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Merry Melony: Book 1 (pg

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EDIT: You can now see page two:
I don't want to spam NG with individual pages...I'll upload something significant when I have more...

Hey Newgrounds...it's been ages!

Since the original Merry Melony debut'ed here, I thought I'd post a sneak peak...sorry, it's just the first page. There are many more to come!

This is a reboot, with a new story and format. Eventually I hope to complete five books and, with enough financial backing via kickstarter, have fully funded sound design and VO. To read more about the project you can watch http://merrymelony.tumblr.com or follow my facebook art page:


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Princess Nike The Savage Wife

A bit disappointing after nearly 9 years waiting, but it's good to hear Merry Melony isn't dead... or at least, gone from existence. And this still looks amazing, I hope to see and perhaps read more about Melony in the future!

What an awesome form of a comic, animated, abstract; drastically detailed! I was expecting more than a single page though, but it is good. Looking forward to more! And btw, how about a larger resolution? Feels like this could be scaled up a bit without detail lost. Nice work!


Duhreetoh responds:

Thanks! Is there a way to do bigger resolution on NG? I looked for it and couldn't find it. It's made to be viewed much bigger.

This is awesome, can't wait for the full thing.
Hopefully the full version is shown in a larger window, though... I found the text to be a bit difficult to read, and I'm only running in 1920x1080...

Your triptych motion comics looks very promising...invokes such emotion, even without music. The color palette is great...and actually, you used really good fluid animation in the first panel. Composition is dope... one minor critique is the speed. Generally (I think) 3-4 seconds is what you need for an audience to read words, so maybe one panel every 5 seconds? Just a thought. Won't matter if you are doing voiceovers. I'm favoriting you and hope more people see this underrated teaser. Can't wait for the release!