And she ain’t no KEEBLER elf, neither. From the sketchbook awhile back…
Hmmmm. No Keebler elf, indeed. That tattoo on her right shoulder is a nice touch but, I believe, a tattoo would be placed on the sword arm (to give it power). If she is right-handed, wouldn’t the sword scabbard be on her left?
I know … pick, pick, pick. We Monday-morn quarterbacks have it easy.
You sure? She seems to be one tough cookie with a lot of eye candy.
Nice! Wouldn’t mind seeing her make an appearance in the strip. Three way ladies’ conflict + Bill caught in the middle = comedy gold. Amirite? Anyone? Bueller?
Old Crow, you have a way of keeping me on my toes. Correct on all fronts, on a logical level! Are you part Vulcan?
Johanan: HA !Love that. Well said!
Ruben: You are correct, sir!!
Not necessarily, Old_Crow. She could be like the Roman soldier who kept his sword on the right side, then swung it to the left before drawing it just before engaging in battle. (That’s what I read in a book somewhere. A Jungian ENFP memory meme: “I read it in a book somewhere.” That’s the most a lot of us ENFPs can manage. ) The dagger would then be drawn by the left hand.
On the other hand, you could be spot on. Yeah, let’s assume that.
Wait, David … Johanan might have turned my argument turtle. I suppose it all depends on whether the scabbard is strapped to her thigh or on her belt. From the sketch, it’s obscure enough to be ambiguious where the scabbard is actually attached.
Is it Pon Far yet?
Johanan: EXCELLENT argument!
Old Crow: Let the battle begin! Alaaaaa CUISINE!! (+50 Rations if you know what I am referencing. No Googling!) lol
@David: Thank you kindly! And I remember where I read that: it was a citation in Josh MacDowell’s EVIDENCE THAT DEMANDS A VERDICT. See, I CAN remember stuff, even if it’s usually after the fact.
This drawing is boss!
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