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break Room / Re: Hello my old Friends.
« Last post by legomaestro on Today at 04:08:23 AM »
Oh yeah I vaguely remember something like that happening haha.

Oh I don't think I heard of alcohol pens until now. It's cool that you learnt to draw with your father. It's something nice to hold on to.

Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« Last post by legomaestro on Today at 04:05:54 AM »
Haha word, word.

Suuper, the bulk thing seems to be the solution. I've made a nice batch digitally on A4 people and because of the zoom function I could pack a lot of figures in one session. I think this might be the way to work traditionally as well! I'll try it out for sure.

And beware. Slightly rotund image
Oh I happen to like the way he's turning out. Damn that armour must've been quite fun to draw hahaha. Love the flowy hair and the  cloak feels like cloth imo. I think it's the line weight thing.

If it were me I'd be like: Request done lel

Man that ghost girl turned out so good. Great stuff suuper!

Well gang, I did it. Senkumo War Stories is finished. Of course, Book of Revenge still has to be proofread and there'll be some small additions here and there, but the series is pretty much completed.

While DbEG could be quite dark and gruesome at times, SWS allowed me to go as dark and deep as I wanted. With the mixing of Shinto/Buddhist mysticism and real Japanese history, there was pretty much no limit to what I could write about. I feel like I did a good job with it. It gave a much more detailed account of everything Tsukiakari went through than the light summary given in DbEG. It depicted the brutality I wanted, it tackled the themes I wanted, and it gave a foundation to many of the conflicts in DbEG.

The best part was definitely writing the last few chapters of Book of Revenge, after Tsukiakari had managed to escape from the long, long, LONG ride of death and violence in the previous books. She outlived the Warring States era, and the story wraps right into the beginning of the War Cloud arc in DbEG. A perfect circle.

Feel free to let me know what you thought of the series  :clapping: If it was good or if it sucked.

Develop Your Story / Re: [Novel November] Baroburo
« Last post by Operative13 on Today at 12:34:56 AM »
Survival is Your Responsibility
The shallow waves furrowed slowly onto the shoreline, gently rocking the rowboat to its sides as three cloaked men lumbered a large carcass across the beach. Black veils hid any facial features in the dim starry night, their hoods protruding overhead and scabbards dangling against their knee-long midnight coats. With a heavy grunt, the men heaved the carcass onto the edge of the boat and rolled it over.

“That should be all of them,” Earnest said, pulling the spider’s giant legs up onto the boat. “I don’t think we’ll be able to fit anymore tonight.”

“We’ll get there. Just a few more hunts and the Priestess can make how many she well pleases,” Captain Lewis replied, taking hold of the spider’s other end and shoving it in with the other dead carcasses stacked onto the boat.

“What’s so special about spider eyes?” Bertram asked, holding the spider legs overboard as he raised his hatchet and began dismembering its limbs. “Ain’t the mushrooms enough?”

“We’re not collecting the eyes for poison, Kid. It’s for the new potion she’s brewing,” the Captain replied, now working on the spider’s other limbs.

“I bet she got that idea from that book of his,” said Bertram, tossing the legs overboard into the water. “Don’t you find it funny how we still rely on...”

“Don’t push it,” said Lewis, tossing another spider leg into the water. “He’s long gone now. It’s best not to talk about him anymore.”

They continued hacking away until all the spider’s limbs were gone, then tucked the rest of the body with the others. They listened to the howling night, a horde of ghastly horrors reverberating through the pitch-black forest. It was a distance away, yet they knew to be wary of it.

“You hear that?” Lewis gestured to his ears hidden behind his hood. Bertram nodded. “Always listen to the echoes. Feel the vibrations in the air. When they’re in your sights, that won’t be around anymore. Take it in. Remember it when we come back.”

“I hear footsteps,” Bertram said.

Lewis and Earnest drew their blades. Footsteps in quick succession, pattering through leaves at the lightest touch. They readied for whatever came through the woods, their senses focused to the darkness before them.

“Hold your blades,” a hushed voice called out. “It’s me.”

A dark-cloaked figure wielding a bow appeared out of the brushes, his face completely covered by a black veil. He waved his arm up as he slowed into a walking pace.

“Blessed Almighty, Neel.” Earnest sighed, sheathing his blade. “You scared the daylights out of us.”

“You should’ve signalled,” said Lewis.

“I know. I didn’t want to drag them here. Something’s agitated them. They’re out for blood.”

The horde’s blistering screams rattled the forest. A chorus of shrieks and shrills, climbing rapidly tone and tempo, fast approaching.

“You’re sure that wasn’t you?” said Bertram.

“We need to go. Now,” Captain Lewis ordered. “Everyone on the boats.”

Then a scream. But it wasn’t the distorted wail and howls of monsters. It was distinct.

It was human.

“A survivor!?” Earnest exclaimed.

“Impossible. No one could have survived outside the walls.” Lewis grabbed the oars and held the other at Bertram. “Let’s go.”

“W-Wait, we have to help him!” Bertram stuttered. He jumped off the boat and onto the rocky shore. “We can’t just let him die!”

“He’s already dead. Get on the boat,” ordered Lewis.

“So we’re just going to leave him!?”

“Save your breath, Bertram,” Neel chimed. “There’s no way the four of us can stop them all.”

“Listen to your Captain. He knows best,” Earnest added.

Bertram only shook his head. “I volunteered to help people, not to be a coward.”

“Bertram, listen to me...” Lewis began. Yet before he could utter another word, Bertram turned and took off into the forest. “BERTRAM!”

“Damn it!” Neel cursed, chasing after the young man.

“You too!?” Earnest blurted.

He traded glances with Captain Lewis who could only sigh as he drew his sword and hopped off the boat.

“Let’s get to it,” said Lewis.

“What about the haul?” Earnest asked.

“Leave it!”
like i need an mmulti layered environment to manga around ...the same kind of logic and tool lol
so do u design everyo-environemnt?

it's like designing escalator right? but it's everywhere.

i hate escalators tho. so boring. so thinn

WIP for Devola.
It's slowly getting worse and worse with each iteration lol
can't be helped since it's so far outside of my comfort zone XD

I finally created Eric’s simulated universe for this story idea.

Here’s the Wattpad app story link :

I’m a complete beginner at writing so any feedback would be appreciated.
Manga Writer workshop / Re: [Best Story of the Week] Novel November Marathon Poll
« Last post by Operative13 on November 15, 2019, 11:00:21 PM »
The 2nd Vote for Best Story of the Week is now open! Keep up the writing, good luck, and have fun!  ;)
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