Blaise and Jassart wheel their ill-gotten gains through Sherbourg on Birds of a Feather Page 9. However, Ald smells a rat.
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The last page of the vignette is this Wednesday. This concludes Volume 2 of Snow by Night. I have several important announcements regarding the future of Snow by Night. First, after the vignette Snow by Night will be going on hiatus until Monday June 30. During that time, we will not be posting pages or almanac updates, but we will be posting design work as discussed below.
Second, my line artist Brittany Michel is leaving Snow by Night at the end of Volume 2 to pursue other artistic opportunities. I want to thank Brittany for all her contributions to Snow by Night. I’ve loved having her on the project, and she is a wonderful woman to work with. I wish her all the best in the future. She has started up her own studio at Bad Carrot Studios or you can find her on her Facebook page as well. Head over there to see some of the neat pieces she’s creating. She’s been working on her Gallifreyan for you Dr. Who fans.
This brings me to my third announcement. The new line artist for Volume 3 is incredibly talented Julie Wright. You may know her from the Chapter 6 vignette, Winter Fantasy. She is also the colorist of The Dreamer and the creator of Ianua. Julie is currently working on the character designs for Volume 3. I’ll be posting some of her design work during the hiatus. So check back in with us to see the exciting new ideas that Julie has in mind for us.
My last announcement — when we come back from hiatus, the website will be getting a new look. I’ve been talking to my web design brain trust about ways to make our webpage more interesting and engaging. They’ve got a lot of ideas that we’ll be implementing.
Thank you all for joining me on this ride so far. I’ve got lots more to share. When we return from hiatus, the story will pick up with Blaise and what happens after that fateful night at the laboratory. We’re just getting started.