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in Grand Finale
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The Devon Legacy










Author Notes:

JustNoPoint 1/20/2012, 8:23 AM edit delete
JustNoPoint
This marks the end of the flashbacks. The rest of the comic will now finally focus on wrapping everything up.

I have a love hate relationship with this page. At 1st I was really upset with the simplicity of what I drew and the layout. But after I pieced everything I planned together it looks really well if I do say so myself. I really like how the cell borders came out.

I also wish I could have spent a tad more time explaining her condition. Or at least how her parents would explain it. Though this may be pretty accurate... I mean I can't base how natural this is really. When would you tell your child they probably won't live to see 19? And how would you finally tell them when it came time?

So, yeah... I think it came out well and I think it could have been better at the same time. I'm in flux with it XD

This also finally explains why Sally has a short life span and why she's so emotional. I generally dislike the super emotional over the top sweet, innocent loli types that tend to litter most japanese animations. When I made her up I hadn't noticed it yet.

After I got older and saw it ran into the dirt so much I started thinking that the only way a girl could really act like these "anime pet" girls do is if they had some kind of brain damage. So that's the deal with Sally.

I get to go back to drawing ACTION soon! Hooray! Monday we go back to the present with Sally and Master PredaGrand!

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Guest 2/26/2012, 5:37 PM edit delete reply

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I feel so sorry for Sally....:(

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