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Anathema

Anathema

by artificer urza
1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.
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Anathema

1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.

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I love how careful he is to not step out of the shadows. Terrific artistic detail!
Alt text translation.
@Dreadogastus: Translation:
"Help me!"
"Help me, please!"
"Don't abandon me!"
Durn Foreigners
Why must foreign people always speak a foreign language?! It is SOO inconvenient for we Americans. ;)
She looks so cute
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Serves you right kid, just be lucky she didn't aim between the legs
Elena was feisty as a rugrat. Good girl, don't take any guff from the prissy bully in the frilly shorts.
First page of the New Year is... a flashback. The irony.
Quite so
TimeSceo
December 26th, 2018
yowch
@Toxicodendron: One way or another, he's still feeling nostalgic about being crucified.
@artificer urza: More of "that's nostalgic" (in a more literal translation, both can work), this is pretty much the main place French class has actually served me.
How nostalgic, said he. Nice christmas page, huh?
man in black
December 20th, 2018
@artificer urza: I saw that, just didn't know that was the clue
artificer urza
December 20th, 2018
@man in black: *hint* there's hover over text for this page.
man in black
December 19th, 2018
Isn't that one of the fathers?
That's *his* pawn, is it not?
artificer urza
December 19th, 2018
Do you recognize the pawn Jacques is holding?
I'm the one who has designed the chapter covers, the ones with the chess motifs. Normally I just let Rebecca do her own thing for them, but this time, I felt a particular imagery was necessary.
There will be a page on the 26th, so be sure to come in and see.
@Introverted Chaos: You're right. I should have had it completely overcast with no stars or moon to provide light.