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16th Jun 2008, 1:00 AM in Act One: Broken Wing
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BlueDragon 16th Jun 2008, 1:00 AM edit delete
BlueDragon
10-10-2020

This postscript is outdated, and the new comic has fewer pages, but this is from the original version I did for my college "Professional Skills" course...which my art is not very good, as the college I attended did not have illustration. They somehow let me take this final course to graduate prior to me taking Drawing I & II, Graphic Design, and half the art history courses XD I had done none of the pre-requisites (probably why my art was such shit). This was not necessarily their fault as I was a second year student for the first time they had 4 year college: it's complicated, and I won't go into it here, but none of us knew what we were doing, since it was a new program. The computer system should never have let me sign up for classes, and my advisors should have been more on the ball...me, too for that matter (but you know, fuddling through the course catalogue/curriculum by myself, I clearly didn't know what I was doing).


Anyway, there's some silly history for anyone who's nosy. Not really pertinent to the story, but I wanted to give some context to the Postscript. I love all my professors, and I really valued going to my college...I just think things would have gone better if I hadn't been part of the pilot groups (again, second year student, but they were still working out the bugs of the programs, since they had previously been a graduate school only for Juniors, Seniors, and continued education--Masters and Doctorates).



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*In this postscript, I mention the comic is 29 pages long. In the printed version, it is. I have a table of contents and some filler pages that didn't seem to fit well with this web comic version (extra images of the characters, things of that nature.) I have omitted these as they are not entirely necessary, nor are they as well done as I'd prefer.

I should also note that "all five acts" refers to the five acts necessary to complete Volume 1, and that this series actually has at least 29 Acts (and counting.) I completed this first volume for print so it could be placed on display for my Visual Art's Capstone course.

Thanks for reading Act One! On to Act Two!


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BitterBadger 14th Mar 2020, 8:36 PM edit delete reply
BitterBadger
A splendid first act, I must say!