again, what if due to some tragic event, she became delusional and image her lost child as this stuff pony, and she believe it has a mind of it own, but it clearly saying what she want it to ,say if she was a real child, and the trouble she believe she would of have to deal with,
the teach clearly didn't give the no pets in class rule, which lead me to think it was just a plushy and he's face expression shows that he didn't know how to deal with it, the fact that she looked back at every one after talking to it mean that people was watching her most likely because they believe she was crazy, therefore i truly think this story is about a insane woman
i think this idea of the story would make a great alternative ending
The teacher refered to it as a Ro-pet, meaning, he believes it to be a robotic pet, probably built by her father, the scientist. So he just let's her keep it, and if she was delusional, than so would all three of her friends, her father, and the bully, who Celestia teleported.
It's called building up the storyline. This is supposed to be like the story of before Equestria and MLP, or, a prequel, made by a fan. That, and it takes sooo long to work on comic pages, even if they're like this. They have to write the story, too. This is only 28 pages in, so there's most likely going to be more of this. Abrr just needs time to work.
Haha hope I didn't offend you with this, just explaining
Because if they just stopped making pages now and piled up 15 of them like you said, people would either loose interest or forget about it entirely, or complain and complain til the new pages are out.
Not everyone works the same way with cranking out art and comics. It'd be nice if we got a new page regularly, but sometimes life and family is more important to focus on. (Not saying that's happening here, but it happens sometimes) It also takes time to make quality work. Don't forget that...
a single page takes about 3+ days of work from start to finish (that's 3 days of my free un paid time, unless someone wishes to pay me for it, in that case let me know asap.)
But that's not going to make you, someone who has never tried to make an A4 comic page before, realize just how much work there is in this thing... so... lets take a look at my check list of things I have to do shall we.
1) sketch pages (as many as possible concurrently) 2) scan (scan scan and scan some more till there all done and I've drunk 2 cups of tea while overseeing the slow process) 3) manually rename all the scans (fuuuuuun) 4) ink (lots and lots of inking. every character is about half an hour of inking, and bizzarley Tia is the hardest to do because she needs to be super neat and tidy) 5) add line depth (adds shape and life to the line work 6) add vector speech bubbles 7) flatten speach bubbles and tidy up the messy bits where they overlap the pannels. 8) text (people complained when it wasn't hand written so this takes a while) 9) tidy up on all the inking (because there's always something to tidy up) 10) flat colours (recent discoveries have shortened time here from days to a mere hour) 11) shading (because flat colours are dull dull dull) 12) backgrounds, add some 13) shade the background as well 14) add in the header board 15) export as flat image at correct size 16) check there are no errors 17) realize a continuity error or other and go back down the list as far as needed to fix it. 18) rename file and upload 19) add text links to previous page and add a next date
and yes. I am working about 5-10 pages ahead, I need to for a whole verity of reasons and achieving this vital breathing room DID result in a MASSIVE drop in viewership.
and I would like to thank SketchingLink and kittehcrazy for there support of me.