Yes, I have decided to stay with colored pencils, at least for now. I was able to pull a set together using some old RoseArt pencils I had at home and a mostly complete set of Crayola, so I've lost a couple colors but gained a few more. Trying to use photoshop was... fun... but I missed holding the pencils and pen in my hand, you know? Didn't miss the crampy wrist, though. Have a great weekend, everyone! :)
I have an unopened box of Prismacolors sitting around gathering dust.
It may be years before I end up needing it, maybe I bould do better mailing it to you?
What do you think?
Well it depends on where you live. If it's not Canada or the US (sorry I don't remember if you said it) it would be more expensive than the price of a new box.
I live in the US, and while I appreciate the thought, I think I'm okay for a while on my colors. I can afford to get them if I need to, I was just feeling stressed, more time wise. Thank you for thinking of me, though. It really does mean a lot to me, since you are one of my first readers! :)
This series is just so many kinds of lovely.
Why am I not surprised that Kithra became a tailoring trainer NPC. But that is not the proper behavior of an NPC...walking away like that on their own! They are supposed to stand still idle for years with no rest! Look at the engineer trainer, he has an auntie too and you don't see him packing up and leaving without authorization! Sheesh!
I'm assuming an adult Thook will be making an appearance soon. I await to see if you can meet your next artistic challenge: making an adult hyena look cute.
WHERES MY MONEY!! at lest she has a nice place by the beach.
I love the look of this comic as it is done in a traditional medium.
I will miss it if you switch to Photoshop but if it's easier for you do what you need to.
Also I'm really looking forward to seeing where this goes.
I enjoy this comic :)
I like older Kithra's design.
Loving the comic!