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5th Nov 2020, 5:02 PM in 1: We're So Connected It Kills Me
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Coireall 5th Nov 2020, 5:02 PM
Five weeks was one heck of long time to have one class...!

I had to drop Inktober suddenly at the final stretch last week for personal reasons (I know Inktober isn't massively consequential but I just have to clarify that it did end pretty suddenly there). If anyone happened to maybe be disappointed, apologies -- I actually have some I might post late? With the month having passed, though, I may leave them...

Don't forget that "The Animals of Penny Wood" is available to read for free down below if you haven't checked it out! It came out the 30th -- I should probably write a blog to mark the occasion! Hope the week's been kind to ye.

The Animals of Penny Wood: by Colin O'Mahoney and Coireall Carroll Kent

Otherwise, keep up-to-date via my Instagram.


JCorrachComics 5th Nov 2020, 10:10 PM
...Am I a moron for just now figuring out theres a literal gender binary here? It feels so plainly obvious now I feel like i must have mentioned it before ',:o
Coireall 6th Nov 2020, 11:12 AM
I feel like I should be all pretentious and say "oh no, foolish mortal, it's all simply numbers", but you're right, this is basically what I'm going for!! This is sort of ridiculous and clichéd to say, but maths can be a metaphor for so much, and that definitely includes gender -- especially gender. That's without any kind of degree in maths, of course, just an interest...

Although, come to think of it, my perspective's so warped that anything I make/see will relate to gender somewhat!
JCorrachComics 6th Nov 2020, 10:00 PM
:OOO Listen I love hearing other peoples perspectives on this weird shit we call gender, I was hooked before but now I'm FASTENED in for the ride
Coireall 6th Nov 2020, 10:37 PM
That is really appreciated, hope to do it justice! :'D
r-o-o-t-w-o-o-d 11th Nov 2020, 8:45 PM
this is intense - so many layers of narrative!
Coireall 12th Nov 2020, 9:31 AM
Cheers! Honestly, my head can get pretty full trying to keep the story straight (and, for later parts, making sure that I come back to things), but I guess that's the joy of it :'D
r-o-o-t-w-o-o-d 14th Nov 2020, 12:53 PM
Absolutely! You’re fee to make as big a mess as you like and see if you can make it sensible in the end. I have worried about the exact same thing on my comic sometimes - it’s about the journey though