What the heck are those ship’s anchors and chains for?
Maybe the chains are there to keep Philo from escaping……..
Well, the name of the driller is The Prometheus (seriously), so I figured it aught to be in chains.
How are you going to keep it from flying away without chains?
Speaking of flying away, would you believe me if I said the driller is actually a steampunk dirigible?
(P.S. Welcome back, Aslandus!)
Sure, the drill is just the landing gear then, right? The spaceship on “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” had a spaceship just like that. It screwed it self into the ground, then deployed brightly-lit anchor cables to secure the top part… Great movie….. well, I may be exagerrating…
Duly noted. As in “Your pedantic spelling corrections have been duly noted.”
Not ‘pedantic’. Helpful 🙂 And fixed now thanks to you.
“Nooooooo! How could you possibly have found me on this unguarded, uncovered platform twelve feet in the air?!?!”
Surrounded by a crowd of gawkers no less 🙂
I didn’t see the full brass band, but that would be a nice way to mark the occasion
A brass band is a great idea… unless you have to draw it!
Hahahahaa, good point! Hadn’t thought of that 🙂
I don’t know exactly why, but I find the anchors you’ve drawn to be particularly beautifully done.
(My landlubber’s affinity for nautical nonsense is probably the cause of the effect)
If nautical nonsense is something you wish.
Apvogt, please tell me if I’m wrong, but I get the feeling your comment is an obscure reference to something. But what? 😉
It looks like Godfrey is once again trying to absorb just how yellow Philo really is, and saying “Poor Us” to himself… Is he?
Godfrey would never, ever reveal his inner life… presuming he has one 😉
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