You also have another view to it, since these are the original digital files. Even if I don't dislike the texture the printed-then-scanned pages got!
And, yeah, it's about social-anxiety (roughly haha). I felt that point wasn't that much explained in the series, even if included in Fluttershy's character.
Speaking of the book in itself, I will have a few (like, very few : about 10) to sell at french conventions this spring. You (french consorts) will hear more about it when the time comes, but I'm sure to add some bonus to it, to make-up for the lateness compared to the US release! I'm thinking about a small postcard-picture, and a translate sheet with each book at least. Surely more!
Daily DeviationGiven 2013-02-14
Can I use your comic to traduce it on Spanish? (Please, answer Quick c
Also, a thing I would like to add: One of my favorite things about this small comic has got to be the 'butterfly's bottle'.
The bottle is clearly glass, which I LOVE!!! If we go into a deeper meaning stage and look at it from 'the butterfly's' point of view, the glass bottle is her little bubble of privacy. It is filled with everything that she is used to and comfortable with, and she doesn't intend on breaking the bottle. Since the bottle is made out of glass, she can clearly see the outisde world, but chooses to quietly observe and stay with her content system instead of actually experiance what she sees as scary chaos. Since the butterfly is not willing to break the glass and expose herself to what is outside, it takes some one else to charge in and take her a bit outside of her comfort zone.
When we also drag in the fact that 'the butterfly' forgot how to fly, it strengthens the purity and emotion that this masterpiece gives the person viewing the art. The more that the 'lively bugs' push the butterfly out of her comfort zone, the more she remembers about 'how to fly'. In other words, the more that her friends push Fluttershy out of her comfort zone, the more she experiances the wonders of a more outgoing life, even if the process is slow.
And finally, Fluttershy understands how amazing life can be outside of the comfort of her 'glass bottle', although she still isn't extremely outgoing yet. She welcomes the company of her friends, knowing that day after day, they will continue to show her more and more of how beautiful the world is, even when she isn't in the safety of her bottle.
I think I just accidentally gave a brief analysis of this comic.
I dunno, I sometimes state the EXTREMELY obvious when analyzing something.
Anyway, I WUB IT
Also your art style here is very interesting!
little star button is covered in ads.
So cute! I can totally relate