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RichardHaiku
Richard is the words guy for Right Hemisphere and occasionally has a go at drawing too with the strip Moon Station Shakti, much to Robert's despair. Thankfully Robert is doing an excellent job drawing Right Hemispehere. Richard has also written and self-published several poetry books and a children’s picture book available for free at Smashwords.com

Robert is the doodler and occasionally has a go at writing something, much to Richard’s relief when he’s temporarily run out of ideas. Robert is also a graphic designer and has illustrated a self-published childrens' book called 'Bertie Needs a House' which can be found on Amazon.
Commentary
"Synchronicity: the coincidental occurrence of events and especially psychic events (such as similar thoughts in widely separated persons or a mental image of an unexpected event before it happens) that seem related but are not explained by conventional mechanisms of causality —used especially in the psychology of C. G. Jung" (Merriam Webster Online)
We are already seeing people assuming their robot cars will do everything for them and finding themselves leaving the road in unexpected and dramatic ways. Even Satnavs have proved challenging, with people nearly driving off cliffs just following what the computer says. Clearly more work needed on robot human interfaces.
Love that bow!
I just love this bow, great strip :)
RichardHaiku
February 3rd, 2019
Colour tones
As well as your drawings being brilliant I also love your choice of colour tones here :)
RichardHaiku
February 3rd, 2019
Cool
I really like your style in these strips :)
Dummies
NASA will be sending dummies loaded with many sensors to measure radiation levels encountered by astronauts in space. The Moonusians may not be so impressed with these new ‘visitors’.

https://phys.org/news/2019-01-dummies.html
love the light humour
I love the light humour of your strips, covering many of the human foibles we all experience :)
Love your story
Love your story and great art work too :)
nice
I really like the mood of your stories and your art style too :)
Love the lighting
I'm Enjoying your story. Love the lighting and top down perspective on the last panel:)
love the cityscape :)
I’m really enjoying your story and love the cityscape :)
Great strip
I really love your art style :)
There is much debate between scientists, philosophers and lawmakers around who is going to be held responsible when the first fully automated ‘robot’ car injures a human. Who will be considered the guilty party in the eyes of the law? The human ‘passenger’ who wasn’t driving the car, the manufacturer of the car, or the car itself? Perhaps we will have to build new prisons to house all the guilty robot cars?
If the roads are going to be filled with robot cars then surely the logical extension of this is that we will also need robot pedestrians. After all, we are already building robots to fight our wars for us and to keep soldiers safe. So why not create robot doppelgangers to cross the road for us too, so that we can be safe from all the robot cars.