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Comic #5029

1 Dirque: Land ho! It be Jamaica!
2 Wendy: Sigh. The land of me fathers...
3 Higgs: Ye be havin’ a long ancestry from Jamaica?
4 Wendy: Nay, me family be from England. It be the land of me father’s governorship.

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I thought Photoshop's sky replacement tool was pretty good, until I realised that by default it adjusts the colours of the foreground to "better match" the sky. The result in scenes like this is that the Lego figures get a weird blue cast on them that looks strangely unnatural. (Not that Lego figures look natural to begin with, but you know what I mean.)

So I need to manually adjust various sliders to try to tone that down a bit. I think it's not so bad in this strip, but if you compare to previous strips in this theme you might notice a bit of a difference.

Or you might not. I might just be super picky about this.

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