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Nov 3, 2013 | 3:31 PM EST
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Author Comments

In a past submission featuring these two, I was met with a lot more feedback than I thought I'd get on such a simple sketch. Many noted the rather extreme wrist sizes on Ven, so I wanted to just address that here.

Their story hasn't been developed too much since I drew that original piece, so I'd hate to disappoint anyone who was actually interested in them. They're not dead but just on hold for now.

It's really funny, their story is supposed to be kinda personal in it's origins and premise, but I was never sure what tone I wanted to take it in. That made the whole difference in it's execution so I'm afraid to say I am a bit lost with them.
But i figured since they were warmly accepted by this site, I'd ought to give some more background on the two. Pal is the short, chubby pacific islander girl who just moved in to the urban area and is having a tough time adjusting to her surroundings. Ven, the tall one, is a little older, energetic and bursting of friendly atmosphere. Ven was a girl in the original sketch but after seeing someone with a very interesting take on Ven call her a boy, I can't help but feel more strongly towards that than her being a girl. I can't say if I'm permanently settled on that change but it's a strong possibility. I doubt I'll address the fact that he's a bit of an unintentional cross-dresser. It's just something he likes wearing, less so about wanting to be a girl or dress like one. It's a subject I'm sadly not familiar enough with to make a huge statement on or center a whole story on. That's left to those who actually experienced it.