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Sunday, June 4, 2017

Fair-Weather Customer

Airlines always thank me for loyalty I don't feel


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Swear your loyalty to me and me alone!



12 comments:

  1. I see you abandoned the all caps experiment.

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    1. Yeah I tried it on this one, and it really did look like shouting. I think I've just set up the lowercase thing over the course of the comic, and now I can't really go back.

      What do you think of this text?

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    2. +1 for this style. I like lower case too, I think it's more personal.

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    3. It's fine. You don't have to use upper case just because most others do so. Every artist is unique and has a personal style.

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  2. Its readable, does not look like shouting, and I think it looks nice! Keep up the good work!

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  3. C'est vachement enchantΓ©, wie immer!

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  4. Way too much seat pitch (leg room). When's the last time you've flown? Or is that just a thing that is a feature of the mainstay US domestic carriers (American / Southwest / United / Delta)?

    Oh, and, hilarious comic as always!

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    1. Yeah it's definitely too much legroom. But if I drew them closer together, I felt it distracted from the main guy in the middle. I don't want my comics as crowded as actual airlines! XD

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  5. I'm too busy reading the cartoon to notice whether it's upper or lower case, which I suppose is a good sign that the way you're doing it isn't disturbing or distracting. As someone who flips between two airlines, I can relate to this;-)

    Eileen

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    1. Perfect, that's just what I want - for you to not even notice anything about the text.

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