It's a fantasty stroy. I'm almost at 20 pages now, but as the story picks up so does my inerest in drawing.
Four people stumble into each other in a forest. Sari is a young girl who is a high ranking theif in the Thieves Guild (though it's a mystery why she's so important in the guild, as she's a complete klutz and totally useless), Aleidar is an outcast elf who, like Sari, is searching for "The Guiding Hand", supposedly some anceint relic that guides the one who holds it to all ancient relics. Both hope to prove themselves worthy to their comrades. And there there is Anara and Kai. Anara is a full fledged wizard with a strange past triaining eight year old Kai to be a wizard, at the moment they are travelling the continent to finish his three tasks to gain his offical apprenticeship before they can return to the wizard city to take his test.
All right. I guess I'll spoil a bit of the plot here.
In page 2 (I know I need to redraw that one) you can see a tattoo on Sari's back. That's important because according to law, only elves and wizards can have tattoos since they hold magical power and are status symbols. Why, then, does an orphen girl from the South have such a large tattoo, and what does it do? Hmm...
And this Guiding Hand thing, Aliedar uses a brooch he stole from the elves to track it to Anara's possesion. But how could she carry it, being a wizard under the watchful eye of the twisted Wizard Queen? Hmm...
And who is this mysterious (and quite good looking) guy that is following Sari, anyways?
Read on and discover how Kai, a Northern Price and Sari, a Southern commoner learn to get past the feud of their countries, how Aleidar comes to believe that the elves' biggiotry towards humans is unfounded, and how Anara will manage to use this rag-tag team of adventurers to expose the lies and amazing plots of the wizard council to bring destruction down on the land for a second time!
Do I sound like a commerical? Ha, oh well.