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Ifalik » 18 Jun 2010 » Reply

Just found your comics today and I must say it really impress me.
Your art is easily distinguish and full of details, storyline so far full of tense and you update 3-4 times a week.
You can draw violence in a natural fairy way (odd words to type) and your coloring is incredible dreamy.
You brink me back memories, when I read Elf ´n troll, and then discovered the artists quit them.
So don´t you dare to join him and somehow give it up!
The time, when your comics will have bazilions of fans, and your site will unconquered rule TWC ranking is not far away.

PS: thanks for the "singing troll", he instantly win my hearth 🙂

    Trav the bean » 21 Jun 2010 » Reply

    I am so glad you like my world and my singing troll:)

    I am a good friend with a.p.furtado who wrote and illustrated elf n' troll I was sadden as well when he had to stop. Yet I understand why as well. It's hard for web comic illustrators to make a living on a product they give away for free. It actually is a labor of love, yet one has to eat first and pay rent, which is why we encourage people to visit the store and support the artist they enjoy. I have been talking though with a.p. lately and trying to encourage him to get back into the fray- we will see. I love his work as well, hopefully he will reconsider.
    trav

Kridon » 18 Jun 2010 » Reply

i just found this comic. it's amazing! the qualitiy of the graphics as well as the story. i will have to keep coming back 😉

    Trav the bean » 18 Jun 2010 » Reply

    Thanks – I am glad your enjoying it. I figured if I was going to do this I had to do it right:)

Scott M » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

Also didn't notice that this was the latest page. on the one hand, yay, I'm caught up, but on the other hand, now I have to wait for more!

    Trav the bean » 18 Jun 2010 » Reply

    🙂 sorry yet there are 5 comics out which are way further along in the story than what is online:)

    Yet next update is Monday morning at 12am

Brandon » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

Oh yeah… don't think we didn't notice that rope breaking 🙂

    Trav the bean » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

    🙂 i don't presume anything… 🙂

      Brandon » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

      Well, you're really good with the details, so we have to pay attention 🙂 You did a great job of making that an important detail on this page, without making it so overt that it distracts from the scene overall.

        Trav the bean » 18 Jun 2010 » Reply

        i try – sometimes i struggle with that, but i do like to make my viewers hunt for things. the casual observer just flips through- those that know me stop and really look:)

    Scott M » 18 Jun 2010 » Reply

    …Actually, I didn't. Thanks for pointing that out! 😉 Definitely a good thing to notice.

Brandon » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

Holy **** !!!!

This 1-panel page is explosive! WOW!

This is so, SO awesome! Now Bean's gonna HAVE to use that sword !!!

Wazor » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

I just found this comic today…and I am hooked on it!!! I saw that some of the other poster have mentioned some sort of books? If these books pertain to this comic let me know, keep up the good work.

    Trav the bean » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

    Hello and welcome. I am glad you like it. Yes this webcomic is also a comic books series. Issue 5 came out a few weeks ago and I am deep into issue 6. since I only update 2 pages a week the webcomic is in the beginning of issue 4:). If you would like to have a copy of the comics you can order them from https://www.beanleafpress.com/store/ or just click the link on the left side. I'll put a custom sketch in each issue as well. Thanks for finding me

    Trav the bean » 21 Jun 2010 » Reply

    There's a whole series of books you can buy through the store section of the site:)

The Dishwasher » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

Woo, it's so dynamic!

Charanty » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

It's about time to enter the monster!)

    Trav the bean » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

    yes, it is about time my dear:) but good story writing is knowing when to bring the monsters in and when to wait:)

Hoomi » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

Ah… looks like we get to find out how well that sword is going to work for Bean!

Samianne » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

Hi Trav~

Been a dA lurker of yours for some time, bought the books and now am caught up to the comic version. As always, I am strapped into this rollercoaster ride! Love the new look to the site and all of the functions you have added for readers to interact.

Look forward to the next posting!

    Trav the bean » 17 Jun 2010 » Reply

    🙂 yay da lurkers – 🙂 glad your here and I hope you've enjoyed the tale in the books. I would hope you take a moment to add a review at the store site on your opinion of the books.

    and keep the bar tight it is about to get bumpy

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