Webcomic profile: Crescent Shard
Crescent Shard
your soul is a chosen landscape
Last update: 18th Aug 2019, 4:37 AM
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QuotePilgrim
QuotePilgrim
Published author, with two short stories published traditionally, one self-published, and also a self-published ~90 pages novella. This last one is titled “Corredores Vazios” in Portuguese, the language in which it's originally written. Its title translates to “Empty Hallways” in English, and it’s the work in which the webcomic of the same title is based.

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QuotePilgrim
Yeah, I know. As I said, I only did two pages to get the idea out of my head, and that was it. I do have some backstory for the main character that I would like to explore eventually.

Inking and coloring is completely out of question, though. When and if I do continue with this story, I plan to draw all the pages super fast, so I must stick to the simplistic, monochromatic aesthetic. Any use of color would be limited to a single color (in addition to or instead of grey) per page.

As for length, I feel like I could tell all of the story in less than 50 pages, maybe half of that.

It's understandable that you don't have much to say, but I really appreciate that you cared enough to comment at all. Thank you for reading.

P.S.: I was really only expecting current Empty Hallways readers (they'll get the link to this site soon) to pay any attention to this experiment, so having someone else comment was a nice surprise.
hmm... a pretty short experiment. not much to react to.

need to flesh out the story a bit more. character names, dialogue, plot, if only a simple one. some ink and color wouldn't hurt.
QuotePilgrim
It was vaguely inspired by Flatland, yes.
QuotePilgrim
This is the end of my little experiment. I'll link to it in a couple places soon, and I'll judge whether or not I should make it into a full-ledged comic based on the reactions I get. In the meantime, you can check out my main comic, Empty Hallways.
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Moonlight Sonata.
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