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posted June 26th, 2018, 9:13 am

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June 27th, 2018, 6:57 am

metalmiku

Thanks you very much!

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@Wickerman:
It's always interesting to know what people like about this comic (even if my heart beats super fast when I'm reading those comments). That's true, the most part of the story get a place in the Genesis chapter 6. The story feels a bit surreal? I thought that the only surreal thing in the comic was the party-people's shadow on the page 235 x). But of course there is constant things that I always feels challenging to illustrate (but that also makes this project interesting).
Thanks for the comment : )

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June 28th, 2018, 5:38 am

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@Guest:
Ah, the poetic talk! You're right again. To make those fallen angels a bit more distant I did use poetry in their talking style(not like I think that, that the poetry are inhuman x D).
Part of their dialogue I have been dressing with the poetry what I have been borrowing/taking out of the context/twisting stuff from J L Runeberg(He is the national poet of Finland , born in 1804).
Also turning love poem/songs lyrics upside down is works quite well.

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June 26th, 2018, 4:09 pm

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I love this comic, so much. Found it after a couple of pages were reblogged in Tumblr from someone I follow; I was immediately captivated by the art style. It's very unique, incredibly beautiful! And the story is a bit surreal, even if it's based on Enoch/Genesis. can't wait for more!

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June 27th, 2018, 1:28 pm

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@metalmiku: hehe well I meant surreal in the way the characters react to each other, like it reads a lot like modern fiction at times and then it reads like an old epic poem, so the mixture of the two gives it that surreal character, at least for me!

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