 6:48 PM
Panda in a Panic




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12th Jan 2021, 6:48 PM
Daaberlicious

IT'S BEEN LITERAL MONTHS!! WOW!

Sorry. I'm just very pleased.
Last year was a mess all around and the future still looks uncertain, but I'm hoping, personally, that "normal" will be re-established for me soon and I can get back to cranking these out. I never said VHV was anything I would give up on, but I'd sure like to make it faster.
Anyway, twas not all for naught- I believe this page is benefiting from plenty of improved techniques I learned while being forced to back away from my comic. New lighting and shading, better lines and expressions- Even a new drawing program I got for Christmas!
But most of all, I'm glad you've been patient. My writing continues!


Soli Deo Gloria.



Comments:

12th Jan 2021, 11:40 PM

I believe most of your followers are very patient as long as hugs and cuddles are involved.

14th Jan 2021, 9:40 AM

Looks a lot like a Red Panda Emulation.

Question for Jeane: o you need a specific Outlet type, or can you use a standard light usage socket?

14th Jan 2021, 6:45 PM
Daaberlicious

Sorry, I don't do any roleplay in my comments section.
This includes Q&A.

20th Jan 2021, 5:49 PM

Light sockets amd power plugs are generally so different it wouldn't work unless you designed a SHTF backup, which they probably didn't expect to need.

She's fine though. They should at least let her relax amd calm down a bit before trying to move her.

25th Jan 2021, 6:28 PM

Yes, they are.
In the US, outlets come in four standard varieties. 15a, 30a, 60a, and 120a for House current at 110v. 15a is for assorted lamp, and lightweight/small Appliances. 30a is for the house dryer, and Kitchen Stove/oven. 60a is generally seen in Shops that have Anchored milling tools. the only time I have seen a 120a outlet, was for an electric Pottery kiln. Interestingly enough, the 60a is designed for for insert, and twist type plugs, and the 120a generally has a threaded bolt through the plug into the socket.

30th Jan 2021, 8:56 AM

We are apparently talking around each other.

Thinking light socket, i think the screw in socket where you put a light bulb. This is not a bladed power outlet where anything below the amp limit can be run, and if all there was was a light bulb on the ceiling, she probably wouldn't be able to use it no matter the amperages.

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