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Path of Life and Stone

Path of Life and Stone

by Strix&Lem
Italy.
In Poggio di Sopra, the small alpin village where Amelia lives and where Lucia has to spend her summer, very special things happen.
Just a few steps away, and you’ll find yourself in a different place: a place where there is a town with exotic colors, a beautiful sea, and a magnificent castle.

And there is a garden, surrounded by high walls and closed by a gate that only obeys its master...
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Path of Life and Stone

Italy.
In Poggio di Sopra, the small alpin village where Amelia lives and where Lucia has to spend her summer, very special things happen.
Just a few steps away, and you’ll find yourself in a different place: a place where there is a town with exotic colors, a beautiful sea, and a magnificent castle.

And there is a garden, surrounded by high walls and closed by a gate that only obeys its master...

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Strix&Lem
March 12th, 2019
Find the quote!
(clue: Tale as old as time...)
Strix&Lem
January 31st, 2019
@Geneseepaws: Yes, the publication has been going on for about 6 weeks and we are still trying to get noticed. :)
Strix&Lem
January 31st, 2019
@Geneseepaws: Hi, I'm Serena, the one who does the drawings.
It is true that I use reference photos to paint the backgrounds, unfortunately I have not lived in northern Italy for several years and it is impossible, therefore, to paint them from life.
When I go to visit my family, usually once a year, I take my camera with me and, practically, I use it to take notes.
This is the first time I've tried to make a comic, I've always worked in a more realistic field, so I've remained in the habit of working in this way, studying landscapes from photographs.
As for the characters, yes, I use photos taken by me for those too.
Good Sir, or Madam, why do you have no comments from readers?
Is your webcomic that new?
Geneseepaws (Guest)
January 31st, 2019
Well, I hooked.
It looks like art from photos, rather than plien-air, or drawing from imagination, but that does not detract from it at all. Its just really good art, and an intriguing story-- well so far. 25 pages is hardly a taste of a good story. Look at Islandia, or Lord of the Rings, they're super long. But just the cover art in the style of the Art Nouveau period is Absolutely wonderful! So impressed. Please keep going!
Strix&Lem
January 29th, 2019
I'm so glad you asked, Lucia! We've created a webcomic just to tell about.