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Horse Age

Horse Age

by Bughs
Horse Age is a graphic novel about prehistoric horses living and surviving in semi-real pleistocene era, also known as the Ice age

-WARNING-
This novel can contain violence, blood or intimate themes

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Horse Age

Horse Age is a graphic novel about prehistoric horses living and surviving in semi-real pleistocene era, also known as the Ice age

-WARNING-
This novel can contain violence, blood or intimate themes

- Page progress -
Page 41 - 100% (9th of June 2019 or sooner)
Page 42 - 100%
Page 43 - 100%
Page 44 - 25%
Page 45 - 0%

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@Zorax12: Thank you kindly! :3
@NikuComics: Thank you very much ;w;
@FluffyFurball: Thanks a lot ^^ I am pleased you like it!
This looks so good :O
beautiful. :o
Gorgeous page, I love how you show the progression of time.
@kainou lunarfox:
:( yeah. It's very bad time for it but as Majiva saw the lead stallion is distracted, she thought about getting lost in the snow from the sight of him, otherwise if he saw her trying to run away he would try to chase her and round her up back to the herd :/
@Guest:
He's not surprised about the expression, he's shocked he sees her leaving. Majiva is trying to get away unseen so she was eaither a bit unsure if the colt will call the others or not.
The colt looked around and saw that no one care to check if no one is behind. Since his mother just told him that horses do not look back no matter what is happening behind, he decided to remain silent and let it be.
Oh dear, oh dear... Majiva you should've waited until after that storm. Poor girl, I hope she knows what she's doing.
Why did the main character foal seem surprised by the expression on Majiva's face?
@Dreamson: Yes ^^"
Is that Siatra's mother running away?
She can catch these hooves though if she ain't gonna back down.
She really twisted in knife at the end there with that passive-aggressive comment.
This isn't quite my usual kind of reading but I enjoy the story and art so far - especially the way you make horse faces expressive while still keeping horse movements. And the painterly environments are sooo nice. Keep it up! :)
Oh my, lots seems to be happening. It's interesting to see Tiris is handling Majiva well and you can see how he is stating the facts but at the same time he is very gentle with Majiva. He seems very understanding, Siatra is his daughter too. Bravo, for your work!

Just an idea and some thoughts out loud. I wonder if there is a way for the herd to minimise future fatalities of foals. Perhaps they could tell new mares how the herd operates, what to do in an emergency and to warn them it is their responsibility to look after their foal. Majiva had a different herd culture and she thought this herd would be similar. So maybe the herd can clarify and state how things work in their herd to prevent any fatal assumptions. Like Tiris said he can't be everywhere so the herd members have to look after themselves and their foals. For example the herd could do what companies do when they get new employees, explain company policies, code of conduct and procedures.
I understand, also thank you so much for the comic. I love how you are blending animal behavior into it. I have to keep a level head about it, yes she's a mother in pain but the herd did what it could. It is protect everyone but you must protect yourself.
Daruutha has such a strong personality! I feel bad for Majiva, she seems young and just lost her sweet little filly. :(