Sooooo I’ve been teasing at this for a while now, and it’s finally up! A small written bonus scene of what’s going on inside that Great Yurt is now available for my patrons, along with come bonus art of a certain key figure important to a certain Kin-Breaker.
Also, this month’s Ranger level bonus drawing is up! I’m very very pleased with this one and I very much hope you check it out!
Remember also that there’s many other bonuses available there, from page WIP’s to sneak peeks on progress to more bonus art and worldbuilding and backstory!
And thank you always, first and foremost, for reading ❤
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~** Happy Seven Years of Tock again! **~
My intention today was to post an old sketch of Tock’s mother confronting a friend of Tock’s about where she’s gone – BUT, I forgot that I had un-canon’d that, to make Tock’s leaving of them more responsible.
As such, here’s two newly-canon Goodbye Notes – the one Tock left for her parents, and the one Bumble left for his family.
Hope you enjoy them, and stay tuned for even more goodies next week! ❤
Here’s something for those of you interested in how the story gets written.
The meeting of characters that we’ve seen in the last few pages was originally supposed to take place in a tavern. Tock and Bumble were going to land The Bucket without any problems, walk into the Orc settlement they’d chosen without too much hassle, and find a much more settled people than it turns out my Orcs are going to be like. Entering a combination tavern/general store (…yeah, I know), Bumble was going to head off to barter the goods they brought with them while Tock gathered information. So she would have been alone when the events of Page 45 took place. Well, except for the other Orcs in the establishment too.
Then this happened in my sketchbook, and that idea got thrown out the window:
(Yes, that’s how my handwriting actually looks. And certain names have been smudged around a bit, to avoid minor spoilers.)
Usually pages get planned out a bit more organized-like than this, but apparently the creative process had a different idea for this part of the story. At least on the most basic planning level.
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