Sunday, August 28, 2011

The Wellington Division - Fire


New pages are up. Five sequences to go!

15 comments:

Shannon Crissey said...

Ohh so close yet the suspense is still growing!

Charles Eubanks said...

Whoa... is it just a coincidence that the painting looks like Elsie? Because that would be a complete mind freak!

stephen said...

Aghhh... what a page turner! Or scroller rather.

sarah said...

Thanks everyone! And ha, nope, not Elsie. But that would have been a super unexpected turn! Had I colored these pages, the painting girl would have the same coloring and complexion as Tearse.

Anonymous said...

You have such a beautiful style. I would love to see all of the panels in full color (and in bookstores...) And I absolutely adore this story. My Mondays are made better each week it comes out. Can't wait for the next part!

sarah said...

Thank you very much. That's such an encouraging comment and I really appreciate it. :)

JLX said...
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JLX said...

Nice and beautiful style! Love it. Keep up the nice work.
(jorispen.blogspot.com) Not 4 spamming u, I'm sorry but my profile isn't working.

MDuffor said...

Beautiful work as usual, Sarah.

Khazm said...

I'm continuously impressed by how well this story is written and executed - yes, I really love the sketched pages!
Can't wait until the next update...

Anneke said...

I discovered your story at 10 pm and have read the whole thing non stop! I just about flipped when I realized the story wasn't done! It is so amazing, beautiful, original and inspiring!!! I can't wait to read more! You are an incredibly talented artist and story teller!!!

sarah said...

Wow, thanks again everyone. Seriously, it's makes me all glowy/happy to know people are reading and enjoying the WD. Hurrah! :)

RadeoFlier said...

Your story is very complete, and the characters and their motivations have believable depth. I would love it if you'd blog about your writing process (how complete was the story before you started The Wellington? What form did it take in initial creation? What steps did you take before you created the cells that you post each week?).

I'm really enjoying how we get to follow you through the process: we get both the story and a sense of the behind-the-scenes at the same time. Thanks for sharing with the inter-webs!!!

RadeoFlier said...

...addendum: Not asking for tutorials, but more of a "bonus features" like on a DVD...

...because you made this site just for my curiosity, right?! :)

Thanks, again, for sharing!

sarah said...

Thank you very much, RadeoFlier. I'd be happy to write more about the WD and how it all came together. Maybe I'll wait until the whole story is posted, though, so I can write candidly, without worrying about spoiling the ending. :)