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World Building Wednesday 14, Orctobers 2 and 3

Time for another Patrons-only world building post! AND Happy Orctober the third: Rain.

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This week we’re looking at what the Orcs of Tock’s world do when it rains.

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Aaaaaaand Orctober the second, Flower. Featuring Onna’s glorious hair.

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And onward!

Fun note for the future – I’m working on a very short written scene that shows what has been/will be happening inside that big tent as Onna, Tock and Bumble wait outside. That will be available ONLY on Patreon, so make sure to check that out and pledge there if you want to see it! I’ll likely be posting that with the next page.

A note about design changes:

As they appear on some previous and the following pages, the Orcs’ dwellings were at first completely culturally appropriated from Mongolian culture. I was not as socially aware when I started this part of the story as I am now, and I am truly sorry for having done this. I have since redesigned the Orcs’ tents and will be reposting these pages with updated panels as soon as possible.

In the meantime, the artwork for those updated panels is viewable here.

Design process for the new tents is viewable here, here and here.

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All content © Rachel Terwilliger.


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Told you it would be much more detailed 🙂

The scan of this page is a little bit bigger than most, for better views of Onna’s tribe.

Well, what you can see of them so far.

Also, a quick note on my Orcs – though they live in yurts (because….yurts), they are heavily Viking-influenced. That’s a mashup that just makes a lot of sense to me. I’m very excited to show more of that.

A note about design changes:

As they appear on this and the following pages, the Orcs’ dwellings are completely culturally appropriated from Mongolian culture. I was not as socially aware when I started this part of the story as I am now, and I am truly sorry for having done this. I have since redesigned the Orcs’ tents and will be reposting these pages with updated panels as soon as possible.

In the meantime, the artwork for those updated panels is viewable here.

Design process for the new tents is viewable here, here and here.

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All content © Rachel Terwilliger.