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Mina_Lunga on Nov. 26, 2012
Dawn breaks on a muddy fall day. Perfect for a hike!
at 3:40PM, Jan. 5, 2013
Downright artful, this here page be.
at 6:27PM, Dec. 4, 2012
Winzrella: I'm actually trying for a deliberately Finnish flair to these forests, since my normal default is all evergreens (like where I grew up) :-)
Kalliikak: Comedy is tragedy happening to somebody else.
at 2:13AM, Dec. 2, 2012
Nice autumn colors, Kaj!
Nice details the bird and the bunny.
The last panel reminds me of a lot of typical artworks I have seen in Ateneum (you know the place I'm talking about :)) for show. I just can't get any specific artist in mind...
at 12:37PM, Nov. 29, 2012
oh, no no, the story is fine! it's great! characters under your tutelage are simply destined for misery! it's to be expected XD (hehe, that's the joke i guess) i had gotten to the end of book 2, with all the bright colors and thought 'wow, that was sort of a happy-ish, well, i mean, it wasn't as horrible as it could be (except lyss died q.q), oh wait... book 3? they are all doomed!" and thank you, though i never truly leave... i just stop participating for years at a time <.<;
at 11:46AM, Nov. 29, 2012
Hm, does that mean I'm getting too repetitious? Perhaps I should have some good things happen, and keep 'em happening. If it helps, I hope for them too, and unless he screws it up there is a long-term Good Thing coming along for Will. But let me know if I'm getting too bogged-down in making everything miserable, because I would like the comic to be occasionally ... comic. Also, welcome back! I just went and saw what you've done with your site, and it is looking lovey! I miss the watercolor, though.
at 1:53AM, Nov. 29, 2012
the rosy fingers of dawn. i keep hoping for these characters. hoping that things can end well, hehe. i suppose that joke must be getting old by now. but in honesty, when i start to hope for them, i start to worry. like... that a brief moment when things are horrible might be the best they can expect. the first parts of chapter 18 are like that i think. a testament to good story telling i suppose. something very real and frightening about the predicaments at hand.