I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 3

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Written by Donathin Frye   Twitter
Illustration by Mharz   Twitter
Colors by Snowdon   Twitter

New to I, NECROMANCER? Check out the Archives, where you can get recaps of the story so far, bonus content, and catch up first two chapters in a free, easy-to-read PDF! Meanwhile, we get to see a little more of how each of these elvish leaders have a different perspective on matters of diplomacy in regards to both the humans and to Vanion himself!

Let me know your thoughts down in the comment section below! I love chatting about stories and answering questions. And if you’re digging our tale or so far, share our comic with a friend!

-Don

4 thoughts on “I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 3

  • 8th November 2017 at 12:15 am
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    What a great page! I love the birds eye POV for the roundtable and the juxtaposition of color. Great job!!

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    • 8th November 2017 at 4:15 am
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      Thank you! I love how it turned out too. Sometimes, when you’re storyboarding, the lettering demands a certain perspective in order for the dialogue flow to work right in particularly chatty panels like this one. Bird’s Eye View’s a nice perspective trick for it — you minimize the space that the characters’ bodies take up and maximize the options for lettering placement!

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    • 19th November 2017 at 4:11 pm
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      She’s the only one of the elvish leaders that grew up in a world after the humans had invaded, and her clan has suffered the most of the four remaining. The Jera this sense of wanderlust, a need to get out of the forest and take to the plains, to build and progress, that’s inherent to their culture and history. When I was sort of imagining this debate, I definitely found myself most compelled by Fiona’s unique point-of-view on the pros/cons of war compared to the three leaders who actually lived through the last (terrible) war.

      Also, Fiona’s got a great ‘grrr’ face.

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