A very loud bird.
Okay, so webcomics are a very weird medium for a long story, because by the time you’ve read a page, the next page that references that one page might be like, 2 months and one week down the line. And you can’t exactly flip back easily to those pages like you can in a book. (But you can go back to page 63, beginning of chapter 4, to put this in perspective if you want.) One day, I’ll figure out the best method to print all this up, and then we’ll all be much better off. I want to get through chapter 6 before I do, because that’s…not exactly the climax of this arc, not by a long shot, but it’s…a climax? Of like, part one kind of? Sure.
Anyway, our werewolf throwdown is not going as planned! Instead we get the loudest bird ever! What’s up with that?! I don’t know, you’ll have to find out tomorrow :D.
I finally broke down and bought new brushes for coloring for Manga Studio 5 and they’re amaaaaazing. If you use MS5, which is like no one and I understand but you should, Frenden’s brushes are the tits. It’s like painting with natural media, but not. They react in such a cool way, and I cannot figure out how he got Manga Studio to do some of these things. Very impressed. I use his inking brushes too. The one I like is “leaky larry”, because it’s not too perfect and has a little jagged edge to the line. Working at 600dpi, it reproduces really nicely when scaled down.
Hey, and I added ads at the top and side of the page. If you’re like me, you probably have ad block on all the time so things don’t obnoxiously flash in your eyes, but if you want to do me a solid and support my comic, please click on them! Or turn ad block off and then click on them. I’m doing this business for free at the moment :P.