Report #1 -
Okay, so, as we’ve promised here is our weekly update on development! We had a lot of organization and planning to do for the past week, but we still managed to work on a few more visual things, which we can actually show to you.
First of all, here are a few sketches of enemies, that you very…
As you may have noticed, it has been a long time since the last update of our comic. First of all we would like to apologize for this and also for such a big delay before informing you about the current situation. It’s true that right now the work on the comic is frozen. However, it doesn’t mean that we are done with it. Every creative person or group has its ups and downs and right now we are not at the peak of our creativity. Moreover, life is going on, new activities and interests occur here and there, and occasionally the amount of free time, which we can spend on the comic, shortens. And though we’ve always updated at a steady (yet not very fast) pace, right now we have to take time out. We will continue as soon as we clear up a few things and regain a little more free time and inspiration.
There is one more thing that should be mentioned. Right now we are working at one more project, which is directly connected with the comic. We can’t say much about it, but it is big, takes a lot of time and is completely different from anything that we’ve done before. Hopefully it will come out really awesome too! We may post more information about it in a few weeks or so.
So thank you for your attention and for staying with us!
Well, at least you can check out sudden live-stream
High Performance Blog: We need your help to bring "Accidentally" to BroNYCon! -
All right, so quick update here. First of all, if anyone interested, I’ll be arriving at BronyCon somewhere around 8 PM on 2nd (to make it for an astounding Bronypalooza), and attend two following days, leaving somewhere around 11 AM on 4th. But enough about me – let’s talk about some really important stuff. All though it all was very sudden, after gathering some information, making a few calculations and ripping the fabric of space and time itself, I’m like 80% positive that by the time of BronyCon we will be able to print out physical copies of “Accidentally”. Just to clear things up – those are not going to be finished pieces, just first 16 pages, but they will probably be supported with some extras. Only right now there is one big problem. We don’t have a vendor table to sell our stuff and we haven’t found anyone who could share a table with us. Sunshine, the author of Discorderly Conduct, was really nice and willing to help, but she already has three other artists sharing the table with her. So, that leaves us in a state of uncertainty. I’m trying to find someone willing to share on BronyCon forum, but I have no luck with that so far. That’s why I want to ask two questions. First – how many of you fellow BronyCon-goers are willing to purchase a copy of our limited edition comic book? Just so if things don’t go well we can at least print some copies and give them “from hands to hands” (outside of the BronyCon, since they don’t allow that). And second - maybe, just maybe you know some vendor attending the BronyCon, whom we can contact on the matter? Getting a table there would mean that I’ll be able to bring quite a lot of comics and maybe even some prints.