Man, totally forgot to upload this the other day. My bad.
Things have been a little disorganized with me working on Episode 8 as one complete update instead of sticking to a regular schedule, and in addition I'm working on a comic as a final project for a class I'm taking which is also eating up some of my time.
Anyway, nothing from Tate this time, except for the Facebook Page
he made for Space Cat. Check it/like it/join it or whatever the kids do on the Facebook these days.
See you with another fan feature soon,
What? Do your eyes deceive you? Did Nuzlocke actually post a new fan run feature??
The answer is yes, loyal readers, once again I've decided to grace you with my meaningless opinions on other people's hard work.
Don't feel afraid to sing praises of my greatness.
...but yeah, since as of now I'm going forward with the whole post-episode-8-in-one-update thing, I'll be posting at least one fan challenge per week to make the wait more bareable. So without further ado, lets talk about the awesome Tales of Sinnoh and Myths of Unova.
These two runs are by Kynim,
one of the coolest cats to grace my forums with their talent.
Her two runs, while both highly enjoyable, are actually pretty distinct in pacing and art style. Tales of Sinnoh, her first nuzlocke comic, is a fast paced ride that speeds you through the craziness of Sinnoh. The art here is pretty sketchy, but in the best way possible. There's so much motion going on in the panels, and she really makes the most of her panels. The whole thing is just fluid as hell, the art and story flow together perfectly.
Also, amidst the sketchiness, there's some really beautiful panels along the way.
Myths of Unova, her latest (and still ongoing) comic, is a very different beast. The pacing is a bit slower, focusing a little more on character interactions and story than the previous comic.
Oh, and the art. Did I mention the art? Right off the bat it impresses the eye, and it only gets better as it goes along.
Like seriously, it's really good. I burn with envy at her abilities.
I'm not sure if she just improved through practice or if she was just holding out on us before, but it's impossible to ignore the improvement.
I highly recommend this run, especially because it's not finished yet! If you're reading this fan feature and you're intrigued, now you've got one more web comic to follow, and I've done my job right.
Oh, and even though I didn't post any, there's totally video segments, incase you needed anymore reasons to check this run out.
Seriously, go check it out. GO.
(I'll just be crying over my shitty art in the corner.)
...didn't Sirius say the crash site was further ahead? Probably an honest mistake, we all know we can always trust our favorite double agent.
I actually don't have much to say in this post, so I'll cut this short. If you read yesterday's Hard-Mode blog post you know there might be a bit of a Hard-Mode hiatus while I work on Episode 8, which may or may not be posted all together as opposed to broken into smaller updates. I'll probably be able to give a more certain update on Thursday.
If it does happen though, rest assured that Space Cat will continue to update at least once per week, and additionally I'll try to do some Fan Run Features or Muh Phoenix issues to ease the wait.
Anyway, I'm going to hand this over to Tate.
I haven't had anything to blog about lately, but finally there is something new shaking on my end. I'm collaborating on an animated project, and it should be pretty neat once it's finished. I'm not allowed to say anything about what it's about, but when it's finished and out there, I'll be sure to share it with you kind readers.
Unfortunately this put a stall on the Space Cat animation I was doing in my free time, but that is still in the works as well. It'll be coming to an internet near you as soon as I finish this other project.
Aside form that, I put another reference in this strip- I was happy to see people notice the Sudowoodo and Lorax tree in the first 'Nam strip. I hope people catch this much more obvious one as well. Let me know if you catch it!
WHEWH! Episode 7 is finally complete! And it only took... 3ish months? (God I hope it wasn't longer than that...)
Today's update is rather small, but as usual whenever a full episode is posted I've combined all of the updates into their complete format, so you can reread them as they were meant to be read! (And I do believe they read better this way.)
Despite all the shit that happened to me during these past few months, I really enjoyed creating Episode 7, it's definitely one of my favorites of White: Hard-Mode so far. Hope you guys liked reading it as much as I liked making it. Still, it feels good to finally move on to Episode 8.
Speaking of Episode 8, the end of this update may raise some questions for those of you familiar with the Liberty Pass. If it clears anything up, you should remember that I started my White file back when the game was first released, and I've just been slowly playing/drawing it since.
Also regarding Episode 8, this part is kind of important:
-- I'm considering posting Episode 8 all in one update. --
...Of course, I haven't even started it yet, so this would mean there'd be a bit of a Hard-Mode hiatus while I got it done. I'm still debating whether or not I'm actually going to do it, since there's been so many hiatuses and cancelations on this site recently, but I'm really tempted to try. I said in the beginning that there'd still be a few full Episode updates this season, and I intend to keep that promise.
If I do end up taking a hiatus to finish up Episode 8, I'll be sure to post a Fan Challenge Feature at least weekly (which I realize I was supposed to be doing in the first place...) to make up for it.
Anyway, it's still to be decided. I let you know what the situation is on Thursday most likely.
Gotta go watch Game of Thrones.
And at long last, here's the next Space Cat page!
I know the site hasn't had a very solid or set-in-stone update schedule in a while due to all the recent shakeups/changes, but I think I might have Tuesday be Space Cat's new update day instead of Fridays. Balances out the week better, I think.
Anyway, as usual our hero knows that the best agents always follow their instincts, even if those instincts tell them to chase a bug into the jungle and abandon your squad.
Instincts, man. Don't question 'em.