Most Featured Character – Week 8

 

This week we highlight the four seasons. Currently a story is being recovered from the archives, but it involves the entities that govern spring, summer. winter and fall, facing a terrible evil. It seems to be a myth explaining Kanvala’s mild winters and springs, but further details are still unclear.

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Woolmancy – Silent Edition

I’m breaking down the pages of Woolmancy one at a time in webcomic format for my patrons on Patreon! Join us for behind the scenes content, explanatory videos, downloads and even prints!

Most Featured Character – Week 7

This week we roll back to Satski. She belongs to a secret(ish) guild called Lightweavers. She’s pretty new though, so she has to learn and practice. In secret. During her off hours. Can we say “overwork?” This girl is on overdrive, but still takes the time to be kind to her friends.

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Woolmancy – Silent Edition

I’m breaking down the pages of Woolmancy one at a time in webcomic format for my patrons on Patreon! Join us for behind the scenes content, explanatory videos, downloads and even prints!

Most Featured Character – Week 6

 

I thought I’d feature the dark side of Woolmancy today. Karmin-ji are the minions of Karmin-vas, the Monarch of Shadows. The are released in the mid-phase of opening the portal to Dreamworld as a precursor to Karmin-vas. The portal itself is opened by weaving a specific shadow weave patterned cloth.

Didn’t know Woolmancy was about that, didja? Stick around, we’re about to go on a wild journey!

See past weeks here: MFC Round-up

 

Woolmancy – Silent Edition

We’re up to page 17 in my webcomic serialization of Woolmancy without speech balloons. For each page I talk about the creation, challenges, roadblocks, and hidden messages featured. It’s great fun!

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MFC – Week 5

Mirin is… stubborn. She’s pretty sure she can do everything for herself, which is a good trait as a protagonist. She insists on tacking problems alone and soon… well, you’ll see!

See past weeks here: MFC Round-up

 

Woolmancy – Silent Edition

We’re up to page 14 in my webcomic serialization of Woolmancy without speech balloons. For each page I talk about the creation, challenges, roadblocks, and hidden messages featured. It’s great fun!

Check the webcomic out here

 

 

One last thing… have you seen my free pre-printing book checklist? It’s editable, so you can change it to suit your project.

 

 

Download it here

 

 

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MFC – Week 4

In this week, we saw a lot of Satski. Don’t worry, I won’t repeat a character more than once in a row. I’ll either pick the runner-up or shift to something random. That will get fun in the labyrinth section. Satski has a lot of opposition. It’s tough to be a higher rank over people that are much older than you!

Woolmancy – Silent Edition

We’re up to page 10 in my webcomic serialization of Woolmancy without speech balloons. For each page I talk about the creation, challenges, roadblocks, and hidden messages featured. It’s great fun!

Check the webcomic out here

MFC – Week 3

In this batch, we meet the second main character, Satski. She’s the same age as Mirin, but she’s been recently promoted to the rank of Dye Master, noted by her blue arms (not pictured here). She’s the mom friend. Always concerned for others, kind, but she can be stern when necessary.

See past weeks here: MFC Round-up

Woolmancy – Silent Edition

We’re up to page 7 in my webcomic serialization of Woolmancy without speech balloons. For each page I talk about the creation, challenges, roadblocks, and hidden messages featured. It’s great fun!

Check the webcomic out here

MFC – Week 2

In the second batch of pages, we see a lot of the Master Weaver. She’s grumpy and shows no love for the young weaver’s apprentices. At least not outwardly. She’s very much a “tough love” kind of lady, and entrusts young Satski with the responsibility of keeping Mirin out of trouble while Mirin is in charge.