Oh Oberon, you so spooky!
OooOooOooo. Talon is PISSED!
I know I said in the blog post that I would have this out on Friday. But then I realized I promised my Patrons 24 hour early access and I wouldn’t have time to give them that if I put this up on Friday (I just finished it, and it’s 7:30 pm) So yeah, it’s finished on time but it’s getting scheduled for the usual Tuesday time so I don’t cheat my Patrons.
This month is going to be difficult with regards to keeping this comic going regularly. I may have to substitute a few teasers until things free up a bit for me.
Never fear! The comic is still going strong! But so is the rest of my life. *laughs*
Oh noes! The Slaugh are coming for Elijah! EEEEEEEEEEE!
And thus ends Chapter 2 of The Prophet’s Web! Stay tuned for the next chapter and find out what happens to our favorite cabin boy!
Clio’s a good storyteller, if Elijah would just let her start.
Clio is a chatty Fae. Thanks to all my Patrons for helping me get the sim needed to make this comic!
Clio’s house is featured predominantly in the upcoming page of the comic so I have spent much of my time getting it ready for its big debut. Little details make the scene, so I am making sure that those little things are perfect. Everything in the scene has a story. I do that mostly because I’m a masochist but also because it adds depth to a scene and allows the visuals to be more than something overly simple. Most of what is out there won’t ever make it to print, but it *might* so I spend time making the environment, rather than just a few out of place scenes.
It’s nearly done, then I can get the photos for the next page of the comic, edit them together and have something to post come next Tuesday.
That is, so long as the holidays don’t steal all my time. I’ve got quite a few things that need to be done for home and family and they come first. I’m sure you all understand that, so thank you for your patience. I will do my best to get a comic out asap!
I mean, it’s the land of magic and mysticism, it’s bound to be more colorful than the land of science and engineering, right?