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The Refraction of Princess Chroma

The Refraction of Princess Chroma

by melaredblu
A dark force is turning Earth grey and tearing apart reality as we know it. Monsters known only as Monochromes run rampant. Can anything stop this madness?

Enter violent schoolgirl and newly-appointed Magical Girl, June Summer. Armed with disgustingly cute powers and supported by her friends, frenemies, and a disgruntled knight-turned-rabbit mentor, June will battle monsters and strive to restore color to the world. Little does she know that world-saving is a messy, ridiculous business. Anything can happen...and anything can go wrong.

Will June learn to take her heroic responsibilities seriously, or have the forces of good put their trust in the wrong person?
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The Refraction of Princess Chroma

A dark force is turning Earth grey and tearing apart reality as we know it. Monsters known only as Monochromes run rampant. Can anything stop this madness?

Enter violent schoolgirl and newly-appointed Magical Girl, June Summer. Armed with disgustingly cute powers and supported by her friends, frenemies, and a disgruntled knight-turned-rabbit mentor, June will battle monsters and strive to restore color to the world. Little does she know that world-saving is a messy, ridiculous business. Anything can happen...and anything can go wrong.

Will June learn to take her heroic responsibilities seriously, or have the forces of good put their trust in the wrong person?

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In which June gets Leo up to speed, May worries, April gets her hackles raised, and Sonny thinks about cogs.
melaredblu
March 13th, 2019
I'm sure this entrance was a lot more bombastic from Hero's point of view.
she's back in the a cliche magical girl way!
Guess who's baaack~
Well this is a worrying development...
melaredblu
February 17th, 2019
Get going, June.
melaredblu
February 17th, 2019
@schlissel: Weird how she doesn't seem to notice that.
schlissel
February 13th, 2019
Everyone is grey! The page is black and white
melaredblu
February 13th, 2019
This might be the most in sync I've ever drawn these two.
melaredblu
February 6th, 2019
Morning, sunshine.
melaredblu
January 24th, 2019
@schlissel: Well nuts. I meant for that to upload on Tuesday next week, but it's too late to take to down now. I guess the comic will have to skip a week.

Oh well.
schlissel
January 23rd, 2019
it's time for spring cleaning and this was the closest thing to a duster I could find
@schlissel: And they say people do this for fun. Hah.
the creative process in a nut shell
@Merri: Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

First of all, Cordelia's magic powders may still have a role to play, if I find they can serve the story. It's specifically the pitching powder that Sonny, as of now, still hasn't bothered to wash off, that won't be addressed again. The whole thing was part of an incomplete idea I had for Sonny to gain a baseball-themed Magical Boy persona, but it just never worked out and it was honestly a bit stupid.

If you're concerned about the soft reboot-ish nature of this announcement, please don't worry too much. Everything that's been established still stands. The next chapter will introduce some new developments and the story will pick back up from there, focusing on the present conflict. That's what I mean by future pages being more self-contained.

I hope this clear things up a little bit! I look forward to hearing from you in the future.
alas, poor octopus milk
...Huh, interesting! O_o I appreciate that you're not doing a full-blown reboot; stuff like that is always supremely frustrating in webcomics.

I guess I can see wanting to cut out some of the more mismatched stuff. The effect isn't really that *bad*, but reading back over it, I can see how you were sort of still finding your footing. It'll be nice not to lose that to a hard reboot. Watching the artist's style develop is half the fun of webcomics, after all. :D

Personally, though... I thought the pitching powder was AWESOME. XD (I dunno, all those goofy powders just seem like exactly what a little girl witch in a chicken hat would be brewing up. Kids are weird and have weird interests.)

Trying to keep the pages more self-contained seems like a good idea, considering how webcomics are delivered in tiny chunks at a time. (I guess that's also why hard reboots are so annoying -- all that time investment, wasted.) It does seem like it could trip you up occasionally if you aren't flexible, but you've probably already thought of that. 6~6

Anyway, good luck getting the comic how you want it, and thank you for asking our opinions! I await the new version with mingled trepidation and excitement. :3
Hey, I wanted to give all of you here a bit of a heads-up on some changes I'm planning for this webcomic. (For the record, I'm more active at my mirror on ComicFury.) I might not be as responsive on this site as I used to be, but I absolutely DO care about what any readers I may have here think. So if you're inclined to speak up, by all means, please do!
melaredblu
January 23rd, 2019
June's hospitality knows no limits.
Please stand by...we'll be back soon.