1) What does Chris drop?
2) What was Skinner's reason for not letting Chris have a look at the security system?
3) The piece Walt picked up from the evidence pile: what was the name of the specific exhibit from it was from?
What's been going on with the strip is that I've been at a crucial part in the story. The office scene is kind of a milestone in the story, because (without giving too much away) I've planned it out to be such that the story will really pick up in terms of story development from here on. Another thing that has been influencing the timing of the strips is school, and my weekly schedual. It's been semester time so, that was time consuming. Also, as you could have guessed, time management is also another problem.
A lot right now is going on in my art life. I'm still doing the internship, and trying to go further with that. Also, my design class that I was taking last semester has now become drawing. One thing I'm really looking forward to, is my first real art class (aside from school classes)! I'll be taking a class at Pacific Northwest College of Art starting 2/20. It's called: "You your portfolio, and art school." Now, I don't plan on going to an art college, but I do want to develop a portfolio, and that's what this class is going to help me do. In the class, they won't just tell you what you should have in a portfolio, but make you create works things for one. It should be pretty enjoyable.
The next morning, Chris is woken up by his phone. Unfortunately, it's bad news: The museum was
robbed. Chris and Walt head on down to the museum, and on the way, have a chat about doing another
stakeout. At the museum, they meet up with Skinner, Albert, and Jamie. They discuss the
good job the criminal did, then decide to regroup at the precinct and go over the evidence.
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