Full Cast of The Phoenix Imperative

Full Cast of The Phoenix Imperative

Saturday, 13 April 2013

"Nope, still not dead..."

The post title is in reference to both myself and The Phoenix Imperative.  The story is still something I wish to continue with, despite the fact that it has been almost eight months since I posted Episode Twenty-Two: I Regret to Inform You.  I have recently done a fresh installation of my Fallout 3 game, and been slowly adding in the necessary mods to be able to continue with working on the comic.  I have tested the game for compatibility and stability, and things are looking good so far.  Well enough, in fact, that I finally re-shot the entirety of Episode One: Someone's at the Door.  I never did like how that one turned out, but at the time a number of readers mentioned that it was more the story that counted to them, than how it looked.  So, I left it as is for quite some time, but it still bothered me.  Friday morning, I finally went ahead and re-did all the shots, some as close to the original as I could, and some at different angles to see what I could come up with.  I am much happier with the results this time.  I also added a couple of extra lines of dialogue to Silas Caine.  These lines are both a sci-fi reference and an allusion (is that the correct word?) to "things to come".

I also have started going through the episodes and corrected what typos I could find.  I am also considering redoing all the episodes that take place in Moriarity's up 'till now.  I am not really satisfied with how they turned out either, and both Sasha Ashe and Silas Caine have had some slight changes in appearance.

For now, here is the revised version of Episode One: Someone's at the door.














2 comments:

  1. It's certainly good to know that both you and the project are still alive. The revision looks great. Thanks for the "heads-up" as well. As always, I will continue to keep my eye on this in anticipation of how the story will continue to unfold.

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  2. Thanks Herculine :) I am rather proud of this myself. I especially like how the second last panel turned out. I think that the angle I used, combined with the lighting in the cell helped to make the armoured figure rather imposing and menacing, especially when compared to the original version.

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