“Torch” — Part V, Page 34

Posted on February 8, 2010 at 5:00 am in FINDER as part of TorchTorch - Part Five, « TorchTorch - Part Five, . Follow responses to this post with the comments feed. You can leave a comment or trackback from your own site.

20 Responses

  1. Scott Bieser says:

    Employee relations seem to be rather complicated in this world. Hurm.

  2. Owlmirror says:

    Dude is hard up…. he’s got wood for wood.

    (Hey, I never claimed to *not* be objectively evil)

  3. Lethe says:

    I have a feeling she’ll let him make things just to stop him from begging lol. What a hilarious moment :D

    and, “why I built coldgarden”… our lovely violin maker is much older than a mere 120… that’s as long as she’s been doing THIS.

  4. Carapace says:

    Sweet Ricepaper, he’s adorable. A violin groupie, I love it! And clearly so does she, to be letting in this street kid to her Forest of Solitude.
    Oh, and Panel 1? the framing makes me very happy.

  5. “can you .. can you .. “play”, while we …?”

  6. Liza says:

    Oh, how I wish people who say things like that were this attractive in real life.

  7. Speed says:

    Yeah, me too. Well, that’s what fiction is for, no?

  8. Oneiros says:

    Is that the main reason you write and draw Finder, Speed?

  9. Hmpf says:

    Smooth, Ahsef. :D

  10. K.L. Droscha says:

    Is the Lady part of any particular clan?

  11. Liza says:

    Well, thank Ivitye for fiction, then! It seriously cheers me up that in Anvard, you can be over 120 years old and still get propositioned by sweet young guys with nice hair.

  12. Oneiros says:

    Well, she looks very good for 120, and why wouldn’t he proposition her? With her skill and instrumentation, she gives him O. Of course he’d want to give back.

  13. Oneiros says:

    Speed, you were in a dream I had last night.

  14. Quick, Speed, get out your violin!

  15. Oneiros says:

    It doesn’t have the effect on me it used to. Sorry, Des.

  16. Oneiros says:

    “We read to know that we are not alone. What do you think?”
    – C. S. “Jack” Lewis, “Shadowlands”

  17. Ahsef’s nice, Oneiros. Ultimately no offense meant. “I’m running a race and you’re the Book I Read, so…” – Talking Heads

  18. Oneiros says:

    No offense taken. Your response was actually pretty funny. :)

  19. Owlmirror says:

    Continuing with being objectively evil, here:

    I just now realized that what with the musician seducing Ahsef with music earlier on, and Ahsef bluntly propositioning her in return, that this tale is full of sex and violins…

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