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Rest well, son.

posted by Zanes (Guest) on October 1st, 2014, 1:44 pm

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See you then!

posted by Juel3377 on October 1st, 2014, 2:18 pm

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Summonabitch! I'm gonna miss it! Looking forward to the next round.

posted by Geozen on October 1st, 2014, 2:28 pm

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I do not find it hard to call this comic amazing at all! I think you need to have a little more confidence in yourself!

Still, you need to do what you feel is best for your development as an artist and writer, so I'll be here when you get back!

posted by NaginiFay on October 1st, 2014, 3:28 pm

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what @NaginiFay said :D

posted by Scry001 (Guest) on October 1st, 2014, 3:46 pm

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Im a big fan since like a year or more ago, but I agree the pacing could get better...

posted by TheGreenOne on October 1st, 2014, 3:47 pm

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Take all the time you need. Good things come to those who wait and I'm quite patient.
Although of course I will miss this comic while it is gone as it was always the #1 comic I looked forward to reading.
Until you return fair sir I bid you good day!

posted by Arc Impulse on October 1st, 2014, 4:21 pm

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It's fantastic that you're taking time off just to improve, not so many webcomic makers can find it in themselves to do that. I'm excited to see how things change. :3

posted by Lovey on October 1st, 2014, 5:39 pm

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So... in other words... you're going on hiatus to do the comic maker equivalent of mountain hermit training?

I am cool with this. I look forward to the results.

posted by Terminal Devastation on October 1st, 2014, 5:41 pm

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I definitely approve.

"Good but not really amazing" is a statement that describes my opinion of the comic perfectly, and as long as the hiatus doesn't go for too much longer than planned, I think that this is an excellent idea. Good luck!

posted by MetaFawful on October 1st, 2014, 6:17 pm

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Stale pages are fine but as an update I think should be accompanied by another page.
I know you like to do to cinematic stuff. But a fade to black/white is a waste of an update IMO.

posted by Guest on October 1st, 2014, 8:00 pm

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If you or anyone else thinks for even a second that your style isn't good enough a slap in the head is necessary because this is one of the best style I've seen. However, the decision to improve is ultimately yours and I sincerely wish you the best.

posted by sydimini on October 2nd, 2014, 12:09 am

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I'd define you comic as GREAT
as AWESOME story + GOOD art = GREAT comic

Next is my personal opinion I don't mean to offend but to offer sincere criticism:

The art would be GREAT if some lines could decreace thickness when they're close to fade(like folded fabric hair etc).And AWESOME doing the first and adding color like the banners but I don't recomend this second cause it'd decrease updates and the thing I most like about the comic is that it could be on tv by the way it flows and feels like a great show.

posted by BurstThrough on October 2nd, 2014, 4:23 am

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I love the story and world you are setting up and am curious to see how it will develop. It is good to take your time to do things the proper way, but I will still be sad to miss out on updates until then. Best of luck to you and thanks for the story so far.

In my opinion the art is more then sufficient to get the story across, which is what I am here for, but do what you need to do to develop as an artist, as well as a storyteller

posted by Bear (Guest) on October 2nd, 2014, 8:48 am

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You do what you think is best, of course, but I'll certainly miss the slice of life side of things! I'm in no hurry for a grand adventure when everyone's being so cute.

posted by momothefiddler (Guest) on October 2nd, 2014, 10:10 am

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slice of life is stuff happening though, important character development.

it was the long arena segment where nothing was happening

posted by MrTTAO on October 2nd, 2014, 7:24 pm

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I personally like the art style of Spellcross as it is. It is both sketch-like, which is a style I like, and yet there is a hint of professionalism, or at least a fair amount of experience. But if you feel you need to improve, then I wish you the best and eagerly await the next update.

posted by Viri (Guest) on October 2nd, 2014, 11:35 pm

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who thinks this isn't amazing? you didn't look hard enough for the right people

posted by magnar1234 on October 3rd, 2014, 9:45 am

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I've loved this to death so far! in one sitting too! the art though lopsided fits! but improvements are welcome! take your rest you deserve it! i don't know about the rest of these guys but amazing is a serious understatement! this is something up to scratch of a professional standard! but i urge you. do not over do it. this s where alot of people go wrong and try to overdo things. i was worried you would pass out from 3 times a week! stay as epic as allways.
~best wishes the creepy guy standing in the corner of your loungeroom. >)

posted by willky7 on October 7th, 2014, 6:52 am

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I honestly don't get the people who think that the pacing during the fight scenes was poor. Fighting is about action, so I think those scenes are necessary. Like GS said, the comic reads smoothly when read all at once. I know it can be hard to wait a week or two for the story to truly continue, but if some part of the action is removed, even just a tiny portion of it, the flow of the comic may seem weird. I believe people base pacing off of their own expectations, rather than conforming to a specific pacing template, so to speak. There's no right or wrong way to pace a comic, It's just that the comic will appeal to different people depending on how it's paced. Some people like to see every behind the scene detail, while other people are impatient and want to read only the truly important stuff; that's just how human's are. So, just keep doing what you're doing and don't just rely on others' critique. I'm not saying to not heed the critique, it's just that, in the end, it's ultimately up to you, the artist, to decide how to progress the story.

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