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Seven Rain
********** Seven Rain **********

Hey, name's Casey.
I'm a typical weeb/nerd/geek/whatever with a love for Japan, nostalgic 90's stuff, cutesy nonsense, etc...

But most importantly I CREATE COMICS! An expanded universe called The EthereaVerse! Check it out!

************ Projects ************

Current series:
- "WOE: Wings Over Ethereal"

Coming up next:
- Various EthereaVerse side stories
- "The Blackjack Chronicles"
(Be patient. That one's gonna be a while.)

Future projects:
- "Project Guardian"
(Will probably follow WOE's completion, or The BJC's, whichever ends first.)

Canceled projects:
- "Black Jack" [Sprite version]

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@JoKeR: We know the who, and the how will be revealed by the end of the chapter as well!
(Sorry for the late reply, my initial reply must've gotten eaten by my browser.)

@Redjive: That'd be hilarious. Imagining Dalson with a plastic straw and little darts.
Seven Rain
September 19th, 2018
I love her expressions.
Yeah for real those lighting effects are awesome!
Seven Rain
September 12th, 2018
@JoKeR: Was it to perfect that dude's fatness? Because that would definitely be a marvelous reason.
Ooh, that last panel is so intense!
@Redjive: Good luck!
@Redjive: I mean if you spent the better part of a day trying not to get killed by someone I bet you'd be quick to recognize their face in photos even if they're over a decade younger, haha.
@JoKeR: I like to believe he walked around Ethereal demanding that people call him "Ixal the Weaper."
Ahaha Nirrod's embarrassed face.
@JoKeR: I wasn't ready for this.
@Captain Ghost: @TheJGamer: Even as a child Ixal was rather irritable!
"Nope, that's just how he is i'm afraid" pretty much hits the nail on the head when it comes to how Rose would've acknowledged Ixal's personality as a child, haha.
@Redjive: The canvas effect is just a simple filter-thing applied over the image in Gimp, though I also used it in combination with the "oilify" effect and duplicated layers for the right amount of transparency on the effects.

I'm honestly not very satisfied with how it turned out, but I figured it was as good as I could get it without losing too much clarity. I make rather liberal use of brushes and filters/effects in Gimp.

(And yeah sorry for triggering you with that little tie, I didn't necessarily use a reference or anything so if it bothers you just chalk it up to being decorative ribbons and not an actual bowtie, haha.)
@sentiashinou: Faceswap angry Ixal with everyone. EVERYONE.
@HM2000: Thanks, wanted to make an extra-fancy frame for the beloved Ethroy!
@Redjive: That's actually pretty solid, I can easily imagine that. Personally I've always read his lines in a bit of a Jafar voice from Disney's Aladdin, haha.
@Redjive: Right on, got it updated.
@Redjive: No worries, just know that it's all stuff I've taken into consideration over the years already!
@Redjive: That's putting it quite bluntly, eh? Haha, I'll worry about all that stuff on my own in due time, let's not fill the comment section of Chapter 1's title page with too much doom and gloom over the old artwork.

Trust me I live everyday with insecurity about people making it through the old pages, but webcomics are unique beasts when it comes to art evolution and the like.
And besides, you read it instead of giving up when you reached this point, right? You can't assume others won't do the same.
@Redjive: Nope, 2008, my friend! 2012-2013 was the time I spent remaking the old stuff, so that's right around where all the artwork stands, but if you want to see what the comic looked like in 2008 you can go grab the archive from the Downloads section and give yourself some serious retinal damage!
@Redjive: Sorry Red but I already went through that process before! It took me a looong time even without spending time drawing new stuff in-between, it's just not feasible, (and in the world of webcomics you'll find that nobody advises it, either.) It's a lot of work and after another few years it'll still look dated.

Instead I've been hard at work on a New Readers' Guide that recaps everything leading up to Rosen with a few pieces of new artwork, so that people can skip Wings and Passion for a much more brief summary read. Even though it's intended for new readers, it'll also serve as a decent refresher for people who've been keeping up with the comic and want to remember what happened in the old chapters, (though it only goes through the most important aspects of the story, so some detail gets lost.)