Alright, so just to confirm, there are three people talking right? Yellow, red, and orange text?
I only ask because it took me a while to notice the difference between the red and orange text. Though that might just be my monitor brightness.
Yes. Also, don’t worry. I have difficulties reading it (and horribly dark pages) too across multiple viewing devices unless I set an older TN LCD display or a CRT display to max brightness (minumum), which definitely is a suboptimal situation, but it’s definitely three colors.
It’s not a huge deal though, unless tons of people actually have problems making it out and actually mention it.
For people who can’t seem to differentiate between the speakers in the current dialogue, here’s my personal copies of these last two pages.
These are edited by yours truly so they also have some personal edits in them in the dialogue and panels for clarity in general. Don’t panic if they’re different. They’re supposed to be. These are usually exclusively kept for personal use.
I hope this helps though for people who don’t feel like adjusting their monitors.
If you want to know what the edits actually are, here’s a list.
– Few dialogue edits for flow, sometimes clarity. This is PERSONAL PREFERENCE. Refer to the actual pages for Original Dialogue.
– Dialogue font change
– Some panels have speed lines
– Added sound effects in some places
– Lowered the contrast, upped the brightness, upped saturation to make darker portions more visible (pretty much what I do with ALL of Suppression’s pages in my personal archive. So if I post an edited page, expect this to be a thing. I can’t be assed to adjust my monitor since it’s color accurate and it’s a pain to adjust it with a color calibration gun EVERY TIME I want to read Suppression.)
And all the edits are really a thing just because I can. No particular reason. Hope it helps.
Shoot. Wrong link. This is the right one. Promise.
Hey, thanks for the link! The edits look pretty awesome; the speed lines especially give the panels a bigger impact.
Kinda makes me think of Lissandra’s Ice versus say, Anivia’s ice from League of Legends…
Lissandra’s ice kinda is more used as physical impactive ice, like she’s making pycrite ice (a type of ice that’s very very strong) and smashing her foes with it, as opposed to Anivia, who does the more conventional ‘freeze em to death’ thing…
Siggy’s got the Lissandra thing going, what with using his ice to form strong weapons that he then manipulates, Victor…Seems more fond of outright freezing things and letting the cold do the trick, especially when you recall that Bael was only stealing Victor’s knowledge of magic earlier.
Eh… I’d say that’s a fair comparison. On the other hand, I think between me and Deg, I’m the only one that understands what you’re talking about since since I actually play League of Legends.
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