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More flashbacks for this month's last page! I'm honestly surprised where this month went, been so busy and got so much done lately, it feels unreal. At this rate, the printing date will knock on my door before I know it.

I got a lot done this month. I retouched a few of the early pages already. Redesigned the title logo, because the old (current) one was an emergency handwritten thing. I've never been very happy with it, but thanks to my SpiderFriends I managed to make something I like a lot. It also works a lot better haha

So, I've mentioned this a lot on the Discord server (join it to be privy to these kinds of info), leading up to the eventual book printing I want to hold a giveaway. Prizes will include signed books and prints for sure. Maybe I'll scratch the funds together and make enamel pins, too? We'll see. Anyway, I made a little chart detailing which pictures I can print in which sizes:
But I can't decide which. And since you're the ones, who get a chance at winning them, I'd like your opinions, starting with the A4-sized options. (I only want to print two designs per size.)

bike trails And now, let's head into Week 7 of SpiderForest's Comics of the Week:

Spare Keys for Strange Doors by Lucy Lyall - Two experts in the supernatural help ordinary people with their extraordinary problems. Please note: results are guaranteed, but satisfaction is not.


XII: Of Magic and Muses by Kristen Kiomall-Evans - Willow lives in a mundane and restricted school, which ends up being the worst place someone could get gifted a magical necklace. Desperately trying to contain the magic within, this act of futility seems to just make matters worse. As the necklace crumbles the school's secrets around her, Willow is left to wonder if it was a gift sent by friend or foe?


Damsels Don't Wear Glasses by Jessica "Alice" Bown- In Persephone, an impossible city of myth, magic and mystery, Lave Faraday is chosen to look after a boy from another world. Now she must fight off the less than savory denizens who seek to take him for their own purposes.

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