I dunno WHAT I did here but I hope I can produce this again in the future! XD
(If I can be honest, I was actually fueled by spite due to a recent conversation I had with someone, and it worked in my favor.)
While city backgrounds are daunting yet fun, forest backgrounds are therapeutic. This is the first time I’ve tried to draw something eroded and with moss covering it, and I’ve experimented with ALL sorts of brushes that I didn’t know I HAD, and my god the finished result…
As for the logo, I didn’t want to do anything that looked complicated like Shisenota’s logo. For a simple project, I felt that it needed a simple logo
I want to aim for the pages to start flowing out within the next month, but we'll see.
In the meanwhile, if you want, you can support the comic on its Patreon!
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