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Issue 3 - Page 24

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Hey folks! Sorry about the whole nerve flareup thing. While I knew I had an appointment last Saturday for an adjustment, I didn't expect to be dealing with the Graston bit. Luckily that doesn't happen often. The arm's still tender, but I'm able to get back to work so... it's all good.

The slightly waviness in some of the darker areas of this page is due to the paper buckling from me pressing the graphite into it. I did a little cleanup in Photoshop, but some of the ripples still remain. I currently have the page pressed under a heavy book in the hopes it will flatten back out in a day or two.

As you can see, this is the last page of Issue 3. Issue 4 will begin not next week but the week after -- on May 24th. I plan on spending next week finishing up Issue 24 of CN:H.

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Comments [7]:

Ummm, there's Waviness in there? If you hadn't told me, I would have merely thought it was your brilliant rendering of the Wild Hunt and the way they warp reality around them! :D No, seriously, I can't tell that there's anything in this page that isn't SUPPOSED to be there. Looking forward to the next chapter on... wait, April? I've lost a Month someplace... ACK! the Wild Hunt got me!!!! :)
Sorry, May. I've been doing that constantly for the past week now, getting April and May mixed up for some reason.
I have to agree, I wouldn't have noticed the waviness as something wrong with the paper lest you told us. I actually like the little effect. :) As always amazing work!
As a Scribe for a Medieval Reinactment Society, I can assure you that the things we may see as Big Glaring Errors are actually pretty invisible to those who weren't slaving over the artwork. I never noticed the wrinkles, I was too much in awe of the play of shadow and light. Your Wild Hunt is awesome and terrific. (As per TPratchett: they inspire awe and terror.)
Eric Costello
(Bertie) They do look a bit on the under-nourished side, but on the other paw, they don't look like the type that would appreciate Anatole's cooking. They look rather like charter members of the barley water-and-oat husks crowd. You know, the ones that seem constantly peckish and resent YOU for it.
... holy smokes. Yet another page I'd LOVE as a print! DAMN, this is spooky
Aww, Fred's looking right at them! I wonder if I can make a Fred plushie...I seriously want one!!