What Happened

3rd Mar 2017, 12:00 AM

What Happened
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LeRenardRoux on 3rd Mar 2017, 12:00 AM

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Truth is, nobody in Marburn reads anything but the fashion column.

BTW guys, we're nearing the end of the chapter and that means Q&A! If you've got questions for me or any of the characters just comment beloooow.

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KAM on 3rd Mar 2017, 5:05 AM

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Yes, why wasn't it in the fashion column?

A tailor losing his shop and being arrested thereby reducing his ability to make clothes. His poor customers forced to find another tailor.

A fashionable son of an Earl being kidnapped and unable to buy clothes from any other tailor. What will this do to business?

Tsk, tsk, what is wrong with the fashion editor?

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LeRenardRoux on 6th Mar 2017, 4:20 PM

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You didn't say who should answer these, so I'll be assigning them to Nova. I'm sure she's the best equipped to handle these topics. XD

Proxy170 on 3rd Mar 2017, 8:54 AM

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Not in the papers or not read by her I wonder? I feel like if they didn't write about it, they're trying to cover something up? But I mean...who DOESN'T notice a giant explosion like that and demand an explanation?

LeRenardRoux on 6th Mar 2017, 4:11 PM

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It's not much of a spoiler in this case to say she just missed it. :D It was definitely in the paper, and very likely in the fashion column too. XD

Matt Knab on 3rd Mar 2017, 6:03 PM

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Great detail on the mask! I can't imagine trying to draw that panel after panel! XD

LeRenardRoux on 6th Mar 2017, 4:14 PM

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Thanks so much! I actually have a few tricks up my sleeve that make her mask easier, but I'll be glad when the Ball is over. XD

Outlaw on 6th Mar 2017, 12:16 AM

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Hey, my friend! Sorry for not being around much lately. I needed a break from CF.

But I'm back now and really digging what's going on in the comic. I love this chick's design and can't wait to see what she brings to the overall story. Awesome detail on the costumes and masks, by the way. It must take you quite a while to draw.

LeRenardRoux on 6th Mar 2017, 4:16 PM

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Hey man, no worries! I've had to do that too, I think it's healthy to take a break for awhile. XD

And thanks! I've been so psyched to get to this scene and really bring her into the story. :D

Thursday Violist on 6th Mar 2017, 12:05 PM

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Clearly, by their banter and cold behavior to each other, she must be Loup's twin sister who ran away from home when in her rebellious teenage years.

Thursday Violist on 9th Mar 2017, 6:20 PM

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Well, either that, or they dated at one point. Now that I think about it, how did dating even happen back in Victorian England/whenever this comic is based off of? I need to find this out.

LeRenardRoux on 10th Mar 2017, 8:59 AM

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I don't think these two could ever pass for twins lol! XD

Courtship in Regency England (Pride and Prejudice times) was pretty strict stuff, at least for the upper classes. Being a tradesman, Loup is on a much lower rung, so the rules might have been a little looser. :D

Thursday Violist on 10th Mar 2017, 3:10 PM

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Oh! Wow, that's some pretty strict stuff: "Before an engagement, couples could not converse privately or be alone in a room, travel unchaperoned in a carriage, call one another by their Christian names, correspond with or give gifts to one another, dance more than two sets together on any evening or touch intimately - and that included handshakes."

That is pretty crazy.
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