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What color is Kat and Scarlet?

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1What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:20 pm

CoreyBlueExclusive


First off I'm new,and I love your work,your a very talented person.I like the way how you put story arc's into your comic strip's and I'm a manga reader so of course you got me hooked.But my question is I thought of Kat being a all white Cat and Scarlet being all red, until I saw your misc,just wanna know what color are they really,so I can imagine your strip's even better.

2What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Tue Feb 09, 2010 2:20 am

HyperMetalix


What color is Kat and Scarlet? SA_Vol__1_Cover_by_jollyjack

That should answer your question

3What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:11 am

CoreyBlueExclusive


Thank you Smile

4What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Tue Feb 09, 2010 5:44 pm

Smelge

Smelge
Waaaait, waait, wait...

CoreyBlueExclusive wrote:I like the way how you put story arc's into your comic strip's

Aren't story arcs sort of an integral part of sequential art (not the comic, but comics in general)? If story arcs are coming as a new and surprising feature, you need to start reading better stuff.

5What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Sun Mar 07, 2010 4:51 pm

CyberCorn Entropic

CyberCorn Entropic
Quoth Smelge:
Aren't story arcs sort of an integral part of sequential art (not the comic, but comics in general)?
Not necessarily. Many gag-a-day comics often don't bother with story arcs, yet they still qualify as sequential art in general. Furthermore, a story isn't really an arc if it's self-contained in one comic.

Perhaps CoreyBlueExclusive meant a developing continuity in which later story arcs build upon things introduced in previous ones rather than having each story arc be designed in a more episodic, stand-alone manner that require little to no knowledge of anything that's gone before.

http://www.freewebs.com/roadstripe/index.htm

6What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:06 am

26_9


WTSn?!?!How old Scarlet is?!?!

7What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:17 am

stephanodude

stephanodude
26_994 wrote:WTSn?!?!How old Scarlet is?!?!

I aggree wit 26_994 how old IS scarlet? is she a 15-18 year old? or is she younger? Older than 18? or does she not even know how old she is?

8What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:26 am

26_9


I have a guession she is 12...but I can't be sure,'cause it also may be 21
I mean the "biological" age,not the "physical".

9What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:11 pm

CyberCorn Entropic

CyberCorn Entropic
Quoth 26_994:
WTSn?!?!How old Scarlet is?!?!
I believe Jolly Jack once pegged her physical age as her early 20s, just slightly younger than Kat.

http://www.freewebs.com/roadstripe/index.htm

10What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Tue Mar 09, 2010 8:59 am

BenRG

BenRG
CyberCorn Entropic wrote:
Quoth 26_994:
WTSn?!?!How old Scarlet is?!?!
I believe Jolly Jack once pegged her physical age as her early 20s, just slightly younger than Kat.

Of course, physical age aside, as we know she and her sisters are genetically engineered biocomputer processors, they might be only a few years old or less. The wonders of science!

11What color is Kat and Scarlet? Empty Re: What color is Kat and Scarlet? on Tue Mar 16, 2010 7:00 am

26_9


[quote="BenRG"][quote="CyberCorn Entropic"]
Quoth 26_994:
[b]quote]

Of course, physical age aside, as we know she and her sisters are genetically engineered biocomputer processors, they might be only a few years old or less. The wonders of science!


Too nice wonders.BTW,through the tails are "just an abstraction"...it would be useful for biocomputers...

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