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Older sketch. It's still on, buried in the blog archives, and it doesn't deserve to be.

This is teen-aged Reagan; this is how her family remembers her, before she disappeared in the dead of night almost ten years ago. She left behind a goodbye note taped to the TV. It offered some explanation, enough to keep the cops out of it, but was mostly everything an incredibly unhappy 19-year-old would ever want to say to their mother, father, sister and brother, but held back for the sake of keeping the screaming to a minimum.
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I love the way you draw Reagan. She has ROLLS. Often when artists draw heavier women they look oddly inflated, like balloon people. Reagan looks real.
So Reagan and Ben did the same thing? Interesting.
Kindred spirits, that's why she likes Ben so much.
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