Chapter: White Rock Page: Ch 1.21



Ch 1.21

Chapter: White Rock Page: Ch 1.21

February 5, 2017
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February 6, 2017 I don't know why but I ship these two.
March 27, 2019 Incredible dialogue here for the date. Very fun interaction that's making me like Franklin and this girl a lot. And it's also giving us important information simultaneously. Superb.
June 23, 2019 Wait, panel 5 - is that how Franklin sees faces? It caight my attention because here's another comic about someone who can't tell faces apart.
May 21, 2021 What's the other one?
May 22, 2021 Oh, you seem to be a guest. Well, then I cannot send you a PM. So... the other one is "Happenstance". At least the (only) other one I know.

And (I just checked): Prosopagnosia is explained within the comic.
October 3, 2020 This is a brilliant page. I love the conversation, all the little detail that shows Franklin's nervousness, the panel that shows his prosopagonsia. Love it.
October 3, 2020 Thank you :) I'm glad that comes across.
May 21, 2021 I came here from "Bicycle Boy," not only because that artist said your comic was good but also because they mentioned faceblindness. I have prosopagnosia, and I imagine there might be different types & degrees of it, but for me it isn't like this at all. He'd see all the details of the faces, her freckles & so on, but when he remembered the scene the faces would be more like what you've drawn here. Can't wait to see where this goes.
May 21, 2021 Oh yeah, I know it would be different. I am actually remastering this chapter to add her freckles, as well as other changes. Forgive a excited artist working on their first comic ;) this was from 2015, so I’ve had time to work out the details a bit more since then! Thanks for commenting tho! I have a few readers w proso and always glad to hear from them :D
May 22, 2021 I don't really have it, except ONCE I couldn't recognize a classmate, someone I had seen all day for a few years. He was just in front of me, on a motorcycle. He wore a helmet, I could only see a frontal view of his face, not his hair, not the ears or the shape of his head - and it threw me off completely. No one I knew seemed to fit to that face. Next day he told me that I made a strange face while he was talking to me. Well, I had no idea who was talking to me. XD

That seems to fit to what you describe.

But since this involves memory, I would have no idea about how to depict this condition.

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