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skyangel
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    Sarah Skye
  • Age
    47
  • Gender
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@Linn: It would probably have been quite nice to have had them winding up Sarah about her 'ghost theory' too and her losing concentration as she became more and more steamed up! :)
skyangel
August 14th, 2018
@Guest: I remember that. You were so enthusiastic about your art and the comic you were writing that it was a nasty turn of fate. Hope you are all well and good now though hon! :)
skyangel
August 14th, 2018
@Lordcholmondlywarner: ;)
skyangel
August 14th, 2018
@kidcthulhu: It certainly helps speed up her options. ;)
skyangel
August 14th, 2018
@MichaelHartman: possibly... ;)
skyangel
August 14th, 2018
@EleanorA: Wow, this is a lovely surprise! Good to see you again Eleanor :)
skyangel
August 13th, 2018
Sorry it's late guys, I thought I'd uploaded the page on Saturday!!
@kidcthulhu: Haha A couple of people on The Duck were saying the same thing. I know I've been guilty of it in the past too as I'm a terrible daydreamer!
@shiro707: Yup there's more to come yet! And thanks for the lovely compliment :)
@Fruitbat44: I don't know, why should Carlingford seem so sinister to you, it's just a house. Maybe it's that rather ominous round window that looks a bit like an eyeball! :)
Soooo....Sarah's mind is back on Lenore and the Carlingford curse thanks to a chance discovery at the Old Mill and a frightening panic attack which forced her to leave straight after. Now she's accidentally heading back to Carlingford with Laura as a passenger. Could this just be fate or are events somehow being carefully manipulated by an unseen spirit with a set purpose in mind!


Have a nice week! :)
I couldn't resist popping The Sound of Music LP in among the junk this week. When I was in my teens I found instrumental music very inspirational for my daydreams so I used to buy a lot of new and second hand LP's and film soundtracks to listen to while doing my art. It became something of a compulsion in the end as decent instrumental music was quite hard to come by and often a new compilation album would have almost all the same tracks as a previous one. But no matter where I looked, whether second hand record stores, charity shops or even bootfairs the one record that kept continualy popping up time after time after time, was this one!!! I've nothing against the songs or the film as I like both but I've never felt the urge to own a copy of this one just because I grew sick of the sight of it. Incidentally back in my teens the section for instrumental music was always labelled ‘Easy listening’ but it seems more likely to be called Chillout now.

Anyways….next week, Lenore has vanished but is she gone? ;)

Have a nice week! :)
@ohanyname!: I'm off to Halstead then :)
@Lordcholmondlywarner: Thankyou :) I do enjoy doing those sort of panels and it's one of the reasons I fell behind on my weekly updating for a bit as it was taking more time to plan the panels and then draw them.
@kidcthulhu: Possibly. I could have made her semi-transparent but it felt too corny! ;)
@Dragonrider: That's very interesting. It's fascinating that people believed they worked but I guess somone sold them the idea and a few people gave enough credibility to them to convince others to place orders.
@MichaelHartman: Apparently they did, yes! Must have been interesting from the Blacksmith's point of view. Whether he had a small stock of blanks or had to make each one from a cast I've no idea.
@Linn: It really is just 3-4 pages now before Sarah works it all out so there's fun pages right around the corner for sure and then you'll have your answer ;)
@Fruitbat44: Haha Yea Lenore never really introduces herself in the proper sense so we can only surmise it could be her and not just some local peasant out for a stroll.
@ohanyname!: Quite right :)