Tag: Kendra Blake
I haven’t posted anything in a few weeks, so I wanted to show you what I’ve been up to. Besides working on sets for the next Clara Ravens comic, I completed the entire story/dialogue for Freehope episode 6 and all characters and sets. 11 frames are finished so far. Expect the whole thing to come in around 35-40 frames. I’m hoping to have it finished by the end of June if I’m lucky. More likely mid-July though.
This particular episode didn’t take an exceptionally long time to develop, as it only has 4 sets and one new character (and one A3 to V4 converted character from a previous comic), but the story was pretty long because this is where it finally gets to the “meat and potatoes”, so to speak. Up until now, it’s been mostly plot and character development, with little secrets tossed in along the way. But now the story begins to really unfold rapidly, and this is where the dark psychological melodrama truly begins.
By the way, I say “secrets” concerning the story, because there really is stuff hidden behind a lot of the story. Without revealing too much, let’s just say that the plot, from start to end, is completely
Deep in the mountains of Connecticut is a very old converted sanitarium, now used as a boarding home for wayward teenage girls. The facility, like its inhabitants, is rather disheveled. Here is where our protagonist Kendra Blake finds home for reasons she doesn’t disclose. Soon after she arrives and gets settles, she is alarmed to discover that the girls in the facility are treated like sexual toys by the guards. She plans her escape, but before she can execute her plan, she discovers a mysterious book…
The Freehope series is a comic I’ve been developing over several years. The story itself is largely finished, though the comic itself only has five episodes so far. I imagine it will take at least ten to fifteen to wrap up the entire story. It is a somber tale, filled with forced sex and tragedy. Not for the faint of heart! If you like dark, psychological stories with a mysticism element, this story is for