This might be the tallest yet.
Nice! Without stories for the depths, how would we find our ways out.
Keep on building. It’s valuable stuff
I really feel strongly about this one– major kudos for a tremendously well-executed concept. Really great storytelling (so many of these panels are so perfectly executed, especially the last one), not to mention the story being told. You should be proud of the work you produce.
That was fantastic. I got excited when I saw you had a new one up, you never disappoint.
I agree with everything WR said. Great concept, perfect execution.
I keep rereading this. You nailed something important here.
I’m proud to say that I couldn’t agree more with the great Winston Rowntree. Keep up the amazing work.
That was excellent. I’m a fluffy story guy who can count the number of days he’s been depressed this year on one hand (I might be able to count the number of days I’ve been depressed for a full day in the last _decade_ on one hand). But I understand the value of art which finds common ground with those in a subterranean mood. That was an excellently executed metaphore.
That’s pretty damn beautiful. I’ll have to re-read it at home so I can really take in the detail, especially the first panel.
Light can only shine in darkness.
That’s great, man.
Great idea, and really nicely executed. I love the expressions/posture/clothing of the builder, and just the overall thing you’re getting at.
This is easily my favourite thing you’ve done to date, next to the the Broken Hand one.
I too side with WR The Great… it’s really something special. Resonates with something within. What that is, i can’t really tell.
when I first looked at this on my phone I think I missed that they were calling the balloons stories, or at least I didnt catch the significance. But reading it again now, it really hit me. Great work, keep it up.
Hope the balloons don’t stop coming
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