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FAUX: Chapter 4

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Jul 27, 2011 | 9:43 PM EDT
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production blog: http://fauxplog.blogspot.

It's been wait but Chapter 4 is finally done. Hope you enjoy.

My attention now turns to the next chapter, as you might know it will be the first to be animated and voiced. I'm pretty excited about this.

I'd also like to point your attention to the IndieGoGo funding drive for Chapter 5, if you can contribute any amount of your hard earned denero to the cause I'd be very appreciative. Or even just spread the word to people you know.

the link is:

Anyway thanks to everyone as always for your continued interest in my work.





Rated 3 / 5 stars

not bad but

this part is worser than firs ones.
1- when jan was stabed with katana she couldnt live even for five min but we saw that killer took her and she was steel alive when he arrived.

2-when jans friend found her he first said " are u ok?" she said " had been better"
and then he left her to take some of killers papers! Dont u think thats strange? wut a bastard he must be to do that!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fridge logic'd

Music, art, all good as the others :D

On the other hand, I didn't get how Armand leaves Jan (even for a second) while she's bleeding to death. Right, the sword through the chest must've missed a particularly vital spot, I can handle that much, but going from walking to dead so neatly just didn't work.

One last thing - Since Jan managed to off Lacorse or whoever (seemingly a master fighter) she must've done it pretty quickly to get him with his guard down (Okay, so she's on the end of his sword, not the most likely spot for retaliation) but it looked a bit slow and painful. This bloke practically dodges bullets.

But yeah, otherwise great stuff :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wait a minute...

Lacorse doesn't want Mason killed because he's "innocent," yet he had no problem killing those two guys in chapter 1? Doesn't seem consistent.

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marsoupskin responds:

Mason didn't get in the way, the others did, same with the cops.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Truly Fascinating, the entire series.

The style of "animation" is intriguing, as well as the Retrofuturistic, almost steampunk design of everything. The world you are painting, especially with the Church design, is a strangely refreshing take. You tell a great deal without saying a single word in explanation.

The plot is enrapturing, from the simple interactions between Jan and Armand, to the hints of some much greater plan by Father Mason and the (Regrettably) deceased Lacorse.

I see great things for this, I really do.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


One part bothered me. When Jan is bleeding and Ar comes and says "are you okay?" shit shes not okay. shes bleeding from head to toe.. its awkward speech because you wouldnt say that if you saw someone bleeding to death. besides that fantastic

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