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Comic 15 - Page 14
7th Jun 2014, 8:39 PM
Page 14
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Author Notes:
Skweeee edit delete
Skweeee
Here I begin to reveal some of the aspects of Piper's Song.
User comments:
jolle edit delete reply
jolle
You sure this story doesn't take place in Finland? Because it's surroundings look very... finnish. Except there are no yellow schoolbusses here.
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Ha ha! Those of us who live in the North must have a common thread.
Stever edit delete reply
Stever
Another great page. I love the fact that she has trouble pronouncing Inupasgjuk. I know I would ;D
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
All I can say is that I know that I can spell it. I've been making an effort to try and make this a North Western Canada story. I want to draw on elements from what is unique to my region. The researching is an enjoyable part of the process.
IllustratorMan edit delete reply
IllustratorMan
I'm just in love with your winter scenery and how you utilize the camera to convey the vastness and/or isolation it exudes. Please...more dreariness! ;)

Think you've got a hit with this comic, man.
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Knowing your level of professionalism, that is a great compliment. Thank you.
Twistedfro edit delete reply
Twistedfro
Beautiful page...I can't wait to read about the Inupasgjuk too...now that is a hard word to say...and write :)
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Thanks Twistedfro. I'm actually looking forward to filling in that part of the story. Giants are always awesome.
Clanjack Farlo edit delete reply
Clanjack Farlo
Inupasgjuk... that's a mouthful! :)
Lovin' this, I have always enjoyed stuff involving giants! Keep it up!
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
I think almost every story idea I came up with for a comic had something in it related to giants.
Skyangel edit delete reply
Skyangel
I love how you've done that sunrise. I have to agree with the others that the scenery is really lovely and works well in setting the atmosphere.
afraker edit delete reply
afraker
I'm hooked to the story! :)
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Ah yes! Success. I hope that my story doesn't disappoint as it unfolds.
Miss-Kennedy edit delete reply
Miss-Kennedy
Very fine drawing style!
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Thank you Miss-Kennedy!
sephirencomics edit delete reply
sephirencomics
I can't pronounce Inupasgjuk either ;D
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
I have an Inuit friend who I should ask how to pronounce it properly, so that I could at least put the phonetic spelling in the story at least once.
ATHENA SCULPTURE edit delete reply
ATHENA SCULPTURE
Excellent work! I love the colouring ,especially the sky.
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Thanks! Normally I hate colouring, however I did enjoy making these skies.
enjmiah edit delete reply
enjmiah
I know the others have said this already, but your skies and landscapes are really great!
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Thank you. I actually enjoy making landscapes and backgrounds (much more than I would have guessed).
Sleeper edit delete reply
Sleeper
Christ I literally got chills there.


In most other cases I would say the framing is too bland but something about this comic makes your neat little rectangles feel so at home.
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Actually I like very dynamic layouts very much, I plan to use them from time to time. There are key moments coming in my narrative where I want to apply some impact (action sequences mostly). That's when I plan to use a more flexible layout.
Sleeper edit delete reply
Sleeper
When you do use them they'll mean more too.
Skweeee edit delete reply
Skweeee
Exactly! That's what I'm going for.
iggycrypt edit delete reply
iggycrypt
Great expressions on this page! I can't wait to find out more!