12th Jan 2021, 6:48 PM
Panda in a Panic
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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.
I believe most of your followers are very patient as long as hugs and cuddles are involved.
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?
Sorry, I don't do any roleplay in my comments section.
This includes Q&A.
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.
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.
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.
The face, the sparkles, "Do you promise?! Jean is adorable!