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Hello gentle readers, and welcome to (most of) chapter 6. I was actually making good time on this chapter for quite a while, but things came up. First I suffered a mild hand injury a few weeks back, because apparently when you draw for ten hours a day for weeks at a time you can HURT YOURSELF. Well done, Jameson. I also scheduled some professional development opportunities that I needed to prepare for, and a family emergency also slowed my progress down significantly. It has been so long since an update at this point that I thought I should just post the completed pages thus far.

There are twenty pages of this chapter posted. The good news is you won’t have to wait so long for the next update, as I have all the remaining pages in this chapter drawn and inked. I just need to color the final 16. As soon as I can put aside a week to do this, I will have them done, so you won’t have to wait another four months for an update. This is by far the longest chapter in Age of Clay which fed into some of my difficulties. It’s a huge info dump and there are a lot more explanations forthcoming, but it did make it hard to finish the chapter because this chapter just kept on trucking.

I also switched art styles again. Surprise! It’s a little rough and unpolished, but part of why I do Age of Clay is so I can practice and experiment. Anyway, welcome back folks. I will get another update to you pretty soon.

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Oh, Kat, thank you, thank you, thank you. It answers as many questions as it asks, or nearly so.
This is magnificent, and beautiful. And great and sweeping and Grand. Thank you for this. No panic on the up- dates, please. Just know it is wonderful and made my eyes sing, and my heart pound.

Completely agree with Geneseepaws! Thank you, Kath. I am loving how the story is progressing, and how you are weaving the history and answering the questions that have been on my mind since I started reading, so many moons ago.

As for the art shift, it still is wonderful. This is a grand story, and you are wonderful for sharing.

And please, be safe. I hope you are doing well.

This was a very nice start to this chapter. Loving Fortimer in this chapter so far and how, even while he can’t entirely put aside his own problems, he’s there for Nova. Also really feeling Nova in this chapter, poor kid 🙁 I’ve liked your shifts in art style, and this new one is no exception. Keep up the good work, but first and foremost, take care of yourself and try not overdo it on your hands. Looking forward to the rest of the chapter as the pieces (kind of) start coming together 😀

I just found this comic, I must have seen a link on some other comic I read but can’t for the life of me remember which one it was now!

Really enjoying it so far, and really love how the art developed and changed over time. When you switched to watercolours it was a sea-change in how the comic looked and felt. The chapters since then feel so much warmer now!

Is the comic only updated every 4 months now then? that is a shame. I follow several which update 1 page a week but one every 4 months seems a bit hard to follow. I guess I will sign up to the email though in case anything happens soon.

Thanks for the great read so far at least!

It will, as she said, likely update more quickly now that she has the rest of this chapter already planned out as far as inking, etc. The 4 months was hyperbole; it was longer than expected due to life, but never planned to be longer than a month or so (from what I remember).

With regards to the story, GET HYPE! I’m friggin’ excited to find out why. Why everything. All the whys. <3

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