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Ruthie » 6 Dec 2012 » Reply

I just realized Qwen’s hair is kind of imitating the way you draw storm clouds, trav, and the leaves falling so quickly from the tree reflect the fear in Qwen’s eyes as she feels the force of winter descending.

    Trav the bean » 7 Feb 2013 » Reply

    Qwen is connected to the world – her pain is also felt by the world… or the area she is connected to her. Which would account for the fierceness of the storm

someone » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

The spelling has dropped a bit recently. “Mongrol” instead of mongrel in the previous; “tounge” instead of “tongue” here… Less time to proofread?

    travsthebean » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

    yes i might have uploaded a previous batch…which sucks. These imperfections will all be corrected when the pages make it to a printed book.

Scott » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

Remember the sudden winter storm at the inn? It's coming for a reason.

sfbell09 » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

I love the leaves flowing throughout the panels and Panel 3, with the wind chimes swinging in a sudden gust.

Ian » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

Going great, Trav!

I only wish you could be cloned so we could get even more strips out of you.

Just a quick comment about spelling in today's strip: "tounge" should be "tongue". I only mention it because I want the book to be perfect when I buy it. It's a lot easier to change when it's still on the web.

Keep up the good work.

idd » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

winter is partial death (suspended animation) and renewal. What I wonder is where her other children have gone. Mia (the oldest?) is being sent with Papa, but what of the rest? hopefully they didn't all perish in the attack.

    Thomas » 18 Apr 2013 » Reply

    No, they didn't. A few pages back, some of Tia's siblings were shown strewing petals.

Theevilmonkey » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply



MaxArt » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

She may be a magic creature and all, but I don't like her stony look… What does that mean?

    Odo » 23 Nov 2011 » Reply

    I see it as the induction into the healing process. Winter is upon us, and that means that all plant life and other aspects of nature freeze. But in that still frost there is also healing. The sap does not flow and weaken one. In the long months of winter the healing works faster than the harming, and so with Spring will come renewal.

    Sorry about that; I got taken with a fit of poesy.

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