Quickly and insufficiently, I'd like to thank everyone who worked on these Snapshots with me. I had even more fun this time and the experience of working with these talented creators has made sure that the Snapshots will be a regular occasion. Working on Pictures of You has never been as fun as it is when I work on it with others, and thanks to you all for making it happen.
One more time, let's hear the love for Katelynn Cragle, Ben Steeves, Rei Davidson, Rori DeClue and Vin Tabulka. You guys are my new best friends.
And oh yeh...Book Three, Bishop Street begins next update. Spread the word.
Pleased to meet you in the drawn flesh, all of you!
M(r)s Cragle, I like your story. All the best luck to you; being a full-time artist is one chancy proposition. (I should know, my little brother is trying for that and failing so far despite obvious talent. All right, so he's a musician, but still.)
Mr Steeves, this Wolverine impersonation (hoping that was the point) is awesome. You make this old-fashioned outfit look strong.
M(r)s Davison, believe it or not but I noticed the fang first. (Despite your criticism on your own, ahem, décolletage in Mr Steeves' first page this time, I do not see anything to be ashamed of in your picture.) Fare well; I fear we will sparsely speak if at all, what with my being neither a lady nor cute. (I've been called beautiful, mostly by my lovely wife and by parents, aunts and uncles, or by fellow students when I was one, which just meant that I had decided to put on a suit, but despite having a great memory I do not recall being ever called cute. Wait, there was this girl who used the word, but in that particular instance it clearly meant "stupid".)
M(r)s DeClue, I have to admit to be disappointed with having to look at the same picture that you use as an avatar, especially considering how you drew the ladies throughout your stint. And I'll refrain on trying to make a smart commant on "Ivan". It would fail anyway. (Oh, and try pineapple with the fries. Pineapple in moderate amounts gives a better taste to everything, even raclette.)
Mr Tabulka, if I admit you look smart in that suit, will you find someone else's ass to kick? Seriously. I'm too heavy to be a fun kick. (Then again, it's been some time since anyone tried. I guess cowardice does have its upside.) The scribbled "Pictures of you" is a nice touch.
All in all, thanks for expanding our graphical universe, Mr Twist and guests!