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Since Rose & Rosemary's names were so similar, it made sense that they would be close friends.

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MegSyv, March 10th, 2014, 7:16 am ( Reply )

Speed & Colors - Aw man, who the heck is Rose and why should we care?! I'M SO CONFUSED WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE. Can anyone help me?!

I'm trying something new this week, and you'll have to tell me if it looks bad or not. In the interest of making a page more quickly so that I could potentially have more updates in the future, I've tried a new coloring process. I'm going to try coloring the entire chapter this way to see if I can get a better handle on what I'm trying to do with it, but I'm really interested to hear your thoughts more than anything else (after all, I am making this for you to read!).

Happy monday!

Meg Out.

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I have a theory, but I'll sit on it for now until it's either confirmed or shown to be false! Man, this is exciting!

The colors are all very soft, which works well for a night-time scene. I'm curious how the colors would change with lots of contrast introduced, like a sudden bright light or something. I do love how saturated it is, it's very rich.

posted by Elwen (Guest) on March 10th, 2014, 8:33 am





 
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uh oh

posted by man in black on March 10th, 2014, 9:56 pm





 
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I know that angry mobs tend to not have a lot in the way of brains, but seriously, how dumb/superstitious ARE these guys?!

So, we know her original name is Rose, and later she changed it to Thistle...ohhhh that makes sense! Well played Meg, well played.

posted by Have a rock on March 13th, 2014, 7:55 pm





 
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Love how lynch-mob logic works...

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It's really lovely how just the legs show that the faceless person is definitely female.

posted by Imola on January 29th, 2015, 7:07 am



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