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TPG Week 187: Too Much Imaginating, Not Enough 'Splainin'


Welcome back, one and all, to The Proving Grounds! This week, we have a newcomer from across the pond, Luke Pierce! We also have Samantha LeBas in purple, I'm in the soothing red, and we'll see what Luke has to say about



The More Things Change



Aren't you folks getting tired of the rant about font size? The semi-funny thing is that Luke saw the hubbub, saw what he had done (this was at 11), immediately plotzed, and fired off an email of apology. So, I won't rant, because he saw his mistake and then emailed me about it.



Now, if only the rest of the script went as well...





Page One of Five

Five Panels (Know what I'm loving? Luke put a header in the document. This isn't it, and you won't see it, but it's there, and I love it.)



Panel One



This is a small establishing shot, of a modern glass windowed building. This is primarily to establish that this is a research facility of some kind.

This is intended to be fairly anonymous rather than any particular establishment.(How does a nondescript modern glass windowed [as opposed to...?] building indicate that this is a research facility?)



No Copy.(Here’s the answer to that question. “No copy” is not the answer, “Editorial caption: Blah Blah Research Facility,” comes closer.)

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