I am struggling to contain my excited yelling. Awesome fanart, thank you so so much!
This recent spree of fan-art justifies every single moment I’ve worked on morphE. I never thought I’d get to the point stuff like this would just appear on my dash without warning.
morphE has been getting some amazing fanart lately. The artist has clearly put a lot of thought into them and the mages’ respective paths. And I wish I could give them the proper depth of response they deserve.
Adapting the World of Darkness for a new medium has been pretty interesting, especially when we’re not quite sure what the medium should be called. “Webcomic” is what we generally stick to, even though it has animated segments and plays like a visual novel. We’ve been working on increasing the interactivity, and I’m very pleased with how it’s coming along.
It can be hard to make a campaign sound interesting to an outside observer, and harder still to try to make them feel like they’re the ones playing it. But I think that it’s an idea worth exploring, and I’ve been really delighted to see how excited our readers have been to learn more about the WoD. And since GenCon is still so far off, it’s good to have people with whom to gush about it.
Thank you so much! Doing these was a really fun challenge for myself. Since time is limited for them, I can only make them when I have a good idea, and an evening to crank out each panel as quickly as possible.
I’ve been mulling over an idea for AJ and crystal, but it’s kind of hard to nail down. And since reaction to the first comics was so big, it’s a little intimidating. I don’t want to toss out something stupid or poorly paced.
TTP friends, guess what aether012 just finished making. That’s right, the motion comic for my third Red story. If you liked what I drew, please watch what he made it into. It’s really incredible and way better than what I initially made.