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Comic 63 - The Cull - Chapter 2 - Page 29

20th Dec 2015, 10:19 PM in The Book
The Cull - Chapter 2 - Page 29
Average Rating: 5 (1 votes)
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Author Notes:

Singring 20th Dec 2015, 10:19 PM edit delete
Singring
Even in the world of The Cull people have to wash the dishes after dinner...

As you can see I am keeping Emalaith's wardrobe spider-themed. The reason for that will become clear in due time.

I was somewhat worried how the fourth panel would pan out and if it would be clear enough in terms of what is happening. The geography of where people are and the 'architecture' of Olias' home is probably not as clear as it could be - I'll probably put up a floor plan of the place for those of you who are into extra materials, lore , world-building etc.

Have a lovely Christmas and a Happy New Year, the Cull will be back in the new year!

Comments:

chris-tar 20th Dec 2015, 11:09 PM edit delete reply
chris-tar
Does Emalaith wish to mate with Adam? If so, why would they need Saphyr's help!?!
They.re not going to suck out his bone marrow or something horrible like that are they! Eeek! The secret of their awesome female strennth! Male bone marrow!!!!
Singring 22nd Dec 2015, 4:15 AM edit delete reply
Singring
I always enjoy your speculations about where the story is going and I love the imaginative ideas you come up with... almost makes me want to take the story in that direction! Rest assured, however, that there will be now sucking of bone marrow... at least for the moment ;). As for the plan... just a bit more patience and you'll find out some more details.
chris-tar 20th Dec 2015, 11:10 PM edit delete reply
chris-tar
Plus I really like Emalaith's dad's home. it looks really comfy and peaceful. I like the waterfall for instance. Spacious.
Singring 22nd Dec 2015, 4:17 AM edit delete reply
Singring
Thanks. That was the idea. Much of the inspiration for the accommodations are based on the designs and landscapes by Roger Dean and other fantasy artists.