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Yellow Peril, An Asian American Office Romance Comedy | Dumpling Montage [Comic]



Dumpling Montage [Comic]

August 2, 2013

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Dumpling Montage [Comic]
Posted August 2, 2013 at 12:00 am
Thought it would be fun to close this storyline with a fun montage.  A montage!!!!

SUPER BOOK FIGHT


Tonight, we're having a book release party for the Super Art Fight art book!  That's a mouthful.  The party starts at 7pm. Admission is free.  It should be a whole mess of fun!

MOUSE OVER



We need a montage. A MONTAGE!!

PANEL 1

No dialog. Two customers compete eating dumplings.  Bodie and Kane cheer behind them.

PANEL 2

No dialog. A reporter conducts an interview with Julie.  In the background Annie and Ally joke together.

PANEL 3

No dialog. Julie waves goodbye to customers.

PANEL 4

No dialog. Julie, Bodie, Ally, Annie, and Kane sleep in various positions around the restaurant.

MOUSE OVER



We need a montage. A MONTAGE!!

PANEL 1

No dialog. Two customers compete eating dumplings.  Bodie and Kane cheer behind them.

PANEL 2

No dialog. A reporter conducts an interview with Julie.  In the background Annie and Ally joke together.

PANEL 3

No dialog. Julie waves goodbye to customers.

PANEL 4

No dialog. Julie, Bodie, Ally, Annie, and Kane sleep in various positions around the restaurant.
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Yellow Peril Blog
Posted December 24, 2020 at 01:15 pm

This video is sort of a subtweet about some art twitter discourse. But I wanted to respond in video form rather than in written form so that you wouldn't misinterpret my words. Also not linking the discourse directly because I don't want to dogpile on the inspiration for my thoughts. But here are three ideas that I wanted to share with artists for us to keep in our brains as we go into the new year.

Posted December 24, 2020 at 01:15 pm

This video is sort of a subtweet about some art twitter discourse. But I wanted to respond in video form rather than in written form so that you wouldn't misinterpret my words. Also not linking the discourse directly because I don't want to dogpile on the inspiration for my thoughts. But here are three ideas that I wanted to share with artists for us to keep in our brains as we go into the new year.