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22nd Jan 2012, 9:39 PM
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demontales 22nd Jan 2012, 9:39 PM edit delete
demontales
Allright, so here is page 25, later than expected. There was supposed to be another page before this one that had an interesting but not so useful conversation and I'd rather not drag this chapter much longer than it needs to. Next page changes the settings, and it will soon be getting into evening/night scenes again, which I much prefer.

Also returned to india ink and dip pen on this page, since my inking pen have mysteriously died almost all at the same time, and I just love ink. And I missed inking this way already, even if I'm more prone to fateful mistakes with it.

And finally, the character page has been updated with the main cast(central characters of each chapters) and will later be updated with the supporting cast. There's definately a lack of girls so far. The full images can be seen on my blog/tumblr(link on top of the page)
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Jacques 22nd Jan 2012, 9:57 PM edit delete reply
Jacques
Our house...in the middle of the street (stupid place for a house, mind you...).
demontales 23rd Jan 2012, 2:08 AM edit delete reply
demontales
Still listening to the song
moizmad 22nd Jan 2012, 10:25 PM edit delete reply
moizmad
Maybe the allies are bed-bugs!
demontales 23rd Jan 2012, 2:10 AM edit delete reply
demontales
Haha, he wasn't that desperate
machinehead 22nd Jan 2012, 10:55 PM edit delete reply
machinehead
Becoming a nudist is a great way to get your sister to move out, unless she's into it, then you move away and never speak of her again.
demontales 23rd Jan 2012, 2:12 AM edit delete reply
demontales
That's actually almost something he could do, as a last resort
wildcard 24th Jan 2012, 9:32 PM edit delete reply
wildcard
Lol at the last panel - the heroic pose really made it!

The character page isn't too shabby either, Obsessivity's looking good these days ;)
demontales 24th Jan 2012, 9:53 PM edit delete reply
demontales
Thanks :) Glad the last panel worked, I'm really trying to give more personality to the characters, give them more expression and better poses
hrwilliams 31st Jan 2012, 5:37 PM edit delete reply
hrwilliams
Lack of female characters can work out for a strong story. Just take Reservoir Dogs for an example.

Lack of male characters, now that's a different story...
hrwilliams 2nd Feb 2012, 2:44 PM edit delete reply
hrwilliams
P.S. - Sorry I forgot to list you on my big "thank you" post. I do really appreciate your readership and feedback!

(I made that list based off the comments on the last few pages, because I'm scatter-brained and didn't trust myself to remember everyone. Guess that didn't work!)
demontales 2nd Feb 2012, 3:04 PM edit delete reply
demontales
haha, don't feel bad about it. I hadn't commented on a while, and my purpose to comment is not to get recognition :)

As for the lack of female characters versus the lack of male characters. I think a story with mostly/only female characters can work great, but that's when their gender is not the only focus of the writer. And I have to admit that I have a harder time writing females(although working on it), and I'd rather play it safe with less than having a lot, but with terrible
characterization.

And also, Reservoir Dogs is one of my favorite movies :)
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