10th Oct 2017, 8:09 AM in Feral

Krakatoa dreams... [ctd]

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Krakatoa dreams... [ctd]
Krakatoa calls for the only person in the monastery she knows.
Krakatoa: Bartholomew? Bartholomew?
A specter of Bartholomew appears beside her bed menacingly.
Krakatoa: Gasp!
Krakatoa wakes up.
Krakatoa: Eeeah?
Krakatoa turns around in the bed, towards the book.
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Reinder Dijkhuis 10th Oct 2017, 8:09 AM edit delete
Reinder Dijkhuis
Originally published on April 3, 2008 with art by Aggie Janicot of American Gothic Daily. The new version is still based on Aggie's layouts and has new coloring by her. This was originally a double page; the redone version of the first half was published last Saturday.

In other news, I have a Patreon now! It's still in its embryonic phases and there are no pledge tiers, goals or campaigns set up. What you will find there is:
1) the ability to go ahead and pledge if you want to give me money for my work. It is set to pay by the post for now, but I will mark the vast majority of posts as free for everyone so they don't trigger the charge.
2) another round of reruns of Feral appearing daily (for now) and free for everyone. These will have a little more commentary to them, because Patreon has this big inviting box to type background info in, and that seems to be the sort of thing Patreon users like and want. So if you want to know more about each page, its history and the decisions Aggie and I made while working on it, follow the comic there.

I am still learning how to use its publishing parts, which I know some other creators have found cumbersome, and I haven't fully developed my ideas about what sort of bonus content I want to offer paying patrons. I'm thinking of early access when we get to the completely new bits of the ongoing storyline, as well as behind-the-scenes stuff and maybe one or two webcomics criticism or essays each month. The first of those will also be free, because I don't have an ongoing track record of critical writing and I want you all to see what I can offer you before I offer it as a paid feature.

In the mean time, look around, make yourself at home, and maybe hit the Follow button! That feature is also free.


Lee M 12th Oct 2017, 4:48 AM edit delete reply
Lee M
The creepy guy looks a bit like Fish in the early days of Marillion...