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posted 28th Sep 2020, 5:48 PM

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28th Sep 2020, 5:48 PM

Llyrel

Aaaaand... goodbye to Kane the Shapeshifter too XD

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28th Sep 2020, 9:30 PM

noblejanobii

Oooh now this is looking really interesting. Can't wait to see more!

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11th Oct 2020, 12:15 PM

Llyrel

*Super late reply, I just got my computer back from the tech, sorry D: *

Thank you so much, glad you're enjoying the story so far! *O*

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29th Sep 2020, 1:44 AM

...(RockB)

First I thought "Goodbye by Ka-Boom?" right after reading your author-comment. Then I read the mouse-over description... "O_o he attacked?" So with this hint, I considered the last panel again and now I realized that it's the silhouette of two persons, not one.
(Huh, I hope I didn't spoil the fun for anyone...)

This is - a new way of telling a story, or is it an old one? No, it is new!

(There have been very early "illustrated stories" in Germany , first (I believe) done by Wilhelm Busch. With these, the written story was the main thing, the drawings were adding details to that story. Here I think it's the other way round.)

And now I'm not sure if it isn't better to leave the description in the mouse-over, so they are a bit more hidden.


Edit: Cute fangs!
And - It's maybe not nice but I hope that shape shifters are edible :D

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11th Oct 2020, 12:19 PM

Llyrel

Oooh, I'll have to check those stories out, they sound interesting! :D

Also yep, haha, the vampire attacked! Shape-shifters are definitely edible... although I'm pretty sure Kane would have probably preferred otherwise! :'D

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11th Oct 2020, 2:47 PM

...(RockB)

The Wilhelm Busch stories were most often quite dark, if not evil if you consider the drawings alone, and were lightened up much by the rhymes below the images. There are images online, but if you can't read German, you only get the drawings without the lightening by the rhymes. And I can't translate the text into English and still keep the rhyme.

But now I found something: Here is one example of Wilhelm Bush's style with very little text. There is probably no need to translate it ;^)

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