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Haven't done much this weekend (bliss!), just a bit of cleaning and loafing around. So not much to say.

Did some Water Tribe, part 3 page tweaks. That's all they are, just very small tweaks from version one. There will be more changes in the coming pages (I'll add more pictures to Nauja's retelling of Lao's attack), but in the meantime...













Since the changes are really minor, I'll post these on DA tonight.

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aidosaur
Apr. 28th, 2008 01:58 pm (UTC)
Yee, Najua!

Apparently one of my close pals was trying to see you at the NYCC, he had a press pass and was trying to get interviews with anyone associated with Avatar. He said that everyone turned down interviews, I bet you guys were swamped. XD
rufftoon
Apr. 28th, 2008 03:53 pm (UTC)
If your friend went to the Nick table, yeah everyone was swamped right there.
But I wasn't at the Nick table, neither was Dave Roman. we were busy in our own way, but not swamped like M&B (well, I ain't complaining and they are the stars so they deserve every seconds of recognition.
aidosaur
Apr. 28th, 2008 07:37 pm (UTC)
Ah! I mentioned your name and he said it looked familiar. Apparently they were given a list of people who were guests of the con and what they were associated. I guess he never saw you, though. M... man, the more I hear about the con, the more I wish I'd gone. @_@

YEEK, I just realized something-- on page 111 in the transition from the third to the fourth panel, Zhao switches the position of his hands. The panel should be flipped, but that would break 180º rule. I don't think anyone else has noticed, so it's probably not really that big of a deal. XD
rufftoon
May. 5th, 2008 06:48 am (UTC)
Yeah, I switched his hand around. I guess he was uncomfortable with the other (or me being lazy, and finding drawing that hand easier...)

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