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Chapter 28: Page 8

October 13th, 2016, 12:14 pm

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

WELP here's a page. Tablet is still acting up so digital art has been slow going. Waiting for Wacom to come up with a solution.

Question of the Update: What do you consider your "hometown"? Is it the first place you lived? The current place? Are they the same? Is it a city or an actual town or do you live out in the boonies like me? Do you have any attachment to it or don't you really care?

And You Say...

Flame Shadow says,

Answer of the Update: I was born in one city, moved to another one halfway through childhood, then moved back for high school and university. But the city that I spent my memorable childhood in has a certain level of attachment in the "childhood nostalgia" sense, while my city of origin has a more mature level of attachment.

Ironically, I never really wanted to live in either place, and as soon as I graduated and found a job, I moved. The two cities house my childhood but not my loyalty, haha.

Then again, "home" for me is the current place I lay my head and feel safe. So the term "hometown" feels odd to connect with.

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

Hometown, hometown, hometown. Hmmm nope no attachment to where I lived for the first 14 years of my life, no idea why either. Although neither there nor where I live now feels like home can't really move away and don't know where I would move to either so no place like home is bit literal for me.

Comments, anyone?