black sequence

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I beg your pardon, ma'am. There are entries for your wage laborers here, but I see no accounting for the others.

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The “Aphotic Sequence”

This is a sigil method that I use for a lot of sigils on my page. It’s come to my attention that my old post is extremely difficult to understand. Hopefully, with this example it will become more clear.

The first picture is the template of all the letters and the direction they represent.

The second picture underlines all the letters that are used. I underlined them once again for the letters that are repeated. Notice the ones that repeat have a small circle at the end of that line.

The 3rd picture is the 2nd to last step. From there you modify it slightly to put your intent in it.

I’d love to see it used in the community, and if you do decide to use it, tag me and I’ll reblog it.

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And one night he was alone on the late watch at anchor in the Boston Harbor when he sees this man climbing out of the water and onto his ship. A stranger. Now, my grandfather thought about ringing the bell, but curiosity got the better of him. The stranger approaches my grandfather and asks him for a little rum. Man said that he’d fled his fishing trawler. Accused of killing another man. And when asked his name, the man simply replied Mr. Flint. This stranger, he never said whether he was guilty of the killing or why he chose that ship or where he was bound, he just… just sat there. Eventually, he asked my grandfather for a little more rum from below. My grandfather went off to fetch it, but when he returned… the man was gone. My grandfather was in Boston for a month after that. Never heard a word about a killing or a fugitive at large.

It was as if the sea had conjured that man out of nothing and then taken him back for some unknowable purpose.

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Lend us your help, and we will do whatever must be done to move Nassau forward.

I am intrigued by your proposal. But there is one question remaining that you will have to show me you can adequately answer. What will you do when the cat fights back?

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“You fucked the dairy goat?”

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The Killing Joke original 1988 coloring vs. 2008 recoloring

Cover and panel artist Brian Bolland was reportedly displeased with colorist John Higgins’ work on the 1988 graphic novel:

Bolland envisaged the flashback sequences in black and white, and instructed Watchmen-colorist John Higgins to use “muted November colors”. He was upset when he saw the finished comic had “garish … hideous glowing purples and pinks … and my precious Eraserhead-esque flashback sequences swamped in orange.”

In 2008 DC Comics released a 20th anniversary edition of The Killing Joke featuring a complete recoloring by Bolland. Bolland made various alterations to restore his artistic intent, including replacing Higgins’ bright flashback panels with muted tones (save for items colored for emphasis, such as the Red Hood and Joker’s green hair) and removing the yellow oval from the Batsuit.

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ISOLATED COMIC BOOK PANEL #1890A
title: THE AMAZING SCREW-ON HEAD AND OTHER CURIOUS OBJECTS - P79:3
artist: MIKE MIGNOLA
year: 2010

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ISOLATED COMIC BOOK PANEL #1890B
title: MIKE MIGNOLA’S THE AMAZING SCREW-ON HEAD AND OTHER CURIOUS OBJECTS - ARTISTS EDITION
artist: MIKE MIGNOLA
year: 2015

In color AND glorious black and white