Take the sled and the ski out of there and I would have called it blizzard-then-it-all-melted syndrome. Mix one weekend warrior with one blissful sunny day….
And sometimes booze.
I was once at a medical clinic after-hours for an ear infection. The doctor cut my visit short because of an actual medical emergency – some middle-aged guy had been trying to recapture his youth by playing flag football with some friends and had accidentally tackled a fire hydrant…
Ouch. Ouch. Ouch.
That’s what he was saying, although not exactly with those words…
“Son of a bachelor” “Poop.” “Darn it!” “Excrescence!”
Yeah, like that. Kinda.
Your art is always good, but I feel it’s improving. Her face in panel 1 is, in my opinion, very well done. Just thought you’d like to know.
Thanks! And you’re right, in that I’d like to know. You guys are really great.
On two separate occasion, I broke an arm, and tore a hole clean through the skin below my bottom lip, requiring only 5 stitches; all to learn how to ice skate. So worth it. I busted an ankle and tore the fingernail off my thumb trying to learn how to inline skate after that. I sold my inliners shortly after that. You would think the skills would transfer, but you’d be wrong. Friction is a problem on concrete.
Problem I had with Ice vs Inline… Ice is a central balance line over the blade, the inline skates had an inside center balance line. My ankles are not strong; especially when dealing with that inside center line. Ice skates I never wobble in once laced in; inline about tore my feet off at the ankle. Ah well, someone at the thrift store ended up with a worn twice pair of inlines and a full set of pads and helmet barely sweat in.
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