Tales of the satyr Katergaris, and his friends and foes, as they frolic through ancient myths, battle beasts, and avoid satyr hungry hermits – all with olive wine in hand.
New strips updated every Sunday, and some times an extra strip during the week.
Well, you tricky, tricky Satyr!
“Lady” © Saljamka
PS: A little speedily done, because I didn’t realise there was no comic done for this week. Sorry! I shall return to it soon and add the details I wanted to and etc.
Sometimes stories — and their climaxes — have their greatest impact when told simply and plainly, without getting obscured in needless “ornamentation.” Mark Twain was a famous devotee of this belief and mercilessly shredded “his darlings” (as he calle them) in pursuit of tellinghis stories as straightforwardly as possible.
I think this conclusion to The Chase is well done. Personally I wouldn’t change it as it closes one chapter and begins the next. I would spend more time “thinking through” Gari’ budding relationship and the Adventures In Love (or, at least, Lust) he’s about to have.
Thank you very much! On changing it, I’m oly referring to the artwork, which is a little rushed. Chapter-wise, I believe there is only one more page or so, so we know her name :)
PFfft. Oh that Garis. Always a sneaky one xD
Does that even count or was that foul play?
I… I think it counts?
It’s his namesake ;)
just came across your work. i’ve realized i’m pretty much in love with garis. :)
Haha, thank you! Glad you like the fuzzy beast! :)
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