Not all Gods eat Ambrosia

posted 9th Jul 2017, 7:57 AM

Not all Gods eat Ambrosia
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9th Jul 2017, 7:57 AM

Sleeper

Fresh hearts are the cornerstone of a blood God's balanced breakfast.

see y'all next week.

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9th Jul 2017, 8:25 AM

chris-tar

What if ambrosia was, and always has been, human flesh?

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9th Jul 2017, 8:28 AM

chris-tar

I also believe that the elongated skull people were a real and distinct race, or genetic bloodline, perhaps a ruling class, that went extinct for some unknown reason.
I don't believe you can achieve the elongated skull shape from wrapping straps around the skull of an infant like has been suggested.
Also, it is very interesting that you depict this man with a set of sharp, carnivorous teeth. Teeth can be filed however, so that might not be natural.
Anyway, lots to think about here.
Great update!

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10th Jul 2017, 9:22 AM

Sleeper

I'm pretty sure they've got records of the skull binding process. It's because the various parts of a baby's skull aren't fused at birth.

But the origin of the custom is completely lost. It may be that such a genetic strain existed and the binding was to emulate that.

Though, there's really no way to know because most of their books were burned.

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11th Jul 2017, 12:41 PM

MadJak91

I think it is possible. Just like your spine can turn out bad and twisted if your sitting habits are terrible.
If they bondaged kids from the beginning then... yeah.

I do not know if the practice is or was true and if it is still in effect but I have read that some Japanese Geishas are required to tie their feet so they stay smaller and it can eff up their spine later :/

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11th Jul 2017, 6:51 PM

chris-tar

What is the best way to sit? I am a graphic designer and sit constantly and I have a bad back. Any advice to help my spine?

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14th Jul 2017, 12:26 PM

MadJak91

My back is not going to turn out any better because I constantly derp code but... No idea. You will have to google that stuff :/

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14th Jul 2017, 5:41 PM

Sleeper

I've got a jacked up neck as well.

My solution was to get a standing work station and to make sure that, when I'm drawing, I don't have to bend my neck down. I also got a shoulder brace type thing that reminds me to keep my shoulders back which helps keep everything else in place.

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14th Jul 2017, 6:49 PM

chris-tar

I saw the shoulder brace on ebay. was thinking of buying it. Now I will. Plus the standing work station is a good idea. also, this is absurd but, I want to buy or create a "contour chair" that I can sit in at a 45 degree angle that has perfect backs upport and massages me to improve circulation. ha Ha You can laugh at me now.

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17th Jul 2017, 10:33 AM

Sleeper

That sounds amazing. If you end up building something like that, post pics somewhere and link me to it.

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9th Jul 2017, 11:51 AM

Miaubol

Yum yum!

I guess our hero is.. ... ...not going to survive this :oP

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10th Jul 2017, 9:23 AM

Sleeper

This isn't the sort of story where a whole lot of people survive

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9th Jul 2017, 1:28 PM

Chippewa Ghost

This is an exceptionally unlucky page to visit right after lunch...

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10th Jul 2017, 9:24 AM

Sleeper

My apologies good sir.

But, That does make me feel like I did a good job with that last panel.

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