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Chapter 26: Page 1

December 17th, 2015, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

A new adventure! Sort of.

This page took way longer than it rightfully should've for some reason. I guess that's what I get for drawing random background characters and buildings and such.

Also, I completely admit to pretty much tracing the lineart for the bus from a photo because vehicles are beyond me and I lost patience.

Question of the Update: Those of you who experienced this--what was your first day of high school (or your location's equivalent) like? Were you scared? Excited? Indifferent? (Everyone else, just talk about some other new experience you've had that freaked you out.)

And You Say...

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

I was one of those lucky one that got 2 first days of HS because I moved to a new state in the middle of the year. One was like any other school day, the other little bit like Riza's thought probably a bit more hectic than intimidating.

Flame Shadow says,

9th grade was my first experience with public school, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I was indifferent for the most part. Very observant but reserved. Also, I had a wicked headache, so I wasn't keen on being around such an excited and hormone-driven crowd. XP

It's hard to freak me out, but I think the prize goes to Gremlins. I watched that movie waaaaay to young. The song "Do You See What I See?" still incites a slight unease no matter who sings it and in what context.

Bizkit (Guest) says,

Hah, just wait until the first day of college. XD

Seth (Guest) says,

That was over a decade ago, but from what I remember, I was pretty calm about it. The application process stressed me more (I went to a magnet school).

sharpshot4321 (Guest) says,

This page made me want to pinch her cheek like an old grandmother and go "Aww, arn't you precious."

Comments, anyone?