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Once again - you have captured emotions of the characters perfectly. Bravo!
"And your father... I don't know where he is"
(cough) foreshadowing (cough)
@Guest: :bows: thank you!!! :D
@Ahlisendar: lol :cough cough cough: ahem
Can I just say that I'm really excited to see how you draw Gehn? Your character designs have been wonderful so far, but I'm interested to see how you transfer the appearance of character who actually appears in one of the games (well, in his adult form. Because Atrus is in the games, but since he's a child in this story....doesn't really count) Actually, I'm excited to see how you capture all the other aspects of the book/game. I'm way too nerdy for my own good sometimes...
Anyways....um....looking forward to it. A lot. Yay!
I suggest that when you draw Gehn, make sure you make him look younger. This book takes place like...30-40 years before we see him on Riven. So by the time of BoA, he should be much younger.
@GerunKnarlson: lol that's awesome. I'm looking forward to drawing Gehn and all the rest of the story too. I'm written a lot of it, but I make a lot of discoveries/decisions along the way too. This whole process is me totally nerding out. :)
@ThedStranger: of course!! :) I don't know how exactly I'm going to draw him, but certainly youngish and handsome-ish! :)
It`s s awesome to find a Myst BoA comic! That`s a lot of work to draw that whole story, so kudos to you. I love the character designs and how you mixed your own style with the stuff we saw in the games. Keep up the great work!!
Your father...was a navigator on a spice trader.
...wait, wrong kid. ;-)
@Vulpis: wait, which one was that from?
@larkinheather: Hee. Luke Skywalker. :-)
Though his dad was a great pilot, I don't think he ever *was* shown on a spice trader..
@Vulpis: oohhhh right .... that's what the uncle says .... I thought it was star wars, I just couldn't think of who had said that!
Ohhh, the cloud falling over Anna's face when she thinks of her son. I'm gripping at my heart. This story is so good... I dearly love how you have treated it so far. Thank you!