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Maps Comics - Repairs 5/5

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The SHOCKING conclusion to this short.
I will make more, whether you like it or not.

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Well that WAS a nice ending. :) Well, not NICE per say, but... conclusive. Better than I'd expected. It seems to say nothing and yet it says it all, and did all of this in such a leisurely way too... nice little gem of a comic. Now, I'm really wondering how this came to be? Own idea? Any real-life references, or inspirations, or motives in telling what here be told? Well done.

And yes, it would be nice to see more!

-cd-

Fuuuuuuuuck that punch line, and not the funny kind ;(
Small note: sometimes the boy is speaking grammatical english and sometimes it's really broken, this was a little confusing because I had to read it a couple times to realize it's because it's his second language.

Raziberry responds:

Yeah he's supposed to sound foreign to her, you got it man :)

Curiosity peaked, need more, don't let us down.

Also is this a solo project or a group effort?

Raziberry responds:

Solo, dude. I ain't got me no comic friends.

This was a great little 5 page story you have made.

The environments and settings were well executed and you have a unique style.

Out of curiosity, how long does it take you to make a page? Did you write everything out before-hand or just kind of go with the flow?

Picking your brain a bit, forgive me. :D

Raziberry responds:

Once I actually get the drive to start? I dunno...4-5 hours? I'm terribly inefficient.
And yeah, I always write a script for everything first, and storyboard it.

Deep. Beautiful style, keep it up!

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