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by urthdigger
04 Jun 2009, 20:40
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: So, there's a store now
Replies: 13
Views: 13945

Re: So, there's a store now

Well, I agree. There is something about a talking creature eating another talking creature that's a little disturbing (And indeed, it was that feeling that made me make an earlier thread about how the strip can be viewed in a darker light). That said, I really like the "Suspect" picture since it see...
by urthdigger
27 Mar 2009, 23:01
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Reading between the lines.
Replies: 4
Views: 6503

Re: Reading between the lines.

Oh, I know it's a little early to do a real psychological analysis of them, and that trying to apply the same morals humans follow to animals isn't right. I just thought it was a little amusing to try and look at how the characters can be perceived in a darker light: How, when viewed with the proper...
by urthdigger
27 Mar 2009, 16:29
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Reading between the lines.
Replies: 4
Views: 6503

Reading between the lines.

While reading the comic, I had an amusing thought. If you think too hard about it, S&W is quite dark. I know some of it is intentional, such as the references to suffering in other countries, but it's still possible to take even the personalities of some of the main characters in darker, more sinist...
by urthdigger
07 Mar 2009, 05:28
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Critique Compendium #2: Homesickness
Replies: 1
Views: 4109

Re: Critique Compendium #2: Homesickness

Again, not much of a review from me. I suppose I have a simpler view of comics than most, probably because my own hobbies lie more on reading and writing, so I focus on the story and jokes, and treat each strip like pages in a book, rather than requiring each of them to hold up on their own. As can ...
by urthdigger
04 Mar 2009, 22:49
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Initial sketches of Sandra and Woo
Replies: 1
Views: 4685

Re: Initial sketches of Sandra and Woo

That picture of Woo is simply adorable!
by urthdigger
04 Mar 2009, 13:35
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Critique Compendium #1: A Sly Raccoon
Replies: 5
Views: 7661

Re: Critique Compendium #1: A Sly Raccoon

Well, it was not the first comic for me, thanks to the ad redirecting me to the latest strip at the time, the christmas strip. However, I do have to agree with what you said: The art style does a very good job of making a first impression. It's simple and cute, and different from a lot of other comi...
by urthdigger
26 Feb 2009, 00:22
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: New here :)
Replies: 7
Views: 8890

Re: New here :)

That's interesting. I suppose I got a little excited and off-topic, don't mind my little musings and hopes about the strip. Either way, my hope to see Woo cheered up has been replaced with anticipation on how Sid will see the next sunrise. I think he's got a more immediate problem :D
by urthdigger
24 Feb 2009, 05:54
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: New here :)
Replies: 7
Views: 8890

Re: New here :)

Nah, which is why I got the impression it was going to wind up more along the kinds of stuff that make for good story, like dealing with the consequences of death, or the good and bad effects of love (which is why I'm hoping the current little arc continues... I'd love to see if his frustration gets...
by urthdigger
23 Feb 2009, 22:16
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: New here :)
Replies: 7
Views: 8890

New here :)

Hi everyone. I've been a reader of Sandra & Woo for a bit, just now noticed the forum. I love the art style of the comic, and while a few of the earlier strips gave the impression of yet another wacky webcomic that doesn't stand out from the rest, I stuck with it and I'm glad I did. I am wondering w...