comic by Tactician Jenro
It’s been about a month since my last comic! So here’s an update. It’s poorly drawn to be honest, and the idea is all over the place.
But hope I got the point across.
We’re all a part of this journey together. We may not be Steve Jobs or Gandhi, Paul or Peter, but there’s a music stirring inside of us that we just have to play out… a difference that we can make.
Comic by Tactician Jenro
Don’t lose hope. Hold on, life is still worth living. :) There’s love for you.
Comic by Tactician Jenro
The comic strips are making a comeback, featuring Kaylan and the yellow butterfly, Lightyoke. This is the first part of the comic, and the second part to arrive soon. I hope I could create a whole plot, including characters and settings, hopefully making this into a web-comic with a following. So any ideas would be appreciated.
But here’s a question:
If you were the butterfly Lightyoke, what advice would you give to the struggling Kaylan?
Your comments are most welcome!
I want to be that friend who will stick with you till the end. To be that friend who sees the beauty inside of you that no one doesn’t seem to care about. I want to be that friend who’ll stay true..we’ll have bond that’s held tight by super glue.. But I’ve been that friend who turns away.. those ones I’ve dropped, like shattering clay.. I don’t want to hurt someone again. So if ever you think I’ve failed, just know that I’m imperfect..a work-in-progress. But still, that desire to love with all that it takes.. it’s here. And you can count on that.
The lines in this comic is from the song “Bleeding Heart” that Shutter Elf and I collaborated on from a year ago. :)
It’s still one of my best experiences even after a long while.
More information on that song can be found here!
Or you can listen to the song “Bleeding Heart” here.
Maybe this is just me. How sometimes it’s better that you find someone who’ll stick with you through thick and thin – or even, be that someone who’ll be a friend. We easily give our own opinion, or sound advice to others, but there’s that time when just a simple loving friendship works more than those kinds of things.
The butterfly will keep flying. It’s that one big truth. The only truth. And the only sure thing that won’t crumble.
“There’s far more here than meets the eye. The things we see now are here today, gone tomorrow. But the things we can’t see now will last forever.” (2 Corinthians 4:18, The Message)