Comic 591 - Show down at the end

23rd Mar 2015, 7:04 AM in Solace
Show down at the end
Average Rating: 4 (2 votes)
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Lackinganame 23rd Mar 2015, 7:04 AM edit delete
So this week I had a lot of fun using the hard light and shadows, But next week is going to be all about the action! I hope you enjoyed your extended update that almost didn't happen!

(Next update 3-30-15)


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domestic goddess 23rd Mar 2015, 10:11 AM edit delete reply
i love the way you used light and shadow to add dimension to the characters, especially to show emotion and on their clothes.
fallcount40 23rd Mar 2015, 2:57 PM edit delete reply
Would you quit messing with me already! I know he's not dead!
Maryalee 28th Mar 2015, 9:26 PM edit delete reply
So after having now gone back and reading the entire Solace arc I find myself with questions you can't answer yet.

If Arua was chosen as an Archon for this task, is she going to lose her powers once it is completed? I find I don't like the idea of that possibility. I want her to continue to be a force for the light. It's what she's lived and worked her entire life for; and to have one moment of service seems cheap.

In line with that, will this showdown mark the end of Arua and Cer'veja in the comic? I don't like that idea either. Arua has so much potential in her to be a powerful champion character. I want her to stay on. I believe there are more stories that can be told with her. The world is a dangerous place, it needs it's champions.

P.S. I just subscribed and put in a TWC vote. Would be nice if you could have the voting link on the page somewhere, but I don't know if ComicFury allows it.
Lackinganame 29th Mar 2015, 12:03 PM edit delete reply
I wish I knew how to place a TWC vote link in web page like under the banner or something, but my coding is really weak.

As for your other questions, well I suppose it was a answer to one of my own I had this week. The question I had was, "Should I keep doing Wow comics or should I try something of my own?" To know that their are readers that feel Arua has potential in her makes me want to bring out that potential. That's something I can't do if I quit doing wow comics. So thank you.

As far as this being the end, well I am starting concept for Arua today in book two...

(slide off grinning)

p.s.: Glad you like the Solace arc.
Maryalee 29th Mar 2015, 1:36 PM edit delete reply
The answer for an artist is that you should always seek to do what feels right for you. To force art that you don't feel cheapens the art and burns you out. You've put so much work into this comic, I can understand where the desire to move away comes from.

That said, you've always tried to maintain a very brisk update schedule with this comic from what I see. Creating 2-3 pages a week is a pretty stiff schedule. What would you think of slowing the production of Gratz to at most 2 pages a week, and using that other page for something that is all your own? Not trying to push, just mentioning the possibility for options. Not lying, I am looking forward to more Gratz, but artist is more important than comic.
Lackinganame 30th Mar 2015, 4:53 PM edit delete reply
I suppose your right, part of the reason I do so much with Gratz is I live in fear of not finishing it before I lost interest. I have attempted a number of projects that I never finished because I lost interest in doing it.

Starts with a "Well I'm not really feeling up to it right now, maybe I'll do it later." Later turns into days, weeks, years. That is something I don't want to happen with Gratz so I pushed my self hard to finish it.

Maybe I need to do more extra gallery stuff, mix it up a little more often to get a fresh take on things.

(I did watch a video on Youtube about over coming writers block, it was really good and helped out a lot.)
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