This one was quite difficult to finish. A some of you know, just the week after the 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.