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Comic #3709

1 Jamie: Our scale model shows that the existence of the Loch Ness Monster is in fact plausible.
2 Jamie: Now we need to determine a method for detecting the monster in our scale model, and then see if that works in the real Loch.
3 SFX: splash!
4 Adam: Found it!
4 Jamie: That's gonna be tough to scale up...

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I tried using Photoshop's warp tool to create splashes of water around Adam in panel 3, however it warped not only the water into splashy shapes but also Adam and the background scenery, which, while pretty, was somewhat distracting. I probably could have done something with masks to get the effect I wanted, but I decided it would be quicker to just paint some splashes in.

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