#58 – “Lost and Found”


Went back to regular shadows in this one, tough there’s probably one particular pane where I should’ve made the light come from another angle. But hindsight is hindsight. Likewise in hindsight, the book should probably have been smaller than it turned out to be, but atleast it’s obviously visible like this.

On a totally different note, I made two blog posts collecting the various quips, puns and references I’ve snuck into the page titles of both Chapter One and Chapter Two. It’s not necessary to know what the titles point to in any way, but I thought it might be a fun thing to post up – especially as it lets people check how many they picked up on themselves.


6 Responses to “#58 – “Lost and Found””

  1. 1 Arthlol
    October 23, 2008 at 15:40

    “Green Gills of Stranglekelp” – Well played, even though it took me a while to get it. Two years away from the game does that ;)

  2. 2 Nhani
    October 23, 2008 at 17:13

    Unfortunately I can’t claim full credit – Sapphi’s the guilty party that came up with the “Green Gills of Stranglekelp” book title. I thought it was a much delicious play of words that utterly blew the ideas I had in mind at the time so I went with it.

    I will admit it is very well played, though. ;)

  3. 3 Moltrazahn
    October 24, 2008 at 01:07

    Green Gills of Stranglekelp… epic :P

  4. 4 TC
    October 24, 2008 at 08:26

    ehehe made me chuckle really, specially the “oh your no fun” comment after. keep it up Nhani!

  5. 5 Sinjako
    October 25, 2008 at 09:51

    this is so much better than dragontouched ^^

  6. 6 Leots
    October 26, 2008 at 17:01

    Green Gills of Strangekelp, brilliant! :D

    I really love Beyond the Tree, keep it up! ^^

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