2nd Sep 2013, 8:47 AM in McFly

1124. McFly 24: The Colors, Beatrix! The Colors!

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1124. McFly 24: The Colors, Beatrix! The Colors!
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Author Notes:

Dyonus 2nd Sep 2013, 8:47 AM edit delete
Dyonus
Big thanks to Andore for spriting this comic for me. I came home late from AnimeFest last night and I knew I would be way too tired to draw anything, so I asked him earlier in the week to do this and he did. I decided to give him one of my scripts so we could just finish the arc out.

When I wrote it, I didn't have a comparison of Elizabeth's shade of pink and her blanket's shade of pink and didn't think about them being completely different. I think it adds to Erin's confusion, though...so I don't really regret it.

Well, Andore has his own comics, you can read two of them on his site and his current chapter of Dragon City Stories.

Comments:

Anon E. Mouse 2nd Sep 2013, 11:20 AM edit delete reply
Hasn't Liz objected to being called pink before?

I'm surprised Erin caught onto shades right off the bat. I mean, Erin looks turquoise and Beatrix teal to me. I mistook them both for odd shades of blue on their first appearances.
Dyonus 2nd Sep 2013, 12:11 PM edit delete reply
Dyonus
Elizabeth might have objected to being called pink earlier, but she'd still be offended if Erin was calling it an ugly color.

Turquoise and teal? Maybe your monitor has some funky settings. I've looked at the two of them on both my laptop and the monitor sitting next to it and they look like two different shades of green to me. Also, if you examine the mixture of blue, green, and red, they're both primarily green, but with a lot of blue. (Erin's new color moreso than Beatrix's.)
dzamie 2nd Sep 2013, 1:16 PM edit delete reply
dzamie
Wait, *Beatrix* teal and *Erin* turquoise? Check your monitor; teal's the darker of the two.
And they're slightly greener than those two shades of blue.
Andore Mordre 2nd Sep 2013, 11:42 AM edit delete reply
Andore Mordre
So many colors. I'd almost forgotten what the pixel-art dragons look like when they aren't partially obscured by clouds of dust.
dzamie 2nd Sep 2013, 11:43 AM edit delete reply
dzamie
Fuzz ball is an odd insult to use, considering how dragons are scaled.
Andore Mordre 2nd Sep 2013, 11:47 AM edit delete reply
Andore Mordre
She's quoting.

Fuzz ball.
Dyonus 2nd Sep 2013, 12:13 PM edit delete reply
Dyonus
Yeah, she was quoting that and she was being ironic.