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The Illustrated Chronicle of the Lady Jasmine

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Wragg

Chronicler of Crux
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This thread is dedicated to my friend Repertor.

Some of you may remember my story 'Jasmine' which, completely out of the blue, Repertor began to illustrate using computer renders.

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They were superb, but hard work for both Repertor and his computer. He needed a break, but always intended to come back to Jasmine.

Repertor has not visited this site since December 2017. No-one knows what has happened to him. I do hope that he will return, but such hope is fading.

Since then, encouraged by such august photomanipulators as Bobinder, Jollyrei, Madiosi, and Phlebas, I've learned the rudiments of the technique. I've also bought, and hugely enjoyed, Skating Jesus' stories presented in comic book format.

So, I've returned to Jasmine. You'll see the idea, to tell the story using illustrations rather than text, using some of Repertor's originals as source material.

I'll warn you now, it will take me a long time, and there may be long gaps - please be patient with me!
 
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bobinder

ARTISAN
This thread is dedicated to my friend Repertor.
So, I've returned to Jasmine. You'll see the idea, to tell the story using illustrations rather than text, using some of Repertor's originals as source material.
Thanks, Wragg - this looks excellent.

You are forging a reputation for embarking on ambitious new projects and seeing them through to successful conclusions. The graphic novel style is a bold departure from your previous illustrated stories, putting the emphasis firmly on visual story-telling, and requiring the production of a substantial quantity of images.

Already we are seeing good visual consistency throughout the first series of photo manipulations, with appropriate expressions and depth of field being exploited to build the tension right from the beginning. And it is exciting to see some familiar faces playing the leading characters, in this new interpretation of your original story.

Repertor would have enjoyed this very much, and it is a wonderful tribute to his earlier vision for 'Jasmine'. :)
 

Jollyrei

Angelus Mortis
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It's great to see the "reboot" of the Jasmine story, and I think it is a fitting salute to Repertor's work. Having been part of the conversation leading up to this, I know how much work you've put into the manips, and the effort you've made to pay tribute to Repertor's earlier illustrations of the story. That said, it's a great story - one of the strongest plots of this sort of story since "The Greek Girls", in my opinion - and I'm looking forward to seeing what kind of a fresh look you bring to it.
There, you see? I'm completely taken by the story already. :bdsm-heart::bdsm-heart::rolleyes::D
 

xso

Tribune

Wragg

Chronicler of Crux
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This is a really great and amazing improvment of one of my favorite stories! Intense, and very beautiful women! I salute the creator of this story, the great Mr W! Let's all hail him! Thanks!
I say, steady on old bean, it's only me mucking about with my computer! ;)

But many thanks to all of you for the encouragement, and let's carry on and see what happened earlier that morning, shall we?

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Apostate

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Wragg

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Our attention returns to the Court:
 

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xso

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Wonderful continuation, thanks W!
Good to see that these women got a fair and just trial, the Roman legal system works! Also good to see that the Roman judge has the right attitude towards women, and the value of their testimony! ! (I guess this happned before Me 2...... :) )
 
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