9/17/17

Jack & Jill - First Interlude, Part 2

It's up over at TG Comics!

Enjoy everyone. :)


38 comments:

  1. It's time to ask again... Is already there a date tô release the Next part? I can't waaaaiitt...

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    1. Not yet, I'm afraid. I took a little break, but I'm back to working on it again. Hopefully early to mid November. :)

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    2. Ummm...It's never ever 'time to ask again'. Artists work hard and they owe you nothing. If you liked it, tell them so and leave it at that.

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  3. When will Part 2 be posted here?

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    1. You can also check it out on my DA page!

      https://emoryahlberg.deviantart.com/

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  4. Is it supposed to be one picture?

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  5. It's been more than a week and I am still waiting for the second part. I tried to signup for TG comics but they flagged my ID for some reason. Can you please upload the interlude part 2.

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    1. Try here: https://emoryahlberg.deviantart.com/

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  6. Thank you for taking the time to make this comic. It's one of my favourites.

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    1. You're welcome! Glad You're enjoying it. :D

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  7. We are in mid november............ next episode?

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    1. it is sad to think femur will release your comic in parts (as always)

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    2. Aw, why's that sad? I'm proud to be on TG Comics! :D

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    3. Because we cant wait, and dont want to wait more with the release in week parts

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    4. Sounds like I have you right where I want you. ;)

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    5. For me anyways it's better to smaller releases more often... It helps me stay involved in the story. There are lots of free comics where the release cycle is 6 months between huge releases and I find I have to re-read the whole thing every time.

      Emory, you're putting together a quality comic. Please take as much time as you need to release the best quality comic you can ;)

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    6. You know, i'm not that anon who asked this, but i agree with him to some point.
      With you too, but it is not conflicting, and that's why:
      1) Yes, Emory as an author has the right to do this work or to not do it, the right to stop doing it without explanations, the right to delay the result as long as he wishes, and so on. We have no right to demand him to do his work just because he is doing it for us for free.
      2) But, at the same time, when he tells us, when to expect another release, it is a promise. And promises are made to be kept, otherwise there is no point in them at all. Really: what's the point of telling us that it will be there in early to mid november, if it won't be there even in early december? To make us sad? And it's not the first time.
      You know, i wouldn't have anything against it, if the promise was kept or if there were never any promises in the first place. If he just tells us "it will be someday" - it's okay, it is his right, and all we have to do is wait patiently, without rushing him.
      But he told us WHEN to expect the result, even though he isn't our personal entertainer; and he did it so that we will expect it at the called time; and we expect; and it isn't here; and we ask. Isn't it natural?

      You know, i'm an autistic person. I personally hate when there are strict rules, boundaries or promises which look solid but then are ignored like they never existed. It scares me and makes me anxious. I know not everybody is autustic, somaking promises to never keep them isn't that harsh to other people as it is to me, but i still find it not so good.
      Which is why i want to ask (_ask_, not demand) Emory to either keep his promises or to not give them. Can you, please?

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    7. I appreciate your passion! I thought I was pretty careful not to make any promises. Just predictions based on how the work is proceeding. I'm up to 65 pages now and still going (the first one was 29 pages, the second was 35, the "Interlude" was 76).

      Some of this is limited by my time, but also how fast the computer takes to render the scenes. I want to make them look as realistic for you as possible.

      But your message is great. I'm so happy you're all enjoying Jack & Jill enough to be waiting for it eagerly. I don't think it will be too much longer now.

      But no promises. :)

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  8. For me anyways it's better to smaller releases more often... It helps me stay involved in the story. There are lots of free comics where the release cycle is 6 months between huge releases and I find I have to re-read the whole thing every time.

    Emory, you're putting together a quality comic. Please take as much time as you need to release the best quality comic you can ;)

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    1. Thanks, Kronk! I'm up to 50 panels now and working hard to get everything to you ASAP. :)

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    2. No no, you misunderstand. I'm not trying to rush you. This was meant to be a reply to that asshat up there who said "We are in mid november............ next episode?" and followed it up with "Because we cant wait, and dont want to wait more with the release in week parts"


      I would never, ever try to insinuate that an artist works harder. Apologies for the misunderstanding.

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    3. Oh! No, don't worry, Kronk. I didn't take it that way. I was just letting you know my status. :)

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  9. A different 'Anonymous'.
    I agree, this comic has the potential to be one of the greats. Keep doing exactly what you are doing, but knowing you have a huge and appreciative audience. :))

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    1. Thank you very much, Anon. :)

      I'm 50 panels deep right now. It's going well, and I can't wait for you to see and (hopefully) enjoy it.

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  10. Can you tell us when when is it gonna be done?

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    1. Soon! I'm eager to get it out to you guys. Please know I'm hard at work on it.

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  11. No worries folks, your savior is here. A month agò I understood that we would hardly have seen a continuation of this story. I do not pretend to be a talented graphic but I think I can at least rival, as a tribute to Emory I continued his work according to my vision and now I'm the last touches, saturday I'll publish here a link for everyone that is tired to wait, Thanks to Emory for this opportunity to shine. Moko, the almighty blesses you all! ;)

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    1. Why don't you just tell a different story?

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    2. Interesting! I'm eager to see it!

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  12. Ok... We'll have two parallel stories. This should be interesting

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  13. The anonymous is probably just kidding, he wants to make us waiting to next saturday to see a story that probably doesn't even exist (show at least one picture to prove us).

    Or... the anounymous is actually Emory indirectly telling us that will finilly release it next saturday.

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    1. Nope, not me. But it'd be kind of amazing to read a spin-off, haha.

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