It doesn't matter if you were born lucky, given an 'upper hand'.
There will always be a way for the reckless to lose their head start in life, or for the unfortunate to gain what was never in their grasp.
Scholar is the story of Arthur Tibarious, and incredibly lucky (yet unfortunate) Prince who has been imprisoned for half of his young life. As an emissary and 'Scholar' working for his captors, he stumbles upon the truth of his world.
Is the life he left really worth going back to?
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I may be unable to update for the next week- for which I am terribly sorry.
Truth is, I am flying a few states over to visit my sister for the next several days. While I've started on this week's comic, I redrew it several times and was unhappy with the result.
I didn't know comic artists could get writer's block, but it's more like a drawing block, and I've had it a few times before. Usually I either need to rest for a few days or draw something not related to the comic. As of right now, I know what I need to draw, but not how to make it look, although I was able to get ahead of the game with the storyboard and have several pages planned (and the end of chapter 1)
I will take the opportunity of my trip to work on the story however I can (I need to design environments better, if you all haven't noticed), so I plan to rest but also get some practice in.
Does anyone here use an RSS feed to read comics? I never have myself, but I hear they're popular.