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it scenes like these that allow me to breathe a little. I personally love the transition pages. It is a nice break.

I should be getting the books soon as well. Plus if you would like to see the new store look- just click the store link. In the transition of creating a new store- come check it out. Books will go up soon.

Well on to finishing off the store and making it all pretty-
keep on creating


Chris A. Bolton » 3 Nov 2011 » Reply

I love this whole comic, but the quiet scenes are a particular favorite. As a creator who fears losing readers by boring them just one time, I applaud your courage in taking a moment to let the narrative breathe. To me, these are actually among the most compelling pages.

    Trav the bean » 3 Nov 2011 » Reply

    why thank you- i think these scenes are great in changing tempo and emotion and allow for your story to breathe a little. I was timid at first yet now i feel that they vital and add so much more to the story.

Mary » 2 Nov 2011 » Reply

That's what you call suspense.

Vic Briseno » 2 Nov 2011 » Reply

I love the creature's in the world…Do you have names or explanations for them? I like the little furry ones underground also.

    travsthebean » 2 Nov 2011 » Reply

    Thanks I have a lot of fun creating them, though to be honest, i haven't named them all. I figure that will come when it is ready…but for now, they goal is to continue pushing forward

Ben » 2 Nov 2011 » Reply

A nice break, even though you're drawing such complex scenes . . . do you dislike writing for your characters?

    travsthebean » 2 Nov 2011 » Reply

    not at all- i just like my scene changes to flow nicely- and this allows the story to create a smooth transition for a scene change. I love writing for my characters and part of that writing is creating scenes that do not need words

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