If you enjoyed the previous pages of Just Cause and can’t wait to see what happens next, you can get a sneak peek at the written version of the next two pages by pledging $1/month or more on my Patreon. :)
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If you haven’t started reading the comic yet, I recommend that you start at the very beginning - a very good place to start. :P
Sometimes, Flowey makes evil faces while telling people that killing them is an opportunity no one would pass up.
And sometimes, I draw those faces and like the way they turn out so much that I want to share them early.
This fearsome face will appear in the next page of my Undertale webcomic, Just Cause.
The first 25 panels of page 39 of Just Cause are up on Patreon! Here's one of my favorite panels:
It looks like, per standard floral protocol, Flowey is making a bad first impression.
Patrons pledging $1/month or more can see the other 24 panels on my Patreon.
How did it come to this? What was our relationship like in past timelines? Was it something I said? Something I did... or didn’t do?
The work-in-progress preview for page 38 of Just Cause is ready, and this time it’s Sans’ turn to wonder if he was the cause of Frisk’s rampage.
Patrons pledging $1 or more can see the full 30-panel work in progress here.
The 9-panel work in progress for page 37 of Just Cause is available on my Patreon! Here's one of my favorite panels:
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The 34-panel work-in-progress preview of page 36 of Just Cause is ready! Become a Patron for $1/month or more to get access.
Here's a sneak peek at a few of the panels:
The 22-panel WIP of page 35 of Just Cause is on Patreon! Per artistic standard, here’s one of the panels I particularly like.
The Patreon work-in-progress preview for the 34th page of my Undertale webcomic, Just Cause, is ready, and I've got a question for my readers.
I've been fiddling with Alphys' head shape, as viewed from the front. The way I originally drew her made it look like someone had taken bites out of her head, but when I switched to having the spikes more centered and mostly hidden behind her head, it didn't quite look right, and one of my most dedicated readers missed the visible head spikes.
I think this new design is an improvement on the previous two, and I'd love to get your feedback. Thanks in advance!
Stephanie is the author of My Fugitive and several upcoming books. She enjoys connecting with her readers and building a community of fiction fans here on this blog.