- Nov 21, 2014
Thanks, Disayle, much appreciated! I hope I've paced it all in a satisfying way, but there's definitely a sizeable set of mysteries, small and big, to unravel as we progress - with a bunch of clues laid out for the most perceptive readers.disayle31 said:You sure know how to pique interest, Koobs, though as a longtime fan of yours mine was already high. Who are these guys (and the girl)? What exactly are they trying to accomplish? Who's "they"? Who's the guy with the shovel? I wanna know! And I know you'll answer these questions by telling a real kickass story. The line about YouTube pranks had me laughing out loud. I'm definitely looking forward to see where this goes!
Thanks, Brent! The comic is intended as a rather long term thing, though with a finite, pre-defined storyline - I'm actually pretty open to moving the pieces around in this one, based on feedback, but I'm adamant about where I want to end it all. I've also prepared two "doomsday scenarios" in case it was about to get cancelled way early, allowing me to wrap it up much sooner, if need be... Thus is the fate of a pessimist, always preparing for the worst-case scenario! Alas, here's hoping it will be cool enough to keep up your interest throughout its entire run. So far so good.chozo_hybrid said:Is it intended to be a long term comic? Or is that undecided? The one thing I wasn't a fan of was the fuzz filter (is that the right word?) or whatever it is. Gives it a textured kind of fuzzy look to me making it weird on the eyes in some instances, not a deal breaker though. I like kind of Tell-Tale Games style it has going, I look forward to updates
As for the fuzz filter - do you mean the overall visual noise, or rather some specific elements (like the backgrounds) in select frames? I did end up increasing the contrast of the noise in the first part of the comic several times, and might've overdone it a bit.
I am indeed a follower of the One True God Nicolas Cage, so it might've just been my love for his awe-inspiring facial formidability seeping into the frames of this comic. I shall not apologize, though, as this spontaneous creative outburst is but giving testament to The Wildest of All Faces, The One Who Gawks.RatGouf said:Maybe this is a sign I'm insane but some of her facial expressions remind me of Nicolas Cage....
Holy shit, people I know, talking to me, enjoying my stuff! On behalf of myself, you're awesome, thank you and this whole place is really neat.Firefilm said:On behalf of No Right Answer, I dig your art style, love the intrigue, and welcome you to the site.