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Strong Mountain

Strong Mountain

by JTMayhew
Strong Mountain is a Dwarven-Fantasy Epic. Baelyg Broken-Blade a veteran warrior, Zander a wise old alchemist, and Heafstag a barbaric Beastmaster strive valiantly to reunite the shattered Dwarven clans so that they can retake their former city of Antioch within Strong Mountain!
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Strong Mountain

Strong Mountain is a Dwarven-Fantasy Epic. Baelyg Broken-Blade a veteran warrior, Zander a wise old alchemist, and Heafstag a barbaric Beastmaster strive valiantly to reunite the shattered Dwarven clans so that they can retake their former city of Antioch within Strong Mountain!

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JTMayhew
April 22nd, 2019
Baelyg and Gravin carve up the details of the coming campaign over a sumptuous feast.
JTMayhew
March 21st, 2019
Thanks Lemn, hang with me for a few more pages we are about to turn the fire up at the end of this chapter!
lemnlime
March 21st, 2019
Wow, you draw good! This isn't the type of storyline I typically like but it's def. interesting so far
JTMayhew
February 20th, 2019
Bring all dwarves far and wide and let us meet... at Grunlok!
JTMayhew
February 7th, 2019
End Chapter 1
So this was the added 3 pages to the end of Chapter 1. We went from 16 up to 19, these added pages help to shed a bit more light on the situation, to set the stage with what is at stake and begin to show us a bit more of whats underneath Baelyg. Chapter 2 is coming up real soon.

P.S: The blue dwarven figure on the left of panel 1 is a nod to my favorite board game when I was a boy; Hero Quest.
JTMayhew
February 4th, 2019
Zander and Baelyg continue to debate the elf girl's future...
JTMayhew
January 30th, 2019
With grief of loss still so near, the Dwarves awaken again to find the elf girl singing to the stars. Baelyg and Zander begin to argue of what is to be done with her?

This is a little amendment/addition to the end of Chapter 1. Just a quick update to all the SM fans (all 21 of you): Chapter 2 is underway. My plan is add this page plus 2 more to the end of Chapter 1. Chapter 2 is looking like 20+ pages from my layout thus far, I may add to or take away from that as we go.

Work work.
JTMayhew
January 2nd, 2019
And with that ladies and gentlemen we have come to the close of chapter 1. Three warband's went into that mountainous canyon on that fateful night (Dwarves, Elves, and a Bestial Horde). None of them found what they were looking for.

But Baelyg did find something there, something very special. Kelai the daughter of the of the Syr'nath Exiles, and last survivor of a horrendous attack. Why did he take her, the daughter of an enemy? What will they do with her afterwards? What will the Dwarven Council say in that regard? All of these answers will be unraveled, tune next time to STRONG MOUNTAIN!!
JTMayhew
January 2nd, 2019
Baelyg meets Kelai.
JTMayhew
January 2nd, 2019
Baelyg meets Kelai.
JTMayhew
November 6th, 2018
Raven Pyre
November 6th, 2018
Wonderful!
This is a great comic! I'm glad I got to meet you at comic con! This is so interesting so far, and I love you're style!
JTMayhew
October 25th, 2018
Updated Page 2: It was a retrograde from the previously illustration. This is to harmonize the style for consistency. It stings a little to set that aside, but it had to be done.
JTMayhew
October 17th, 2018
**Learning Curve**
<Please be advised> 10/17/2018

Extensive rework has been done after receiving some tough critique on the pages thus far. They hurt, it was a bit demoralizing. But I knew these criticisms were correct. So I bit my lip and reworked the pages again.

The new version includes the following changes over the previous version.4
-increase font size and bubble spacing
-New "Bending Monochrome" color gamut, Blue can bend into Blue-Green and Blue-Violet, all grays appear warm via simultaneous contrast.
-Trimmed dialogue, quicker and to the point
-Deeper contrast blending with the Bending Monochrome above, (allowed better lighting also).
-richer saturation than last version
-The bar is set, design locked in (it was a beast)
-better placement on SFX and word bubbles (mostly :D)

Stay tuned over the next week, I will be updating a lot! And also thank you for being patient as I am learning some tough but great lessons.

Strong Mountain is coming!