e926 2018 abs ambiguous_gender anthro armor athletic barefoot basitin blindfold blush bodypaint bottomless breasts canine cape chest_tuft clothed clothing confusion dialogue digitigrade embarrassed english_text featureless_breasts female foot_wraps group hand_on_hip hi_res humor keidran king_adelaide larger_female loincloth mammal markings midriff monochrome natani partially_clothed pauldron simple_background size_difference sketch skimpy smaller_ambiguous smile tail_boner text tom_fischbach topless tuft twokinds webcomic white_background wolf wraps
 

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Western Attire 2

Natani and Adelaide are outfitted in casual Western garb by a trio of the king's squires.

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Can't have it both ways, Nat :3

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Omg! Lovely!

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Tom's gonna get real familiar with drawing W. Basitin stuff. Seems to be pretty popular rn.

Couldn't tell you why.

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CharlieBright said:
Tom's gonna get real familiar with drawing W. Basitin stuff. Seems to be pretty popular rn.

Couldn't tell you why.

It's like with the Tiger Basitin and Daniel XD

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pitioti said:
It's like with the Tiger Basitin and Daniel XD

Tiger Basitin? XD
I hope you mean Keidran!

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Its kind of sad that most of the world building is bening done outside the comic itself.

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hellishwerewolf said:
Its kind of sad that most of the world building is bening done outside the comic itself.

Not really. I mean, the Western Basitins didn't appear in the sketches until they first made an appearance in the comic. Ditto for almost everything related to the canon in the sketches.

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Natani you're a male, males west basitins don’t wear tops.

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SomeInternetGuy said:
Tiger Basitin? XD
I hope you mean Keidran!

Lapsus QAQ

CharlieBright said:
Tom's gonna get real familiar with drawing W. Basitin stuff. Seems to be pretty popular rn.

Couldn't tell you why.

Because every new character he introduces, even backfills like daniels and therie, are infinitely better in design than any of the originals?

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Marcus_Furelius said:
Because every new character he introduces, even backfills like daniels and therie, are infinitely better in design than any of the originals?

They're just popular because they're new, most of the interesting scenarios with the main cast have already been exploited.

hellishwerewolf said:
Its kind of sad that most of the world building is being done outside the comic itself.

So I take you don't actually read the comic? Because this literally couldn't be more the exact opposite of reality. Unless you consider "male Western Basitins don't wear tops" a particularly important bit of lore. The body painting we saw literally on the last page. And within the last dozen pages alone we learned about the current state of the Templar Order, the magic gateways, a bunch of draconic lore including family lines, reproduction capabilities with humans, and that there's only one dragon who has any real authority over the others. There's some world building in his sketches, but it's almost nothing compared to what's actually shown in the comic itself.

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The Basitin painting Natani is wallowing in such blissful ignorance. :D

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Not_that_person said:
They're just popular because they're new, most of the interesting scenarios with the main cast have already been exploited.

The main cast outside of keith+nat are cardboard cutouts character-wise
they were literally written by an angsty teenage tom who didn't know anything but shounen anime/manga tropes and they still suffer for it, you can't write them out of that without completely changing who they are as characters
all of the new characters have infinitely more depth because when he grew out of that phase he learned the tiniest bit about character development and was able to write somewhat interesting characters
Look at any of the characters introduced from the basitin arc onward and you'll see what I mean.

Ricu_Risotto said:
The main cast outside of keith+nat are cardboard cutouts character-wise
they were literally written by an angsty teenage tom who didn't know anything but shounen anime/manga tropes and they still suffer for it, you can't write them out of that without completely changing who they are as characters
all of the new characters have infinitely more depth because when he grew out of that phase he learned the tiniest bit about character development and was able to write somewhat interesting characters
Look at any of the characters introduced from the basitin arc onward and you'll see what I mean.

It's hard to say you are false, but I found that Tom tend to make a good job to fix his early character. It's just there are a lot of work on it !
But yeah, from the Basitin Arc, Tom grew and got a lot of maturity, I think that Twokinds really begin to become a good webcomics from this part !

And I must confess that I'm more intrested in the Keith-Natani realtionship than in the Trace-Flora, without saying bad thing on this two. I like both of this ship... But damn !

Am I the only one who sees Natani having only one full arm while the other one seems to have not a full arm really? Maybe im just seeing things so let me know xD