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Comic #4069

1 {scene: on the train from Cairo to Al Balyana}
1 Prof. Jones: Let’s see what’s on the dining car dinner menu.
2 Prof. Jones: Chicken, or sausages. Hmm.
3 {beat}
4 Monty: You’re going to order both, aren’t you?
4 Prof. Jones: It was the breast of times, it was the wurst of times...

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I revealed a behind-the-scenes wide shot of the set used for this comic in this daily blog post a few weeks ago, back when I made the strip. Now you can see the comic as well, and see just how much of a set I normally build for a fairly tight shot such as the ones used here.

It's a tight shot to help the illusion that they're inside a train. I also moved stuff in the background behind the window for each photo, to simulate movement.

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