“Listen to my story. This may be our last chance.” And so begins the comic! This one took me forever because I wanted to make a good first impression. Neither the art nor the writing will ever be as good as I want them to be, but after hours of labor, I think I’m finally… Continue reading 001-00
Long strip is long. Heart of Keol follows the mobile-friendly, scroll-y format of Korean webtoons. Although this particular strip is extra long, all strips will be at least longish, so I hope everyone’s okay with it.
Never assume the stranger you’re talking about within earshot doesn’t understand what you’re saying… Different fonts and colors are being used to denote different languages. Here we have English (brown with sandy bubble) and Korean (black and white). The fonts are also different, although not super obviously so.
If you’ve read this part prior to June 2016, you might remember this scene a bit differently. There’s been a major revision with brand new art! I didn’t redraw it just to make the art better, though. The old art was honestly fine. It was the writing that needed help. The differences are subtle (the… Continue reading 001-03
Lesson of the day: don’t talk to strangers. Especially if they sport a vaguely arcane-looking tattoo and a creepy grin.
O WUTS GOING ON HERE??? And where is ‘here,’ for that matter?
Talk about a flashy entrance! The next few chapters were actually completed months before I even started drawing this one, so you may notice some weirdness art-wise (and maybe writing-wise too, eek!). It would not be productive to redraw every single panel, but I will try to fix the worst ones before they get posted.… Continue reading 001-06
Please check out my Patreon page, and support me if you can! It’s my birthday today (Nov 26th), too! :D There will be no date this Thursday due to Thanksgiving. But who wants skipped updates? I sure don’t! So here is this Thursday’s strip, posted a little early. There is an old version of this… Continue reading 002-01
That’s not a pitchfork he’s wielding, by the way. It’s a type of a rake, so the prongs are perpendicular to the pole. Oh man, the sound effects. I need an onomatopoeia consultant :(
Old art all around today. The paneling is pretty bad here; it doesn’t flow smoothly, and it’s got more talking heads than I would’ve preferred. It shows how much I have improved (drew these panels months ago), though, doesn’t it? I’m a little worried about how the next strip will be received… ^^;