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I'm an actor looking to entertain. While the product itself may not be hilarious, the journey to get it certainly is.
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First, I apologize for such a delay in addressing myself, but hurricanes and floods have kept me away for the most part of 3 weeks, and even now my home is offline. My sibling is exceedingly gracious enough to let me use her machine, Net connection, and home so that I may have some contact. Shame I missed the day precise, because that's more effective. Ah well.
I had this big monologue prepared, too. SO. Voilà:
Greetings, one, few, many, all. I am Kaezrer, probably more-often referred to as "Kaez." While the pronunciation of my name has probably some of you stumped and jotting on paper how it could possibly be spoken aloud, more than likely you're here to see what the writer of "Water Talk" is all about.
Fairly barren, isn't it? A small glimmer regarding Louisiana's ever-present moisture-comprised heat but nothing truly relevent. I'm not disappointed, but I just don't know what to reflect here that I have no qualms within reflecting.
If you haven't noticed my peculiar way of expressing myself with type, it doesn't seem to fit with conventional expressions, or at least that's how I, who has to watch myself, sees it. That in itself is entertaining to me, simply in that it is truly different and attentive-grabbing to myself. Yes, I have ego, of course, but I'm more interested in my audience than I am me. The audience, in giving its unbeknownst kudos to the performer, is entertaining in its own right.
Heh, 'course, I'm not watching you as you're reading. Not that you aren't fun like that, I just can't sit around while you sit in front of the monitor display reading ever so quietly or silently or loudly; I have to move forward and hope that I might see you along the way.
Now that my proper introduction has been carved, let me elaborate a bit on why, all of a sudden, amongst the dozens of Internet comics that I read, that I would take means to provide this one with fan-inspired content. Well, for one, he asked the fanbase as a whole. Unknowns like myself aren't on lists, simply because. It takes opportunities as this, where plumage can truly glisten, is the chance that one might make it on an entertainers' list. At the very least I'd like to have been made aware that someone, some group, or possibly a city-size, was entertained and, daresay, moved by the fruit of the partnership Garkudion and Kaezrer.
To see the feathers shine, while I wrote and rough-skecthed panels and layouts, Garkudion actually made the comics readable. It's not speculation, she actually made them better and far easier to read, which was the primary. No sense in having a good book if you can't follow it because the author (un)intentionally provided too many directions and nothing concrete that says: "Story this way." That's why I refered to this rapport Garkudion and I had "a partnership": it wasn't just a writer commissioning an artist to breathe life onto paper, the artist significantly improved the product, as a work of art, in a way that on my own could not have come close.
If there's any negative aspect of this partnership, it might be that we now have fanbases much larger than us. I've always quivered at the aspect of having a following; not only does it allow approaches to entertain, but it empowers me with a sense that I can speak to my entertainers at eye-level for having a creation be widely viewed and liked by many an audience, just as they have done. It makes me feel awkward, relaying such feelings; however, when I usually feel as such my body language gets the message across even if you can't see it. So, summary: it's a daunting aspect. Then again, I'm sure it's the same with every Adrin (http://egoraptor.net), Josh (http://girlyyy.com), and Randy (http://somethingpositive.net/). Maybe a circumstance will emerge and I can ask them in person(s).
To avoid further-prolonged monologues of self-respected valor and eyesight, it's efficient enough to say that "The Dreamland Chronicles" has given me probably a thing I value more than respect unto or from others, and that would be a feeling I can only describe as "soul-warming." When I first started reading "The Dreamland Chronicles," it was equivalent to having fun with my childhood again, that my exaggerative dreams could be more than they were, which has led us to meet as thus. If I had not been entertained as I was in my dreams, then I may not have had developed the love of entertaining, which I open my hand and spread to you.
Special thanks to Garkudion for tremendously aiding in the making of a dynamite mini-series, my former-coworkers Wesley, for explaining to me about water purification, and Joshua, for inspiring me to look up information about it!