Zombie Outbrick: Episode 35
Zombie Outbrick: Episode 35

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7th Oct 2011, 12:05 AM

Zombie Outbrick: Episode 35

blockcomics
7th Oct 2011, 12:05 AM

Our main characters have found themselves in a very awkward situation, as Karen raises the question of what is to be done about the recently deceased. However, Chris seems to have noticed something very unusual...

Today's episode was made on time, despite numerous technical difficulties. My computer actually has so many files on it, that there's barely enough space left to import new pictures for each episode... When I made this episode, it was so bad that Photoshop wasn't running properly.

Luckily, I was able to delete some of my larger computer files, or else I wouldn't have been able to get this episode out. I'll most likely have to get an external drive for file storage at some point...

Anyway, I hope you guys like this episode. I always enjoy hearing your thoughts, critiques, and comments!

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Silver Fox
7th Oct 2011, 12:41 AM

1st) It looks good, couldn't tell you had any technical difficulties.

2nd) Depending on the nature of your files, I know my computer can have problems with too many files if I haven't done a defrag, clear temp memory and similiar checks.

Depending on the type of files involved, for me, I've a lot of picture files of gif, jpg, bmp variety and where photos are concerned, I've started getting them burned to a CD so they don't sit on the hard drive.

With pics/files for your comic here, you might want a little usb drive you can plug in to store stuff on or burn to CD any "master copies" when you're done or have enough of them laying around.

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blockcomics
7th Oct 2011, 10:59 AM

1st) Thanks Silver Fox! I think it turned out pretty well, despite all the complications.

2nd) I do have a couple of small flash drives, but they don't have enough space for all the files I'd need to store. I've been thinking of getting an external USB drive for a while, there are ones with as much memory as my actual computer that are relatively inexpensive, that should do the trick if I ever get around to buying one. Most of my files are pictures, videos, or documents. Programs also take up a significant portion of my hard drive. I store the files externally, at least.

Silver Fox
7th Oct 2011, 1:37 PM

Program files are always problematic, especially when you need them. Pics, Vids and other assorted docs, I'd go for that external drive or just start burning to cd or storing on multiple usb drives.

good luck with it all.

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blockcomics
7th Oct 2011, 5:49 PM

Thanks Silver Fox, I'll need it.

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synwells
7th Oct 2011, 11:37 AM

There's a zombie Apocalypse going on outside and he comes to the conclusion that teeth killed a man! Can't see him surviving much longer.

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blockcomics
7th Oct 2011, 12:27 PM

Haha!

Perhaps he'll start to figure things out soon... ;)

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MadameLecter
7th Oct 2011, 1:03 PM

I can see why he hasn't put two and two together yet--he's been locked up in a soul-sucking, mind-numbing office job since forever!

But I like the strip. I think it looks good. I'm wondering what's going to happen next and where the heck is everyone going to go!

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blockcomics
7th Oct 2011, 5:58 PM

Haha! That probably has something to do with it.

And thanks! I do like to keep people guessing... Sometimes, this comic is so unpredictable that I myself don't know what will happen next! Either that, or I've just been slacking on my script-writing... ;)

ZombieMutts
7th Oct 2011, 4:43 PM

Hey you know amazon and dropbox offer free online storage now? I love me some drop box. Not sure I would port personal important docs to it but unloading a few gigs of pics would be worth considering.

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blockcomics
7th Oct 2011, 6:23 PM

Thanks for letting me know, I recently got a dropbox for a collaborative project. I wouldn't trust it with anything important... Although I might end up having to use it for storage at some point.

I'm still thinking of getting an external USB drive though.

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