I think it’s mentioned in passing in Chapter 4, but those threads are bio-nets that hang from the ceiling and catch loose debris. The attack friends from earlier in this chapter are responsible for those, and the nets are the reason Bex survived her own fall safely. I didn’t feel like expounding on that in the text as it’s not vital to the plot but, for all you folks who demand answers there is a small answers for you.
As always, Patreon is updated 3 pages ahead… today we’re on extremely dramatic baby page 46
Been shipping out rewards from the Mare Internum Kickstarter… if you’ve been following that at all you’ll know I’m devastatingly, powerfully behind schedule, but damn don’t these rewards look nice. Check these pins out! The Kalla was from the original pin Kickstarter, and the Processor was from the book KS.
NOICE huh. Can’t beat that ridiculously cool art by Monarobot. Please note I’m about to post what is in the biz called an advertisment, a publicité if you will, but
I got my super fresh business cards printed at Print Peppermint, and you can too! https://www.printpeppermint.
I’m doing that to get a discount on a future order to be completely honest but to be even more honest, I really love this printer and would recommend them for anyone who does backing cards or just wants some very fancy business cards. They have a lot of interesting options for shape and materials that I’d love to use in future projects.
Speaking of future projects, I have a sort-of-Shingworks project launching today, called Why Always Wins! I say “sort-of” because I did 90% of the art on it, and worked on the KS campaign… this comic is like most of my non-personal work, an educational comic, but it’s actually intended for adults who lead a team in a workplace or elsewhere.
I left this project before finishing the final 10% because… I wanted to focus on Mare! That was way back in July 2015, right after I finished Chapter 1 and realized people did want to read this comic. However, I’m happy with the work I did on Why Always Wins, and it is a bittersweet work as well, as it represents the last WFH comic art I have done or intend to do, sort of the fence between my old life and the new one. Anyways, our “hard launch” is at 1030a PST but if you’re reading this before, you might be able to grab the early-bird edition for 5 bux off if you’re a Shingworks completionist (or just would like to learn some new interpersonal skills for leading the teams in your life).
Finally, mega-thanks to Lowell my trusty site guy who fixed some crazy bug that was preventing me from uploading this comic. We’re going to have 3x updates this week so I’ma need my site to work, haha. See you on Weds.