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Ø Is For Øverwritten 20/60

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Please imagine Petal’s voice as “James Spader doing Alan Shore.”

…I feel like Sepal’s voice also has some direct inspirations, but none of the names are coming to mind.

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Ø Is For Øverwritten 19/60

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The ebook of Leif & Thorn Volume 4: Blazing Stars is now available to everyone!

Along with party crashers, fire storms, culture clashes, and Kolpovision winners…this book has the story of How Rowan Met Archie.

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Ø Is For Øverwritten 18/60

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True story, I’ve wanted to put a duo named “Sepal” and “Petal” in Leif & Thorn since the moment I started looking up plant names.

…and then it took 6 years to design anything more about them.

(Collectively, the sepals of a flower form the calyx, but I promise that part is just a coincidence, not a deep dark long-planned connection.)

They basically always come as a set, referred to as plural “they.” But in case you need to refer to either one individually: they’re both nonbinary, so each one is also a singular “they.”

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Ø Is For Øverwritten 17/60

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Willow Wonka’s Candy Shoppe obviously licensed their brand name from the bestselling children’s book, Chicory and the Chocolate Factory.

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Thorn Explains: In-Universe Currency Redux

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A sequel to Thorn Explains: International Currencies.

Universal basic income does actually work out this well every time it’s been tested.

Personally, if I was guaranteed a basic income, then I probably would quit my day job, yeah. And then I’d likely be recorded as “unemployed”…because I would be working full-time on something that doesn’t pay a lot. Which, according to capitalism, doesn’t count.

If you like Leif & Thorn, and you do appreciate how much time I spend making it for free, maybe throw the artist of your favorite net-comic a few dollars on Patreon?

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Sketchbook: Magical Crime Law Investigation Squad

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Made myself a color/costume references for MCLIS.

Purple: Iris (Aibrean). Magical woman with flower powers. Has live plants growing in her platform shoes. Career specialty: detecting and resolving physical/chemical alterations caused by magic.

Red: Albertine (Aibrean/Feabhric). The token not-as-magical male teammate. Has an affinity for fire spirits, but no full-on transformation. He’s wearing the official department uniform. Career specialty: undercover operations.

Pink: Lieutenant Olive Badiane (Aibrean). Star mage and team lead. The actress’s wings grew in mid-season, so the writers incorporated it into the storyline. Career specialty: connecting with victims, figuring out what emotional and psychological support they need.

Gold: Antigone (Aibrean/Islander). Magical woman, not sure what her powerset is. Has a long-running will-they-or-won’t-they storyline with Iris. Career specialty: investigating hacked spelltech (or hacking it herself).

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