Sorry for such a long wait on these next two pages... I've been working on the painting for the first novel so the comic pages were getting neglected as I worked on that. I did take time off of that image to get my butt in gear and put the next comic pages out before I went away for the weekend though.
This one is two pages side by side... so you may have to scroll to see it. Sorry about that, it works much better on paper than a computer monitor, but doesn't look right when I separate the two of them =x
Drawing wise this page/pages is one of those -I can't get it to look right, but I really just gotta settle with what I have because if I keep at it like I am the next page will never come out because I'll never be satisfied with it- images. Most of that trouble came with the left half of the two page spread image where the two wolves are, and the first panel of the fox, as my original sketch for those panels got badly damaged, so I had a very poor image source to work with, I swear it would have been easier to just redraw it from scratch on the computer then try and figure out the messed up lines that remained on the original sketch.
Next page is a full page scenic scene... so... yeah... I'll try not to put it off for too long due to my dislike for drawing buildings, hopefully I'll suck it up without much trouble and just get it over with. Like ripping a band-aid off.
Due to human negligence the world as we know it has ended and been reborn. The animal spirits that guide man giving them the forms of animals so that they would be able to survive in this new wilderness. Though now carrying the form of beasts man has not forgotten the place they once had, as an existence greater then just what nature wanted of them, an existence above all.
Those that worked to gain their humanity are known as domestics, while those who wished to follow the rolls the spirits had given them were known as wilds. Both groups grew arrogant and hateful of one another, the wilds saw the domestics as selfish monsters, for they were returning to the ways that had once destroyed the world, while the domestics saw the wilds as primitive beings afraid of progress, they no better than wild animals.
The raven and the wolf spirits grew tired of the destruction and fighting, and sided with the wilds in their ideals, the domestics only capable of further destroying nature. In their anger they marked a tribe of wilds with a curse, they being removed from the sacred circle of life, unable to hunt or grow their own food, their souls never able to move on while their bodies are unable to return to the earth when they died. The curse upon them only broken once the domestics are gone once and for all. The cursed tribe now known to all by the name of the spirits whom cursed them. ‘Raven Wolf’