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Chapter 2: A tooth for a tooth 8

14th Oct 2014, 11:42 AM

 Chapter 2: A tooth for a tooth 8
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Mallister on 14th Oct 2014, 11:42 AM

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Hello, our fellow kithain, kinains and dreamers!

We're happy to say we're back! Some things have changed, like the page size (we had a weird format before, so we use the standard American comic page size now, which give us more space), but the story remains the same. I also think I've improved my drawing skills this Summer, so you'll notice some changes in the anatomy of the characters.

I hope you're still there! And I also hope to see your comments bellow =). Thanks for being there, friends! Keep the glamour flowing! (A little gift for you-> Link)

Special thanks to...:
-Jesse Villarreal (Facebook and Twitter) who is going to help us from now on to check the translation looking for better ways to write some expressions as we are not native speakers.
-Fire and Neoxanthas for the translations.

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Arethinn on 14th Oct 2014, 6:34 PM

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Yay! I was getting worried Chrysalis might be gone forever.

Eric on 16th Oct 2014, 12:01 AM

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Yeah - it's back :D

Interesting Changeling comic illustration comment

Guy Fawkes on 17th Oct 2014, 2:38 PM

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I can feel the colors tones are softer than before and some more definition on the line of the characters are noted.
Anyway, I do not think it's something that you could pereive if you were reading the comic in a row without paying attention to the lower reviews where you expound your work. That is, although there is a change in style from one page to the next, this is gradual, and will not be felt in the sequential reading.
In that sense, if you could perciebe, however, the contrast if you take the illustration of the first page (I do not count the cover, which always has an illustration style completely different from the inside pages of a comic) and compare with the last page you have developed.
Not sure if that making the most realistic picture elaboration (in drawings and colors) is good or bad (yet) for this comic, because although the extreme coloured pictures un this comic cast me away when I started reading, sice then I changed my mind and had been seeing is pretty good for a history of Changelings.
It is an interesting question. That is, it is seen that Mallister is improving the quality of illustration as it develops the comic (more defined lines, colors less extreme and more real, lights and shadows), and yet the works of "dark" comics that I know (Vendetta, Swamp Thing, Sandman) do not have "formidable" illustrations. In my opinion, in these creations, illustrators look bad for me (or perhaps do it deliberately, i can´t explain).
I mean ¿do you really need to improve the illustration quality much better? Maybe the actial quality is more than enough for the tone of story you want to tell (although Mallister could be able to go better in illustration quality, I can´t I explain again) .
Anyway, Changeling is a setting I do not know, so maybe thinking in terms of dark stories when in fact they are less so.
Another day I will speak about the argument, I have written too much.

¡I ask for forgiveness for my poor english!

grenli on 1st Nov 2014, 7:53 AM

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Chrysalis is back! YESS!
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