Comic 869 - Clear water fort

16th Jan 2017, 6:02 AM in Spirit of Adventure
Clear water fort
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Lackinganame 16th Jan 2017, 6:02 AM edit delete
As I drew these nice sunny pictures I looked out my window at the frozen outside and I had to wonder if maybe I was slowly losing it.


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Maryalee 16th Jan 2017, 8:26 AM edit delete reply
Let it go...let it go...Insanity never bothered me anyway....

When, and why did Arua buy a bikini? It's a very...*cough*...nice bikini. I very much appreciate Arua in a bikini...would buy the poster of Arua in a bikini. Still jarring to see Arua not "covered up a little." Sexist armor aside, the world WoW exists in is a pseudo-medieval time period where ladies running around exposed was frowned upon. So, yes this is a tad abrupt.

No, I'm not throwing cold water on all your work. You've had enough frigid precipitation this past week. I'm just trying to understand the context here. And Arua has a lot of context. I mean, she...what I...I'm turning the page now.
Lackinganame 16th Jan 2017, 8:56 AM edit delete reply

Spirit of Adventure exists in a mixed time. Well most of the weapons can be considered medieval like we also see customs that are very modern.

The concept of a vacation for example. Even when I was doing these pages I was thinking about how way back in the day you worked all the time because travel was expensive and work was needed to eat. Or you where so rich you just built a castle where you wanted.

There is also a lack of a strong cast system and food growth is more abundant allowing for more exploratory professions like engineering.

many styles are a mix of modern and old as well. With things such as "T shirts" being worn along with "Boots".

This is how Arua could be wearing a bikini. Now as for why this has a bit to do with character visuals. Something I would like to talk more about at some point.

But I will go ahead and say this, Arua wont be having a bikini adventure. This swim wear is strictly for sun soaking.
Maryalee 16th Jan 2017, 5:45 PM edit delete reply
Makes more sense. And I do like Arua's visuals.
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