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Battle Ravyn
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I am sad that this is coming to an end. I really love your art style. I do hope that whatever you do in the future you continue drawing, because you are really wonderful.
Can we take a moment to give poor Fin's rear a proper memorial? RIP little booty. Let us all hope you were loved well.
Battle Ravyn
January 13th, 2019
Love the new names.
Did anyone else notice Nemo and Crow's fingers? Foreshadowing perhaps?
@AphroditeB%W: For the longest time though wasn't it the pic from the 2/4/18 update?
Aphrodite, is your avatar a new pic of Buck? I don't recall it being this before....?
Battle Ravyn
December 26th, 2018
I love this comic so mush. Especially these new and overly dramatic faces. Keep up the great work.
That Prachi Saini needs to seriously contain the calamity that is her mammaries. What a self-entitled brat. You do you MiuTati. Those of us who respect you will just patiently wait and reread this wonderful work over and over again. =) BTW I love your take on the myth of Persephone and Hades. And furries, YAY!!!
Cheeseburger
I know it happened in the past, but this is breaking my heart.
Is Aiden actually mute, or is he actively choosing not to speak? And if he is mute, is it from birth or did it happen to him later in life?
@ForestOwlMei: The reason I asked is because I can see and completely appreciate the time you spend making each panel. I applaud you for doing it "the traditional" way. I think it makes one have to hone their craft that much more. Even if you are sketching before hand, erasing too much can get in the way of coloring it in later on. I hope your other readers appreciate the time it takes to do it this way. So keep up the amazing work. I eagerly await more.
Your medium
I've been wondering, Author, what medium do you use? It looks like a combination of colored pencils, pastel charcoal and crayon? Am I right, or is it just a digital program that mimics the look?
Everyone's swooning about how our boys are finally going to dance together, and I'm over here like "Who's that sassy redhead behind Nate?"
@amanduur: Like I've said before, I stalk you on all the platforms you post on and your Inasta page. Bwaahaahaaa. But seriously you really are one of my favorite content producers. And I love the fact that you engage with your audience and respond back to our questions, especially when it's not during a Q&A. =)
It's so cheesy my lactose intolerance started flaring up. LOL. I'm totally joking. Great work.
Would you be willing to post an update on 10/31? It's the 8th anniversary of my 30th birthday.... I'd love you forever. Not that I don't stalk your work on all the platforms you post on and love your work already.
Oh my Irene, I hope someone just hauls off and slaps this crazy bible thumping bitch!
Battle Ravyn
September 11th, 2018
@EnkaRG: It's a very old story about a husband and wife. They were completely poor, except for a beautiful gold pocket watch the husband had inherited from his father. The wife's crowning glory was her beautiful thick long hair. On their first Christmas being married the couple decided they wanted to exchange gifts, but both realized that neither had any money. The wife wanted to buy a silver chain for her husband's watch and the husband wanted to buy her a gold comb for her hair. So the wife slipped out while the husband was at work to sell her hair to a wig maker for the money to but the chain. The husband, on his way home, pawned his watch to buy the hair comb for his wife. So when the gifts were exchanged they became worthless since the gifts were for things that no longer existed in the couple's lives. There was no watch for the new chain, and no hair for the comb to be displayed in.