Due to developing carpal tunnel syndrome, updates are currently Monday every three weeks. I'll get back to updating every other week when I can.
I'd really like to make a page each week, but I also have health problems with my hands and as such am not fast enough art-wise to manage it. If you want to be notified when new pages are put up, you can also follow me on deviantart, twitter or tapastic.
A fan comic of Avatar the last airbender, about Kyoshi's discovery that she's the Avatar, and her first challenge: saving the earth kingdom from a war between Chin and the Earth king - something she's entirely not ready for.
A couple things I should mention: this comic is a place were I can simply experiment, have fun, and learn. Therefore, the style is probably going to be inconsistent. I also can't manage color all the time because of how long it takes, so color will be reserved for certain sections.
Also, Kyoshi might seem a little different than you would expect at the beginning of the story. That's on purpose. We know her as a powerful warrior, but I think that's probably not what she started out as, but rather what she became. This is the story of how that happens.
So yeah, back to black and white. Things are going to be sketchy and messy for a while partially as an attempt to chill and relax about the quality of the comic's art a bit. I'm supposed to be doing this for fun after all!
I also want to experiment more and am trying the all digital route. So far, it seems like way less work in a number of ways - with pencil if I need to change part of a drawing, I have to put down the pencil, grab the eraser, erase, put down the eraser, grab the pencil, and redraw. In manga studio I can undo, press a button with my left hand to switch tools or even just modify my drawing rather than having to redraw it. I can also use the vector tools entirely with my left hand with precision. Lines drawn in manga studio are much cleaner as well (not as much this page as later ones) so I don't have to spend as much time trying to clean them up, which actually turned out to be the majority of the work of the color pages (when I colored them, the grayish pencil lines just didn't work smoothly with it).
All of these things mean less work for my right hand, which I can save for the actual drawing, and less work per page. In fact, this new process is so much less work and more efficient, I've already made significant progress on the next few pages. Efficiency FTW! :)