August 5th, 2008, 5:18 pm
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August 5th, 2008, 5:20 pm
199 Late again! *hangs head in shame*

I hope it's clear that the spells were broken. >_>;;
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Eternal Cry
August 5th, 2008, 5:29 pm
Ohh. He. Is. PISSED.
August 5th, 2008, 5:43 pm
Yay third panel!

Thank you for the updation!
August 6th, 2008, 1:32 am
Yay!--And Critique Time XD [redacted]
August 6th, 2008, 4:26 am
Catoni15 For the record. I love Butterscotch's page the way it is! Not that you don't have some good points Catoni15, but that's how YOU draw and arrange panels. Butterscotch has her own way of drawing and apart from the off-hand mistakes, that she so kindly points out herself, The Reborn is an AWESOME COMIC. It's both drawn well AND brilliantly written!
August 6th, 2008, 12:06 pm
Milley02 You're right about all that--and it's mostly about stylistic choices.

I remember some pages back that Butterscotch asked for some critiques and advice (but I think that was on a fight scene, or fight scenes in general). Remembering that, I didn't think she would be opposed to critiques extending beyond that particular subject.

Milley, if you personally don't like CONSTRUCTIVE criticism (which mine clearly is--I don't just mindlessly bash anything; I give reasons and support them--and I also list positives, too), then that's your choice, I suppose. But shooting it down for someone else? If Miss Butterscotch doesn't like it--as I've said--I'll stop. I just thought she (or possibly anyone else) could carry something away from everything I wrote.

I understand that you feel you're being supportive of Butterscotch, but shooting down helpful criticism like that doesn't help anyone--especially not her.
August 8th, 2008, 9:35 am
Replies! @Eternal Cry: Just a little.

@DJhyena: You're welcome!

@Catoni15: Critues are always welcome, especially for fighting and action scenes like this.
You make a lot of good points. I'm not going to address everything you brought up, but I'll bring up a few specific things:
I actually did consider having Jade grab the flute, but I wasn't sure if it would break up the flow of action or not. I think you're way of doing it would've worked well. As for the effects around Doug and Adrian, I'm surpised I didn't think of that myself, as I've used that sort of thing myself before. I honestly didn't even think of having Angela in the page, not sure why.

As for the necks...drawing them too long or too tilt-y is a problem I've had for a while. It's one I'm working on, but it's also one of those things I don't always catch becuase I'm so used to doing it. ^^;

The missing blood on Elijah's face was a pure mistake. My bad XD

And yes, I have plans for teh "Sparkyly Magic of Doom"! =D

@Milley02: It's really kind of you to say that, but constructive critissm is the best way to improve. I'm always open to it. ^^ But thank you, I'm glad you like it the way it is. That makes me happy too. ^_^
Nekochi (Guest)
December 12th, 2009, 7:21 pm
So is this a flute or a recorder? Because Jade plays it like a recorder.
March 8th, 2011, 8:05 pm
Weird. For some reason, Saria's Song pops into my mind when I read this.