Wolfie_Inu

Wolfie_Inu

Real Name: R.T.
Age: 26
Gender: Male
Web Site: http://wolfieinu.deviantart.com/

About Me

When I started my webcomic here, I was studying for a 4-year degree in Geoinformatics (GIS) at the University of Pretoria, Republic of South Africa. Currently I'm done with that and working part time in GIS and IT.

The languages I speak are Afrikaans (mother tongue), English (relatively well), German (badly), and Tswana (barely).

I'm a fan of science fiction and "furry" art (Mandatory Disclaimer: furry, but not sleaze).

My Webcomics

Verlore Geleentheid
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Lost Opportunity
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Comment on Withdrawal of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 02 Jun 2015 07:14 pm
TV-statika / TV static: http://imgkid.com/tv-static-lines.shtml

TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
[In the silence, one would be able to hear a pin drop ...]

PANEL 2
Jane: That ... that can't be all ...

PANEL 3
Jane: Surely that can't be all!!
Comment on Ek Groet Vir Laas of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 19 May 2015 05:12 pm
TV afskakel effek / TV switching off effect: http://petapixel.com/2011/03/30/photographs-of-old-televisions-the-moment-theyre-tu rned-off/


TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
[fragmented]

PANEL 2
The Atlanteans have once again taken a step in the right direction. In the past we forced them into space. /
Today we motivated them to develop militarily up to the point where their fleets, led by a child of Old Atlantis, could defeat our ships in space. /
They could also wipe out a small base on Atlantis itself, just before it would have inflicted great damage on them. /
The next nail has been hammered into the coffin of the misleading Atlantean ideal of peace and stagnation.

PANEL 3
Today we have accomplished enough. On another day, my next avatar will reveal the next step to you. /
Verily, verily: peace causes stagnation; progress requires devastation. /
Therefore I say: may conflict and renewal be with you always!

PANEL 4
Farewell, my children ... / ... and goodnight.
Comment on Intercept of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 19 May 2015 05:03 pm
@Skydancer: Yeah, the original design wasn't that brilliant. Ah well, lesson learned :P
Comment on Intercept of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 05 May 2015 06:35 pm
Hierdie bladsy is geskryf as 4 panele en sou 'n deel van die sein wat onderskep is, gewys het. Maar dit het te laat daarvoor geword - te laat in die week, en te laat in die nag. Maar nou ja.

This page was written as 4 panels and would have shown part of the signal that was intercepted. But it got too late for that - too late in the week, and too late at night. But oh well.


TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
Officer: I -
Screen: Sorry to interrupt this session, but we have just received an extremely urgent message!

PANEL 2
Alex: What is it?
Screen: All Resistance ships that were involved in fighting, as well as our contacts in the Atlantean Khanites' navies, have reported that a very strong signal from an unknown source was just sent to all Anakim ships ... / Immediately after that, the Anakim all suddenly withdrew ...

PANEL 3
Jane: That has to be something terribly important, then ... could you intercept the signal?
Screen: We managed to intercept various fragments of it, and reconstructed the complete message out of those ... and I've just been told that a computer that was salvaged from an Anakim shipwreck was able to decode it. I'll send it to you immediately ...
Comment on Debrief of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 28 Apr 2015 07:04 pm
TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
[ And so, a debriefing is held ... ]
Jane: ... and I carried him to his ship and, um ... plugged him into the cigarette lighter. After that, we returned in his ship.
Alex: And the ship that you left in from here?
Jane: Oh, yes. After I left it, its autopilot kicked in. It's still waiting for my signal at the bottom of the sea. Maybe someone should go and get it at some point.

PANEL 2
Alex: Then with that, the formal debriefing is at an end. Any further questions or conclusions?
Jane: Well, I've learned not to simply trust every Khanite that's also got a problem with Om-Ankh. / And, well, it looks like the so-called "anakim" do exist after all, but I don't understand what it is that they want or why there are no Khanites among them ...
Alex: We in the Resistance honestly don't completely understand it, either ... Lieutenant, do you have any insights about this?

PANEL 3
Human Lieutenant: Nothing that I haven't already imparted to you. Before my colleagues and I were deprogrammed and incorporated by the Resistance, all we knew was that the very highest corps of leaders were Khanites. / The highest of them is the "goddess," who plays a quasi-religious and organizing role. / None of us was high up enough to get the full picture, but we did know that her orders were non-negotiable ...

PANEL 4
Jane: Really! Well, I'll have to wait for confirmation before I believe that one. / But on that same general topic ... the story that the late lamented Pinard told, that the Om-Ankh species itself was "created" by the Khanite members of the Anakim? Do you know about that?
Comment on Okaeri of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 07 Apr 2015 01:09 pm
TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
Alex: Look, the cabin is opening ...

PANEL 2
Jane: Uh ... tadaima~ ! ["I'm back!" (nonchalant)]
Alex: Onoda! Where's my brother? What are you doing here?

PANEL 3
Louwrens: She had to drive the ship ... she's the one who's got two hands ...
Alex: Wha- ... what on earth did you do on Earth?!
Comment on Tuiskoms II of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 30 Mar 2015 02:57 am
TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
Officer: Rossouw! Shouldn't you be in bed?
Alex: I heard my brother's ship had returned ...

PANEL 2
Officer: The General's ship is just coming in to land ... but apparently its communication system has become inoperative again ... we don't know yet what happened on Earth in the meantime ...

PANEL 3
Alex: As long as the General could stop Onoda before she could do too much damage!
Comment on Mode of Transportation of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 17 Mar 2015 07:21 pm
TRANSLATION:

PANEL 1
Louwrens: Without my reactor, I'm running only on a capacitor. I only have a few minutes of power left ... / I could be plugged into the ship, but given the time constraint ...
Jane: Do you have a power saving mode, perhaps?

PANEL 2
Louwrens: Yes ... I guess I could switch off everything except my heart and my oxygenator ... / That gives me another quarter of an hour or so, but because the synthetic components of my nervous system will be switched off then, I'd be mostly paralyzed. / I can't get to the ship that way, and you wouldn't be able to bring it back here in time ... / Except if you've got any ideas concerning that ... ?

P3
Jane: If you'd told me a few days ago what I'd be doing right now, I would not have believed you ...
Comment on Vakkennis of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 09 Mar 2015 08:31 am
"Fundi:" "expert" in Afrikaans and South African English. From the Zulu "umfundisi," meaning "teacher."


TRANSLATION:

PANEL 2
Louwrens: Well, I'm not exactly a fundi in the field of quantum physics ... / ... but I'd say that the energy coming out of there is nowhere near coherent enough to form a stargate ... !
Jane: And I'd be inclined to agree with you, honored colleague!

PANEL 3
Louwrens: I'm just glad that I still got to see it ...
Jane: ? / ... what do you mean ... ?
Comment on Meskant of Verlore Geleentheid
Wolfie_Inu, 02 Mar 2015 08:55 am
@Skydancer: Maybe :P

Louwrens only needs the reactor to power (long-term) the parts of him that are robotic. Of course, one of those is his heart, so...

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