Prologue

posted 9th Dec 2014, 7:53 AM

Prologue
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9th Dec 2014, 7:53 AM

AbnormallyNice

Wise words. From who I wonder?

(Might have to go here to be able to read everything)
Not much to say about this page other than I love how it turned out~
It the placing seems weird, it's because this a two-page spread (like in a book). Meaning the left side should be read first and then the right. ;)
The English text is supposed to be a little hard to read, but it should still be readable.

As for the bird, yes, it does have a double set of wings. As I've said before (and as some might have noticed from mister crocodile in Chapter 2), the creatures in WS all look a little different. Some have complete redesigns while others just get tweaked a bit. The little guy above is known as a hooded oriole in our world. Inspired by the residents who moved into the reeds next to our house. Lovely birds~
I'll post some animal designs one day but I can say that, in the WS world, birds can look very different from one another, but they all have a dual set of wings.

Anyway, prelude into the next chapter! Who's excited? I sure am ;D

Enjoy dudes~


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9th Dec 2014, 3:42 PM

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10th Dec 2014, 8:22 AM

AbnormallyNice

\>w</ Good to hear!

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9th Dec 2014, 5:48 PM

SpeedCow

I UNDERSTOOD THAT BROKEN DUTCH-LIKE LANGUAGE . In the page where Dylan said "geen probleem" i was like "DUTCHDUTCHDUTCH" and now i am exactly the same. for some reason i get excited when there's a non-english-language i know in a comic that is mainly english! :D

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10th Dec 2014, 8:30 AM

AbnormallyNice

Hahah X'D
Have you heard of Afrikaans before? When the settlers came to South Africa, they brought the Dutch language here but over time, the local people put a spin on it and Afrikaans was born. Generally, Dutch and Afrikaans people can understand each other perfectly >w<

It's awesome when you find a non-English language (that you know) where you least expect it ;D

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22nd Jan 2015, 1:32 PM

SpeedCow

ah that explains it XD i saw afrikaans before and i diden't really understand because it seemed exactly like dutch ^^

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