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Comic 8 - Comic #8

14th Jan 2016, 10:20 PM in Chapter One
Comic #8
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pastutopia 14th Jan 2016, 10:20 PM edit delete
pastutopia
Well, I apologize for the slow updates. The wrist is still a problem. I'm not 100% sure at this point when it won't be, but I will continue to update here now and then for now. I don't know how people do art full time if a non-artist doodling in his spare time like me managed to break himself on it with a little splurging. Doctor's only real thoughts were "draw less". It's not really bad, just don't want it to get worse since I need that hand for living.

We've just met another IDS director in the region - the head of Corporate Affairs. Technically she's Arron's equal by org charts, but I wouldn't recommend reminding her of that... and she's got a far bigger department.

Bubble placement was tricky, not 100% happy with read order, but there were some limitations... you shoulda seen the original page, it was truly horrifying ;)
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lirvilas 15th Jan 2016, 2:14 AM edit delete reply
lirvilas
Hope your wrist gets better soon.

And I love me some org charts and the false sense of hierarchy they give.
pastutopia 15th Jan 2016, 4:20 AM edit delete reply
pastutopia
We'll see with the wrist. At least we should have replacement arms in just a few decades, right science? Come on... ;)

I'm pretty sure when an IDS department is ranking threats, the top of the chart is always other IDS departments. Terms like "silo'd" and "bureaucratic nightmare" tend to apply... :P

Working in big companies may have somewhat influenced my view of large multi-branched management structures and their...efficiency :P
lirvilas 15th Jan 2016, 4:29 AM edit delete reply
lirvilas
Ha ha, back in the eighties there was this joke that the United States Navy's top three enemies were in order of most to least 1) Admiral Rickover (head of their nuclear propulsion efforts and provider of much Congressional testimony); 2) The United States Air Force; and 3) The Soviet Union.

Big organizations are like a tank.

Difficult to steer, and then often only by leader-follower teamwork.

But when they get going a particular direction, watch out...
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