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Sketchbook Aug 13 2022

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https://www.egscomics.com/sketchbook/2022-013

While I prefer pictures of the main characters (or at least characters I'm more familiar with), I really like how this one came out.

(Incidentally, I'm a little surprised no one started this thread already. I wasn't online all weekend, but I know a few people were on the forums. Did no one have anything to say about this one, or did some of you miss it?)

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I think the Squirrel look fits Camelia to a Tea.

1 hour ago, ChronosCat said:

did some of you miss it?

Honestly, the rate at which Sketchbook entries get updated is so sporadic that I don't even bother checking the Sketchbook page until someone announces there is something new there.

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On 8/15/2022 at 11:51 AM, Pharaoh RutinTutin said:

I think the Squirrel look fits Camelia to a Tea.

I agree that it looks good, I don't see the connection, personality-wise.

The only bit we know about her is that at her first appearance, she seemed to be performance motivated, but a few comics later turned out to have a good deal of empathy and concern.

The origin of 'fit to a t' seems to have faded with the passing of time;  "According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the exact origins of the phrase to a T are unknown." " So 'to a T,' meaning 'just right,' is actually a shortened form of 'to a tittle,' meaning that something is correct down to the smallest point." seems plausible to me; I can see why that origin would be forgotten, who says 'tittle'?

 

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1 hour ago, Pharaoh RutinTutin said:

I chose the phrase "fits Camelia to a tea" because I recall some speculation associatinig her with the magic tea shoppe when her character was introduced.

Cute. You've also got " Camellia sasanqua is used as a garden plant, its leaves are used for tea, and its seeds for oil." -  she's named after an herbal tea ingredient.

Would her name-based magic mark turn her into a plant? Maybe a dryad.

 

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1 hour ago, Don Edwards said:

I'm sure some would like to see Camelia in a T that fits a bit more snugly.

This reminds me of a sad shapeshifting tragedy, wherein the the girl in squirrel form said, "I'm game." and was shot by a hunter.

 

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On 8/15/2022 at 10:51 AM, Pharaoh RutinTutin said:

I think the Squirrel look fits Camelia to a Tea

Not nearly busty enough to be to a Tea.

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