There’s a little mistake in today’s page — one I knew I would eventually make. No time to correct it right now as I’m experiencing some computer issues and have a lot of work on Phineas and Ferb this week. Until then, can you find it?
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Oh, I see, now the shoe is…
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On the other foot.
eftlerb oesherb (Efft Lerb Ooo Sherb)
Little purple guy’s hand/arm is a bit wonky. Hand is on the close side of the lid/panel/whatever, but he’s using his background arm.
Heh. Yes, the shoe seems to have changed feet.
Aww, she made a friend.
Wrong missing shoe!
Never would have noticed if you hadn’t mentioned it, but since you did, it was the first thing I thought of.
I would say you got off on the wrong foot, so to say.
Switched the foot without sock, huh? Nevermind! Page is great as always
I’m a solutions guy, so I’ll skip the problem and go right to possible ways to correct for it…
Assuming the text is not on the original art and done as a layer on the computer, doing a horizontal flip of the whole page (except the text, naturally) would probably be the quickest way to fix things.
Alternatively you could add a new page before this one in which our heroine takes ANOTHER tumble that leads to her shoes and backpack going airborne. Then you might also have to adjust a subsequent page where she realizes WHY her right foot hurts.
Or, of course, you could just draw a couple patches on this art!
Thanks Sean — all the art is digital, so I’ll just go back and redraw the feet. Although, I do like the idea of her taking tumble and her shoe going airborne…then it can fall onto her opposite foot!
The shoe switch happened because I often bring a size comparison image into the file to use as reference, I flipped it to have Basil (the reptile) on the left and forgot about the shoe. It will be an easy fix, just may not be able to get to it for a while.
Look in comics, there is an easy way to explain strange stuff………………………Magic.
At first I thought it might be the woosh… it wooshes in the opposite direction from a forward roll… but yea, the shoe has switched feet indeed XD
To be honest, I wouldn’t have noticed if it hadn’t been mentioned. But I know how it is. Whenever I make a mistake in my own comic I feel disproportionately bad about it until I fixed it.
I like Basil, by the way. I wonder if he might be looking for a big nut.
OTOH, you could do the randomly migrating shoe as an in joke.
Why do you look like Glen Beck?
Or does Glenn Beck look like him?
DUN DUN DUUUUUUUNNNN!!!
Just a friendly reminder to stay nice. First political stuff that gets posted gets deleted…we are, after all, across the galaxy here.
When I was younger, people used to say I looked like Dan Aykroyd. Now I get the Glenn Beck thing.
Perhaps because we’re both middle-aged, overweight, balding, white guys?
I’m right there with you!
LOVE the last panel! Nice layout, great facial expressions and awesome movement! Oh yeah and great character design!!
Lovely comic! Apart from the shoe thing, I can only see one other mistake – that’s Basil’s piece of rubbish he’s peeking under in the first panel. It magically disappears in the second panel.
I saw that was missing also, even before I read that there was a problem.
If you hadn’t mentioned it, I don’t think I would have noticed. Great comic as always.
Here I thought it was the piece of “planking” that the creature was looking under to start the comic. Missed the shoe completely!
Agh! I just discovered this (awesome) comic, and read every page from the beginning to here! Now I have to start waiting for each and every one!
Thanks Alex! If it makes you feels any better, I have to wait as well.
So who’s the new furball friend that Red just caught?
I saw concept art of it before I think, it was wearing Red’s shoe as a hat.
I thought it was that the scrap the lizard was lifting is missing in later panels.
I would think she’d get tired of hopping on the same foot and switch the shoe so she could hop on the other foot.
This is a very nicely done comic. Now I gotta start at the first one and find out who is who and how we got here. I will learn lots from you!
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