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|Lyinginbedmon||Posted on Mar 27 2009, 11:33 AM|
|Well I could, but that'd make it a bit tricky to continue writing in without some serious revisions...|
|Nameless||Posted on Mar 27 2009, 10:40 AM|
I thought the outside world might be post-apocalyptic or something and you were keeping it from us. :P
|Lyinginbedmon||Posted on Mar 26 2009, 11:50 PM|
| Primarily it's because they're in the catacombs, where they live and, for the most part, work within the Exersus Resistance. There is an outdoors page or two coming soon though, for those beginning to feel a tad claustrophobic (Or agoraphobic, I guess...considering space).
Incidentally, one of the story arcs I've had to cut for length so far is from Book 2 and was fairly substantial, it involved Igon's grandfather. Part of that arc remains when he's talking to Trinity for a deal, right before declaring his option of a last request.
|-skimmer-||Posted on Mar 26 2009, 10:57 PM|
Maybe not enough oppurtunity for it? I don't think there is something wrong with that....
|Nameless||Posted on Mar 26 2009, 02:27 PM|
| All the comics in this chapter so far have been in doors, we haven't seen outside at all in fact appart from in space.
Is there a reason for this?
|Memnarch||Posted on Mar 26 2009, 12:09 AM|
|Interesting name for a bar.|
|Lyinginbedmon||Posted on Mar 25 2009, 07:21 PM|
| So for those that haven't guessed it, Enko is the person whose sexuality was different from presentation back in page 4. In it, she was portrayed as being homosexual, when in actuality she's bisexual. It's not exactly a common position in Avbaroy, but nor is it exactly unheard of. Fortunately, in a world where half-dragons, half-elves, various golems, etc. exist, what species your partner is tends to be more socially-impacting than what gender they are.
In this page, I very much enjoy how Anthur's casual shirt turned out. As said earlier, I've been making characters in different outfits for a little while now, so I've had some time to work on it and I think it came out very appropriately for him.
Working with my storylines and Books makes writing them out two things: The first being that I always know how the story goes and what happens next well ahead of time, the second is that it makes me very inflexible, because my Asperger's makes alteration to long-established factors less than easy. As a consequence, whilst I would like to change the storylines to give Enko a bit more spotlight in this Book, she'll just have to wait for the next.
Fortunately, however, when I finally reach the point of getting Remember professionally published, I'll have tons of extra material for you all to look through in the paper/hardback versions. ;)