ID: 0dd56 No.6962
Private commission, I assume? Much like >>6838
I can't find the completed one anywhere unless it's behind their 2 Patreons or something.
ID: 3d931 No.6981
So wait…this metaphor is weird. Harpooning the Salty Longshoreman with baby Gravy…
Harpooning = Penetration
Which would make "The Salty Longshoreman" Sesame's vagina.
With his Baby Gravy…baby gravy is obviously semen, but you don't penetrate with semen….
Also, why is the longshoreman getting harpooned? Isn't a longshoreman the one that does the harpooning?
Now "Having the Salty Longshoreman harpoon the Southern Clam" that makes sense.
Also, Born doesn't have an E in it.
And for some reason I read Claire's lines in Tracer's voice.
ID: 6910c No.6983
You can at least TRY being a little more subtle about your preferred Mason-ship, Claire…
ID: 26907 No.6984
Well, we were trying to go for an obscure over the top inneudo for sex - doesn't make much since and only meant to be cringey and kind of "what?".
Never heard the term myself until writing this page xD
ID: cfc2d No.6989
Well its like this>it doesnt make sense
So instead it makes it cringy on the grounds to me on>this person tried to do an innuendo but failed horribly
ID: e217d No.6990
At least, it doesn't make sense given the context provided. If it were gay, or perhaps implying anal it'd fit better.
ID: 84f5e No.6991
I get to internally live vicariously through Claire because from all the art I’ve seen it seems people much prefer Mason with Kibbles ;_;
I get to sit in my rickety ship for Mason and Sesame..
ID: e217d No.6992
I'm part of the Mason x Sesame group myself. Nothing against Farron, but with his antics he'll find it hard to get away with it when it comes to Sesame (seriously, total grudge holder). Also he is Dante's brother, pretty sure he'll be unable to enjoy the catfights involved whenever they meet.
I'm not even going to get started on how broken Farron would be if he settled down, at least as he is now. Let character growth tell in time if he is able to withstand such a thing.
ID: 71c46 No.6993
Who's this People and why should we care what they think?
ID: e217d No.7027
Nah, not enough unintended innuendo dialogue here, claire-generated ones don't count of course.
ID: 77a0c No.7086
Man, Mason looks really skinny here. Now, Kibbs, on the other hand…
ID: ed6bb No.7207
I love how Kibbles has been drawn lately, but… her speech, I don't recall her talking that. It's almost like she switched mind with Claire or Farron.
ID: 3bff0 No.7208
Kibbles is definitely acting differently than normal. It's possible that it's not her (i.e., meddling by Valmont, who has already shown himself capable of crafting illusions, and who must eventually come into conflict with the party at some point), or that Sesame has slipped into one of the parallel universes from her nightmare. Notice that even though everyone got soaked in the rain the night before, Kibbles is the only one wearing a totally different set of clothes, including the ribbon in her hair (Mason and Farron's outfits have both changed slightly, but are not markedly different from what they were wearing before).
ID: e0700 No.7209
Kibbles has changed clothes before. IMO is just the authors not deciding yet what kind of personality she has.
ID: 3d931 No.7210
Maybe she gets surly when she's hungry.
ID: ebbe8 No.7212
I'm pretty sure she's cranky due to hunger. if you haven't eaten anything since the previous morning like she said then you aren't going to be the nicest person later on
ID: e217d No.7228
Yikes that text font. Almost looks handwritten.
ID: 26907 No.7229
Too difficult to read? We've had one other person dislike it but most others seem OK. Its Komika Slim.
ID: 5a4b7 No.7230
I feel like the overall dialogue quality has gone down since Sesame came back from that dream trip.
Maybe it's intentionnal, but between the forced sexual innuendos and every characters spouting slangs regardless of who they are (Kibs especially)
Almost feel forced, this trop describe this well : http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TotallyRadical
ID: d9dca No.7231
you know, that is a bit true, what kind of speech am I suppose to expect to be common? I mean its true theres always gonna be slang, but sorta just dunno what kind of speech am I suppose to expect of this so I can know "ok that sorta slang doesnt work"
language if not dialogue is a tough thing to deal and manage when writing.
ID: 26907 No.7232
Well UberQuest isn't about to get Shakespearean and be all "Art thou going to the east in yonder forest to search for ye food?" Sure it's a fantasy setting but it's not an equivalent to the 1600s of Earth. I don't think anyone anticipates that, but yeah.>>7230
You mean Claire's forced innuendos? It is *meant* to be cringy. Honestly, we're not trying to do anything different with our dialogue - if anything it feels more organic and easier to write now than ever before.
Characters grow into themselves, certainly. We had hints about certain traits that are maybe more apparent now. Subverting certain tropes - like say making Kibbles more than just the sweet,polite,clumsy type.. she can be sassy and demanding in her presence (Its not as sudden as you think http://uberquest.katbox.net/comic/39-the-adventure-of-learning/
,) Instead of making Sesame a tsundere,serious hero with a temper problem she can bite off more than she can chew, act too cocky or sensitive to others feelings.
It's an attempt to layer them and make them see, more three dimensional.
Though point taken about the dialogue, we will continue to work on it to make the comic better.
ID: 26907 No.7233
It's fantasy but the time-period is around the Age of Steam/Just prior to the Industrial Revolution -so 1800s - ish. As steampunk technology exists, some of the values and traditions do resemble more of a 1600s-era but knowledge and tech is a bit more modern.
ID: e217d No.7234
Well not so much difficult to read as a very stark contrast to the previous font. Careful using it during very dramatic moments.