Ch4 pg14

June 12th, 2011, 10:16 pm



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Yubria, June 12th, 2011, 10:44 pm     Reply

Honey side up, or honey side down-
That will determine my smile of frown
For oh how I love my toast so brown.

That's all of what Ori was singing- it's a song about a guy dropping his toast. You know, one of those stupid songs that doesn't have a point but manages to get stuck in your head after the first time you hear it.

Well, I really liked the page until I put in all the text and stuff. Now I feel like it's really bottom heavy. Maybe I'll bring down the opacity on the white behind the song words.

Speaking of word bubbles, are you able to get what's going on with the black ones? They're supposed to be telepathy bubbles indicating who is 'speaking' and who is being 'spoken' to.
On the subject of telepathy- there's two different types of telepathy going on in this world. The first is used by innately magical creatures (like dragons or essences) and that type of telepathy can be heard by people in general, much like regular talking. The second is used by magicians, and that type of telepathy can only be heard by other magicians, and usually only by one mage at a time. Magicians can only use telepathy to communicate with non-magicians if the magician is given permission to enter the non-magician's mind. This hardly ever happens because entering someone's mind means the magician has access to anything in the person's mind and can potentially control that person.

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Theorah, June 13th, 2011, 4:43 pm     Reply

Oh, very interesting! I never considered a more complex side of telepathy like this. I didnt actually click that they were telepathy bubbles, but this is possibly because I'm not reading a bunch of pages in one go, so I just didnt consider the fact that the bubbles were inconsistent in style to the other bubbles. I expect I would've clicked if I was reading KoP all in one go ^^

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