Innie Outie, Part 2 of 2
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Having an adult and a pre-teen sharing the same panel space
is an interesting graphical problem.
Do we accentuate Fray's maturity (or lack thereof)
by not showing her
face when Waifer X is with her playmates?
Or do we emphasize
Waifer X's youth by deliberately
making her too short to fit in a panel?
Ah, the flexibility and possibilities graphical
storytelling provides as a medium...
Note that Fray's Inner Child "smokes" a bubble-pipe,
and has three skort and two vest buttons; in contrast
to a cigarette, four skort buttons, and three vest buttons.
Still that crinkled nose...
Yes, that's the Doggy-Bone Plant
(or is it the Pillow-Cat Plant?).
If you're not sure why it belongs here,
then it has served its purpose well.