LOOK AT ALL THESE PRINTS. Look at them. And this is just portion of the page.
I’m trying to sell off some of my prints inventory and get some quick money to order in new stock. So I’m doing a huge deal on prints. You get three for the price of one (plus shipping). They come in various sizes (check the list to see what is available in what size), and there is a great assortment of designs from Lavender Legend, Emerald Winter, and some of my favorite anime and video games.
This is the first time I have had a comprehensive list of all my prints available in one spot. If you’d like to support me, please take advantage of this deal.
Hi, friends and fans of Lavender Legend.
I have been conflicted over some elements of Lavender Legend for the past few months, and I am not sure what path I should take here. Since this webcomic exists for the most part for online readers, I thought it would be best to open up the discussion to the people who have already been supporting this comic so far.
Throughout the story I have noticed a few areas where the concepts I wanted to present aren’t conveyed strongly enough, or that I’ve accidentally provided mixed information, or that I may have failed to cover important details at a time which the information was relevant to the story.
I added Lavender Legend to the comic site InkBlazers, which has a cool translation program. You can download the pages blank without dialogue here, and then re-upload them with your translated dialogue added. Right now I have the complete Ch.1 uploaded without dialogue, and if anyone does eventually translate it, then I will make the other chapters available for translation, too.
Sorry for shamelessly plugging some more of my stuff, but I did a cool pattern today inspired by Lavender Legend.
This is my first attempt at a pattern and it came out with sort of a cool criss-cross pattern from the overlaid swords that I like. I have it uploaded to Society6, and I’m still trying to get it onto Spoonflower (but there is an approval process that takes some time).