6.15

October 10, 2017

This one was quite difficult to finish. A some of you know, just the week after after returning from hiatus I was diagnosed with skin cancer -yup-. The treatment is going ‘well’, but in this moment my back hurts so much and I cannot seat on my desk comfortably, so that’s why the latest weeks I’ve been updating so erratically. I’ve been pushing myself these weeks and now I’m so tired and want to rest before hating so much making MoonSlayer. So, I’ll slow down with the updates of MS during the rest of the treatment.

Also, my Cintiq Companion 2 started to show the battery problem that all of them seems to have, so I have all the odds against me this time.

Meanwhile, you can follow my Inktober HERE.

New SF members of this week:

Fantastic and Frightening Futures


I, Mummy:
An impulsive teenager turned mummy investigates her own murder with the assistance of a cantankerous ghost. Our story occurs in a future based on predictions from the late 1800s—a future where everyone can fly and there’s no such thing as wi-fi.


Folklore:
When a coup for power sends the world’s superhuman population into all out war, humanity is pushed to the brink of extinction. In their final hour a weapon designed to strip power from all superhumans is unleashed. On some, it works. Others become something far worse.

10 Comments

  • Caitlin

    This abandoned city is -so- ominous… Good thing this chapter had some cute Kaeso and Syrma moments to lighten things up ^^

    Also, please take all the rest you need during your treatment!

    • Yes it is! But somehow my skills aren’t enough to portray them! That scenes were part of some last minute changes of script XD

      And yep, I’m still recovering, this sucks :/

      • Freya

        your immune system and energy are critical to fighting cancer. Stretching yourself thin isn’t going to help you recover. We, your fans, want you to be healthy and happy. Please sleep, eat well, take walks in fresh air. Work on the comic as you can and don’t push yourself to exhaustion. you are going through a lot and we get it. Sending good thoughts your way.

  • Lily Moon

    *super ultra mega hugs*

  • Jules the Wolf

    I just read through your whole archive in a day. The art is so beautiful! I just had to stop and stare, sometimes.

    I’m sorry about the cancer, your immune system needs all the rest it can get, so take your time. I believe (at least) one of your collective-mates at Spider Forest has also had cancer (can’t recall her name, but she does Spare Keys For Strange Doors) she may have some help for you of the experienced it herself variety.

  • VickiC

    I’ve just discovered your beautiful webcomic. Hope you get well soon, & have all the inspiration & strength you need to continue Moonslayer and any other projects you have.

    • Thank you! I hope to return very soon after I get my new tablet! 😀

  • Omymel

    I just found your comic! I usually prefer ones with bright, vibrant colors, but the shading and detail you put into every aspect of Moon Slayer is gorgeous!

    I am so sorry to hear that you have been dealing with so much stress on top of your illness. I read through most of your “author’s comment” sections, and you have certainly been dealt a rough hand lately. I am bookmarking your page and I will check back often 🙂 But as others have said, please take care of yourself so you can get well. I love your art and story and will happily wait until you are recovered.

    Best of luck with your treatment and recovery, and I hope your Cintiq gets fixed soon 🙂 *HUGS*

    • Thanks so much for your kind words! *hugs*
      I have to say that I love putting detail in every aspect of my comic, but that sometimes is a big drawback, I can’t leave a blank space without organizing all the panels very well! ^_^U