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link   David REVOY   Author, - Reply

About the story, it's the fourth story of the "witches of Chaosah". Ep12 was about Cayenne, ep13 was about Cumin and now ep15 is a bit about Thyme. This episode introduce a new 'technology' in the little world of Pepper&Carrot and the real theme are: video, erotism and parental control, video-games, bugs, blue-screen-of-death, coding/fixing, network and the World Wide Web. It was a little challenge to insert this elements in the fantasy world of Hereva.
About what I experimented: I'm back to storytelling with wide panel only, it's easier to read, but it add more pages to draw ( it's a 8 pages long story, I usually draw around 6 ). I also experimented with framing and cropping to be more cinematic and I try to treat light and color as an actor. It's also a rare time where I use the 'parody' humor form in a episode, doing many reference to internet, computers and our world.

I hope you'll like this one! Feel free to let me know your reaction, I'll be around.

link   Phillipvargas     - Reply

Hello may I ask you a Barton idea if you want to hear it it's about your story well here it is you see pepper is a girl but I wonder what happens if she meets a young Warlock boy of her age.

link   Pow     - Reply

This is SPOT ON hilarious! The up to date reference really "cracked" the nuts LOL!
I see how pepper likes and diverted to playing with unicorns, and the things it symbolizes.
awesome trolling!

link   Brett McCoy     - Reply

Obviously they re-installed the crystal ball with Linux

link   Nicolas Carrier     - Reply

Merci, j'ai hâte de le lire avec ma petite fille ce soir ^^

link   Raghavendra Kamath     - Reply

nice episode :) and nicely fused with the world in the comics.

link   Kaylebor     - Reply

Of course, they keep the World Wide Web running.

link   Sonia     - Reply

i laughed so much at what the old witch was looking at! and thats how we have the interwebs i see! you have such a great sense of humor and wit.

link   Wladimir Kowtun     - Reply

Kernel Panic or Blue Screen of Death? :V

link   cfdev     - Reply

Hi David, even without characters dialogs we understand and appreciate this story!
i like the blue screen! Lol
the design of carrot is more smooth than usually!

link   Chalo Canaria     - Reply

Écran bleu de la mort, écran tactile...
Alors ca c'est Windows ou Android? Je suis confus, maintenant

A-t-il Linux dans Hereva?

link   Nicolas CARRIER     - Reply

Super, comme toujours !

link   Gear Builder     - Reply

Another great episode =j Thank you and keep up the amazing work!

link   Jtyhyy     - Reply

非常有趣

link   Lexi     - Reply

What is the unicorn platformer they dug up? A Robot Unicorn Attack persiflage? If so, it looks better than the original. Would like to play it. ^^

link   Dandy     - Reply

I think this is the cutest episode yet! Best little detail is the on/off switch on the crystal ball. :) Thanks so much for sharing your comic once again!

link   bloodywing     - Reply

OMG so funny. I like the new ideas.

link   还是那个逗比     - Reply

总算更新了,真是不容易!话说是不是该为捐助名单制作一个页面了。

link   还是那个逗比     - Reply

翻译这篇文章的这次可是真轻松

link   Kamean     - Reply

It's so cute and funny! =^_^=

link   SamWang     - Reply

Very nice. There is something I don't understand... As far as I know, there is no blue screen of the death that appear on Slitaz. You know http://www.slitaz.org : the GNU/Linux for spiders :)

Perhaps the witch is a beginner with balls and she had installed Windows... That would be an allegory of our world : you are close to the source of free software that would set you free but you sometimes you ignore it. Free yourselves, hackers :D

link   G. A.     - Reply

Very good, as usual.

link   Skarfester     - Reply

Excelent!!
That's a long and funny episode.

link   J-rocky     - Reply

@Brett McCoy Linux installed in the crystal ball, that's a brilliant idea!

link   spidery     - Reply

@SamWang - right on, you are! Thanks for your interesting interpretation.

link   spidery     - Reply

Great episode!
But IMHO the spiders look like ants.

link   zfen     - Reply

没有paypal,要是支持支付宝捐助的话,我也愿意支持作者。这系列的漫画真的很有趣

link   Laura Psychologue     - Reply

Excellent, ma fille adore vos histoires et je trouve que la psychologie des personnages est vraiment réussie, vous arrivez à transmettre facilement les émotions. Merci !

link   Anna from Ukraine     - Reply

Thank you for this beautiful story! :)
Pepper is so modest girl))

link   Erina     - Reply

Beautiful comic. Definitely gonna suggest this to my cousins XD. Love your artworks and style!

link   libre fan     - Reply

@SamWang http://peppercarrot.com/fr/article364/e … 59050327-1

Thanks for your comment about Slitaz and the spider. And I agree with you, this episode seems to suggest “Free yourselves, hackers, and everybody“.

link   LiquidMetal     - Reply

I didn't really get the story at first...

I had to go through it a couple times, and even after reading your initial comment, I'm still clueless as to certain pieces.

One example - Did Carrot cut the wire, or not?

Were they afraid the spider would do something bad to them? These and more points aren't clear.

link   Shahar     - Reply

I am reading all the episodes right now
Great comics!!
You are so amazing, keep writing 😃

link   Strill     - Reply

The first panel got corrupted =(

link   David Revoy   Author, - Reply

Thanks for the report, yes, the renderfarm had a hicup probably.
It should be fixed by now :)

link   Lisandro     - Reply

A bug fixing a bug, oh the irony!

link   niv zisling     - Reply

hi david,
why aren't the web spiders in the wiki?

link   David Revoy   Author, - Reply

Hey niv zisling; I think it's because of missing manpower to maintain everything or keep everything update.
Can you help ? Thank you!

link   skyline     - Reply

what a interesting imagination.
Are you doing all the translations? or other person doing translate?

link   David Revoy   Author, - Reply

Hi! Thank you, the translation is done by a team of volunteer, you can find all the names on the "Author" page.

link   LOLCAT     - Reply

How many did the bugs make?

link   Craig Maloney   Contributor, - Reply

Much like the cable company they're reluctant to give actual numbers on the number of subscribers to the "web". The web is rather popular in Komona and Kerberos and you can see a crystal-ball terminal in Saffron's office.

But naturally Saffron has one of the first portable wireless units. She's all about having the latest and best technology.

link   Ashragon     - Reply

It's the amazing admin spider!

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