I wish you good luck on reworking this comic. I have enjoyed it very much and I hope to see it soon in a new format. Thank you for sharing your wonderful work with us.
Nice to have news from you! 😀
I’m seriously amazed at how dedicated you are, and I have no doubt that no matter what form you end up choosing, the result will be great. (though since I’ve been reading and appreciating the comic one so much, I’m slightly partial to it ^^)
Good luck for your moving in September.
Looking forward to whatever you create. People who read webcomics are very tolerant of plots with holes. It’s just part of the medium.
I just started reading your comic a few days ago (or maybe was it last week? I think it might have been last week?), and I have to say I love the artwork. I’ve just gotta admire anyone who does watercolor, especially if there are people involved. Skin tones, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
I’m also a huge fan of mixing text and image, and would love to see a visual novel hybrid (it’s something I would do myself… but I say that about a lot of things. A LOT of things.)
Take your time. Meanwhile, I’ll use the little wordpress subscribe button to let me know via email when there’s a new page/post up. One of the advantages of using wordpress rather than some of the other ways of building webcomic sites 🙂
It’s been quite a few months since your last posting.
If I may, do you have a projected date as to the restart of Archer & Squirrel?
Just wondering if you’re ever coming back or if things’ve gotten too much. It’d be nice if you could give all of us an update as many of loved your story.
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