Act one, Chapter Four: 32

2nd Aug 12:00 AM, 2013 in Act One: Chapter Four
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Act one, Chapter Four: 32
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MsMegan 2nd Aug 12:31 AM, 2013 edit delete
MsMegan
I somehow decided drawing a Turkish bath would be a good idea. HA.
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cattservant 2nd Aug 12:53 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
cattservant
[Perhaps you were feeling somewhat liquid?]

Beauty's emotions are certainly fluid and rather personal at the moment...

(Obvious bad reflex puns:
1. Bathing Beauty.
2. You drew your bath and now you must bathe in it!
<2a. You drew your bath and now you must post it!>
<sorry!> )
RosesnWater 2nd Aug 2:17 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
Sploosh!!! nothing like a good face full of water to drown your thoughts ^^
Stitchlingbelle 5th Aug 2:23 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
Back from a quick vacation to say... love the bath!
sheshallnotbenameless 25th Aug 1:43 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
I like how Beauty's hair always looks different when it's down. Here it's so flat from the water. When she goes to bed, it's wavy. When she wakes up, it's positively unruly. And all without having the lines that shoujo manga (my main comic diet) utilizes.
MsMegan 26th Aug 12:34 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
MsMegan
I'm not sure if that's as style thing, or if I'm just still really inconsistent! What shoujo are you reading these days?
sheshallnotbenameless 26th Aug 9:39 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
I suppose when I was writing that last comment I was thinking of Arina Tanemura's work, but more recently I've been reading "Dengeki Daisy" (again), "Oresama Teacher", and whatever oneshots appear online. I've mostly just been following the Korean manhwa "Cheese in the Trap" outside of those, although that's more josei. :)
sheshallnotbenameless 26th Aug 10:08 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
Oh yes, and Taiyou no Ie. How could I forget that one?
dylanio21 10th Sep 2:36 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
dylanio21
Great page.
AbigailBrooks 14th Sep 11:19 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
AbigailBrooks
Alright, it's time for another reviewing spree! We'll see if I get to the newest page tonight; I am nursing a slight headache and sleepiness at the moment (sadface). Anyway, so Beauty, you sound like you're trying to convince yourself that the Beast's a monster, but you're slowly but surely starting to sympathize with him. Excellent, darling, excellent. And while I love the detail of the Turkish bath, I think you were crazy to draw it, Megan! I would've wanted to claw my eyes out by the end, since the pattern would have been seared into them. Also, leaving the door open, Beauty? Ah, if only this were an anime; so much awkward hilarity might ensue...(wistful). Anyway, next page!
nathyfaith 16th Feb 11:00 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
I really like the detail she uses here.
"I'm here, aren't I?" as she admits it was her choosing, she wanted to help her father - didn't weight the pros and cons before stepping out of her home - she fully admits maybe her feelings are messy as well, she did what she had to do and now the bath, this is a proper response, since when 'we' and I mean to generalize here tend to do other things to occupy our minds when reason tells a different tale than heart.
I loved it.