Just sent the revised version of chapter three off to the editor. The first round of feedback was very helpfulI. I can’t wait to see how version 2.0 is received!
Also, I just completely filled an art archival box with completed pages. Dang! So many pages! In order to accommodate future pages, I hopped over to my favorite art supply web-store, Jerry’s Artarama, and bought a new art storage box and some acid free tissue paper.
The next page will be uploaded Tuesday, December 5th.
Oh ho ho!
Me thinks there be a bit ‘o’ flirtery going on here, y’think!
Oh boy, Lark-looks like the squirrel Got you!
The pale girl is a big flirt!
Pictured in the last panel: Lark imagining a giant mousetrap with the nut as bait.
Good luck with the editor. 🙂
Yes! I like that visual! LOL
Magic hazelnut – swallow it and the squirrel will jump right down your throat!
Also, congrats! It’s such an amazing feel to have a big old stack of finished pages!
This reminds me of The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. LOL.
I gotta say, this is one of those comics you wished you found out about 2-3 years from now. It’s interesting, pulling and the art is very nice but the updates are a drag.
I’m not gonna complain tho cause I know each page takes time and effort (been following another amazing comic for +3 years with the updates and I can swallow the years again for this. I think it’s worth it)
Again, great job
Keep it up
Awaiting each page with great excitement.
First, thank you for the complements! I greatly appreciate the support.
Second, I also wish it was possible to commit to more frequent updates. I’ll be switching to weekly updates after I pass some tests. However, it will be a while before that happens . Oh the things I would do if income was not a concern…
Again thank you for your willingness to stick with this comic. I think you’ll find your patience and dedication rewarded.
I understand the struggles of living life and finding the time to publish this FREE comic for us. I’ve always been the most patient person I know and I won’t be greedy about this comic (even tho I’m dying of curiosity)
So once again
Take your time, create when you have time =D
Dang, Miss Pale over here needs to get some sun!
Perhaps we can giver her a gift card to a tanning salon.
I like the artwork and think that the choice of traditional media (paper and paint) is paying off. This story is looking great.
Looking forward to the next episodes.
Good luck with the editorial incursions.
Thank you Karl. When I started this comic, I knew using a tablet would make things quicker and easier, but I love traditional media so much. So I went with watercolor and ink. I think it was a good choice too!
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