MOTU '85, page 7
I was visiting a friend when I started the art for this page, so I did it digitally. It came out pretty well, and it's just super convenient for me to work digitally, so I've stuck with digital production for the last few pages.
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@craigmaloney I learned 68000 assembly *after* I learned 8086 assembly (which was my first assembly), and I my reaction at the time was, "Wow! So CPU instruction sets and memory models don't have to be confusing and painful to use."
A spaceship landed and an alien emerged.
"We are sorry," it said, its words broadcast across the world.
"The last few years we have used your planet as a refueling stop. We depleted your reserves faster than you could regenerate them."
"Reserves of what?" sometime called.
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
The elves had vanished centuries ago; fading to myth for many.
But my family knew better; each stone with a hole in it, each perfect fairy-ring, and every quiet spot slightly out of step with the rest of the world was evidence we'd passed down. There were other things, but those were the most common. We were taught to avoid them, but I couldn't.
Elf-touched spaces just called to me, particularly the reference sections of libraries...
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