Sex, Love, Anxiety: The Secrets Of Alex Greenwald - Overwhelmingly Negative

7/3/2022

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View Transcript Lissa: Alex, what the *hell* is going on!?
Alex: I-I can't do it, Lissa...
I can't *take* these feelings...

Lissa: *What* feelings, what's happening!?
Alex: *Fucking everything*!
The sadness, the awkwardness, the anxiety, *everything*!

Alex: Lissa, I'm an emotional *wreck* right now. I... I can't live like this.
I can't hold these feelings back anymore.

Lissa: Alex... I-I'm so sorry...
Alex: I-I just need to talk about all this so badly...

Lissa: Alex, I'm here for you. I'll always be here for you. If you need to vent, fucking *vent*.

Alex: I don't know if you're gonna like this, Lissa, but here goes...

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Author Notes

7/3/2022, 11:04 AM The shading of this strip was... interesting to say the least. I've never quite done something as, well, complicated as this, but I think it works.

Li'l subtle detail that I'm proud of: the opacity of the ambient shading layer on the last strip was 60%, because the door to the lit hallway is open in this strip, the opacity of the ambient shading on this strip is 50%. I don't know what to do with this information, I just think it's neat.

Comments:

7/3/2022, 11:20 AM Oh, you tease! Got to wait until the next page to hear what Alex is going to vent about. I think the shading came out quite well, and I like how you handled it. Especially that last panel to show how much more lit Alex would look from the hallway side. Really nice!

Awww, Lissa's here to hear all your problems, Alex. It'll be okay.
7/3/2022, 11:22 AM Hey, I gotta make my 200th strip special somehow, now, don't I?

And I'm so glad the shading came out well, it's a bit more complex than what I normally do!