Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 72: Toreth Rek-cho Part 2

After her cousin Alexand, brought Toreth to Christmas Island to save her life, (See issue 67: Toreth Rek-cho) Toreth witnessed a projection designed by a race of Amanojuko, who apparently plan to take over the world in the near future. (This story follows issue 71: The Other Side Part 3.) (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)

Toreth’s back story, Set on Christmas Island, Australia (4003)
Toreth’s back story, Set on Christmas Island, Australia (4003)

22 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 72: Toreth Rek-cho Part 2

  1. Very good Cheryl! Can’t wait for the next one. By the way; starting a portrait soon. I should have it posted by Saturday. Have a great week!

    1. Hi Mark, glad you like! I’m looking forward to seeing the portrait, please let me know when it’s available and I’ll take a look. Thank you so much. You have a great week too.

  2. Hi Cheryl! Ha, what a great turn of events. Panak grows more interesting with every issue – love the ambiguous light this has shone on the previous parts of the story. Wonderful drawings (as usual)!

    1. Hi Richard, thank you, glad you’re enjoying it! There’s only two more issues to go in this storyline, I’m happy it’s working. I need to sleep for a billion years now to recover from the drawing marathon! I notice you’ve been on a photo marathon this new year! I’ve been keeping up with all your new shoots, which are fantastic btw!

      1. You must be worn out. Thanks very much – yes, I’m trying to cut back, ha ha. It’s difficult – like a compulsion – do you find it the same?

    2. Yes I find it as compulsive, I get depressed, anxious and twitchy when I don’t get a writing or drawing fix for a few days. I can see in your work that you’re also obsessed, but we just can’t take that break can we? 🙂 The break seems to backfire and mutate into longing. I love your work, it’s so prolific, and I can see the passion and drive behind it which gives it an edge that translates through to the viewer.

  3. Good Day Cheryl! Just wanted to let you know, I posted a new portrait drawing on my blog yesterday. The art piece can be found under “Artwork – A Portrait of My Niece”
    Have a fantastic weekend and I am very much looking forward to your next story! You really should compile these into a book series.
    Mark Alan

      1. It’s a fitting tribute to your niece, I can see how much detail and love has gone into this drawing. It must have taken you a long time to complete. I’m very impressed, considering you began it on 14th Feb!

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