Red Rhyder

Act II Page 1
May 24th, 2013, 9:47 pm

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And so it begins!

three
Posted by three
May 24th, 2013, 9:47 pm
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The title of this act is "The Boy who Cried Wolf", which is technically one of Aesop's fables, and not actually a fairy tale, buuuuuuut it happens to tie in really well thematically, so I'm keeping it! ;)

I decided to do this page digitally, both to get a feeler for how quickly I can produce digital pages and because of the complexity of this particular page. I've decided to stay traditional for now until I can streamline my digital process.

Texture is from: http://browse.deviantart.com/art/paper-textures-75974801

EDIT: changed the site template again because the old one was continuing to give me problems. At this point, I'm starting to consider making my own layout -- but I'm also html illiterate so I'd have to put in some learnin' first @_@


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AdmiralBetas
Posted by AdmiralBetas
May 25th, 2013, 3:45 am
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Just found this story through one of my comic's fans. It's been a very interesting 57 pages, and the art is great to boot! You get a fave from me~



BadBanana
Posted by BadBanana
May 26th, 2013, 1:19 am
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AH! The site is so sexy! The comic logo at the top blows my mind! It's stunning.

On another note ;_; It's been a while since I could comment/read. My job keeps me so incredibly busy. I had a few pages to catch up on...
I've really enjoyed the bit of insight shared about the antagonists of this comic. (I've always leaned towards antagonists over protagonists) ;) so seeing their interpersonal relationships was intriguing. I'm looking forward to more on them.
I'd also like to add that these Goblins on this page (if they are indeed, goblins, that is) are awesome. I just love creatures like them. The strong world building you've created through various settings and creatures is so compelling! Can't wait to read more!



sam coaass
Posted by sam coaass
May 30th, 2013, 11:38 pm
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Yay! Your comic is set in England too! :)
I just finished reading your comic and I really love how the story is unfolding so far!
And I really adore how your pages look. I love the red highlights!



Posted by Rainymittens
January 28th, 2014, 12:01 am
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Is this...the goblin siege of '68? Because yes.



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